Hemingway once wrote a story in just six words:"For sale: baby shoes, never worn.". Here are some other gems:
I came. I saw. I blundered
- Scott Ferrard
After Harvard, had baby with crackhead.
- Robin Templeton
Longed for him. Got him. Shit.
- Margaret Atwood
We kissed. She melted. Mop please!
- James Patrick Kelly
- Stephen R. DonaldsonThought I was right. I wasn't.
- Graeme GibsonAnd here are others from the local area
- "Quarter century. This can't be it."
-- "Progress slow with foot in mouth."-- "Never thought I'd love this much."
-- "I make a living questioning authority."
-- "Oops! I forgot to have children."
-- "Oops! I had children. I forgot."-- "Too much planning, not enough execution."
-- "Aimed for stars, only reached treetops."-- "The last of too many children."
-- "I never learned from last time."
-- "Had my fun, then got married."
I think that my six word life story might be:
"Loved, lost, gave up, then found"In the spirit of brevity, How about sharing yours?