six word story no. 180

Goose and gander didn’t share sauce.

Julia Child
Please credit Paul Child, courtesy of Alfred A. Knopf

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six word story no. 179

There would be no more do-overs.

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six word story no. 178

The poseur sprang a gassy leak.

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six word story no. 177

Madness with a jolt of irony.

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six word story no. 176

In reality, bats ran the belfry.

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six word story no. 175

 

The electeds sent messengers ahead with cake.

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six word story no. 174

They realized the narrator was unreliable.

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