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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Three Word Wednesday CLXXXV

Written for and posted to 3WW
The words this week are:
Brash, Lubricate, and Saint.

Here's Mine:
In the NaiSaiKu style
Blue's bait train crash
might be an anagram of
BRASH LUBRICATE SAINT
which is an anagram of
Al nets Rabbi's haircut
14042+10/1
And here's a little story
using the three words 
and some of the anagrams: 

LAST THOUGHT
It was the first time the brash Al had borrowed the Rabbi's hand built bike. The seat needed adjusting and one brake block was missing. But big Al was in a rush to get his hair cut. Shirley had promised to lubricate the chain later. 'What a saint' thought Al, just before the fatal crash.

And as submitted to The American Sandwich game.. 

LAST THOUGHT 2
The Rabbi's bike was in need of repair, when the brash big Al rode it.
Shirley promised to lubricate the chain after Al had his haircut.
'What a saint' thought Al, skidding to a halt, just before the fatal crash.
14042+10/2

You can read all my NaPoWriMo entries on my SweetTalkingGuy blog!

31 comments:

  1. Quite a chain of events in the story. I like it.

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  2. Thanks Tony, sorry I've not been around so much lately, I've had less time and more things to do.

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  3. Very nicely done on all counts. Really liked the story.

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  4. Thanks Thom, I tried to give you something extra this week!

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  5. LOL. Loved the very short story along with the poem. Brash people always bring a smile to my face!

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  6. It fits somehow---the guy too brash to wait on or care about the details that serve to derail him.

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  7. Great bike - you went to town on it today!

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  8. Haste makes waste. I guess brash makes crash. That was a fun read!

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  9. he had his hair cut after all, unfortunate he wasn't around to see the effect.. good chain of events!

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  10. breathtaking Naisaiku...in a way, because of the turn of events!

    nice, nice Andy!

    Mine, now up, too!

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  11. The little story was nicely done, but fatal accident? And I thought I wrote cynical stuff!

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  12. a fatal crash AND the rabbi's handbuilt bike is gone?? great little story and poem :)

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  13. Wowie! Great job with the words, in both the story and the poem. :)

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  14. humor covers everything... enjoyed the format this week and the how you used the 3ww words...i had to laugh with brash al, the rabbi and his bike... thanks for stoppin by my blogg and the best to you too with napowrimo... it's stretchin the limits of my mind...

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  15. Excellent Job Andy!!
    Thank you for this fine contribution.
    I hope you found this fun and challenging.
    Thanks for visiting, thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

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  16. Good idea... Next time I need a haircut, I'll borrow the monk's bike. Hope I make it...

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  17. wow. talk about a collision waiting to happen...lol. note to self check before borrowing bike. nice 55.

    my 55 is up!

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  18. Oh dear...
    WONDERFUL 55 though!
    Mine is here

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  19. Just like Big Al, I was awe struck...

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  20. Excellent...a picture you painted in such a vivid 55.

    Loved your 55.

    Sunrise in the City ---as always, scroll down below my Show n Tell. Hope you're having a terrific Friday!!!

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  21. That's we we invented the car! Late for me, this week, what with work demanding I do what I'm paid to do. I mean, what a cheek. My 55 story here

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  22. Who needs all their brake pads? Stopping is overrated. My 55 iss HERE .

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  23. The bike is all or nothing -in this case...
    The poem and story - everything

    thanks for the 55 enjoyment

    cheers
    Moondustwriter

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  24. very clever, you have such a way with words!! i have never been able to do a haiku, let alone understand it, you have a great gift of words here great 55

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  25. Very clever. You have a real way with wordplay.

    My 55 is up here.

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  26. wow who would have thought it would end that way.. great

    I know it is late but my 55 is up

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  27. The last made me laugh out loud. All were good

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  28. My favorite version is Last Thought 2. So twisty in just a short time.

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  29. vivid in all prompts :)

    wonderful and dif

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