Monday, October 4, 2010

Microfiction Monday



Over at her blog, Susan hosts Microfiction Monday - a challenge to post stories in 140 characters or less, inspired by a weekly picture. Today's picture was so pretty that I had to have a go.

'This is my palace,' she said. 'I hope you aren't threatened by my obvious wealth.'

21 comments:

  1. Oh wow!! Talk about understatement!! I wish the couple a long and fruitful life! Take care
    x

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  2. Thanks Kitty - I only hope he's a modern man!

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  3. And he replied, "oh, not at all. It makes you even more attractive!"

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  4. Nah, he'll be rubbing his hands with glee! LOL

    Great take on the picture. :)

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  5. Of course! It had to be hers, not his. Congratulations on going for the less obvious take on the picture.

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  6. That is cute, love the sentence! It makes me want to read more. Too bad there isn't more :(

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  7. I'm just wondering if maybe he owns more than she does and she is just trying to impress.

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  8. Oh, I don't think she has a thing to worry about! Fun take on the pic of the day! Enjoy your week!

    Sylvia

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  9. Oh dear. I am thinking he's a gold-digger and that isn't the problem at all! Flying horses aren't cheap to maintain, you know!

    Welcome to Punny Monday! I hope your relationship with us is long and full of fun!

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  10. I'm pretty sure that sultan isn't threatened at all. He's been looking for a rich widow all his life. Little does he know...he's about to become a househusband.

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  11. That's a strong woman! Very nice.

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  12. Depends....is the horse his or hers? ;)

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  13. She should have a pre-nup ready. wink*

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  14. Thanks for all the comments guys, glad you liked my take on it!

    I think Microfiction Monday may be my new favourite thing. And started by an Irish blogger too. . .

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  15. LOLOL I loved this!!! I also loved all the comments that happened after it! This was too fun Ellen! Thanks for sharing your thoughts, they were super cute!

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  16. Thanks Jen :) I must say I've grown fond of Microfiction Monday!

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  17. Now that's a great turn up for the books. LOL! I love your alternative take on the picture :O)

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  18. Now if only her father owned a liquor store...

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