Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Until I feel like sharing again...

...I'll bring you more sources of Six-Word Short Stories! (the writing sensation that's sweeping the nation, y0...)

After he was reminded of Wired magazine's "six-word short stories" collection, Portland's Mike Russell was kind enough to link me to two of his experiences with 6wss*'s:

Here's his guest comic for Scary Go Round. (greyaenigma dug this out also.)

And here's the collection he gathered of Six-Word Firefly/Serenity stories.

(Edited to Add: Hot damn! Here's Russell's "Revenge of the Sith six-word stories"! Scroll down to see 'em...)

* "6wss": Should that be pronounced "Six-wuh-suhs"?

And here are more of my Six-wuh-suhs:

Ninja librarians rule the world now.

The pasta screamed its death throes.

Live in the ocean! It's moisturizing!

Woodchuck chucked wood: film at Eleven.

(With copious apologies to Harlan Ellison:) No mouth. Must scream. This sucks.

(Direct quote from Stephen King:) "Rocks explode. Jane transmits. Mountains float." (Hey, come to think of it, change Jane to Jean and that could be an X-Men plot!)

Tragically, she taunted Happy Fun Ball.

(This is fun. Here's some more:)

Hulk? Better. just needed a massage.

The chocolate's secret was never foretold.

I let my feet dance alone.

Walking buildings really complicated my commute.

The Can-can can can. So: unemployed. (Editor's note: I'm assuming "can-can" counts as one.)

"This is how the world enBANG!"

Dark Star: Never let bombs think.

And Bucky Katt ruled with honor????!!

Cloud real estate: It's breezy living.

"Mister Sandman?" "Yesssssss?" "Bring me beer."
Tags: books, language

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