Weekly Six XXXIV – Six Word Stories

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SIX WORDS. Not much to work with but then again there are over 170,000 words in the English language: which throws up a number of permutations I have zero inclination to work out. If I start coming up with the exact same ones I’ve used then I’ll start worrying… Enjoy the latest batch:

Space taxi arrived. ‘£1,479,386,459 please.’ Coronary.

Sandpaper factory: Killer dies! – rough justice.

1940: Beach covered in shells. Dunkirk.

Know a Dave Fitzpatrick? Visit: usedtombstones.com

‘Look after it!!!’ Literal loan shark.

One week. Five women. Six STIs.

‘Looook! Rubber ducks!’ Real ducks extinct.

Brain surgeon won Jenga Championships. Again…

Label: Size 10 Vietnam, Please Help.

 

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Six XXXIV – Six Word Stories

  1. Some crackers in there this week. Space taxi and the rough justice were my picks in terms of comedy value but the Dunkirk one was very powerful. Fine work as ever.

    1. Appreciate the kind words and insight. Always a pleasure Nik.

  2. You nailed it with the rubber ducks. Also liked the 6 STIs

    1. Thanks.
      Appreciate the picks :thumbsup:

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