Weekly Six XLV – Six Word Stories

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I stare into the abyss of reading Down To Earth yet again, and fail to read it, yet again. Never mind, there’s always six word stories. The logo needed a freshen up, and I’ll be adding a slightly modified one each week, not really important, but the usual  one was getting boring. On to the main course, enjoy:

The bends, diving into her eyes.

Park covered in petals: remembering Summer.

Looked to stars. Found only emptiness.

She was pregnant. He was gone.

Robot dating scene. Rampant hedonistic programming.

Electric chair. Wrongful conviction. Hauntings imminent.

 

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11 thoughts on “Weekly Six XLV – Six Word Stories

  1. Several good ones here/ Can’t pick a fave.

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  2. Robot dating scene. Rampant hedonistic programming.

    HA. love this one. The pregnant one is a close second, mostly because it reminds me of this other popular six word story. One about the smallest coffin being the heaviest. Both hit me equally as hard. Ah but the robot one is something else entirely, stellar job!

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    1. Thanks.
      Robots getting it on seems inevitable lol

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      1. Eh, they have my unsolicited blessing. No worries!

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      2. Haha
        Like they’ll ask humans for permission once they’ve turned skynet into reality lol

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      3. God speed, meteorite
        Is all im going to say to that

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  3. Nice! The electric chair story is my favorite of these

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  4. A particularly fine selection, especially the last one.

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    1. Thank you Chris.
      Sorry ive not visted in awhile, will rectify that later!

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