Friday, February 03, 2017

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Post 1440. Friday February 3

Six Sentence Stories

‘One for me, one for you, one for me, one for you, two for me, one for you....’

'Hey' shouted Harry, ‘you gave yourself two’

‘I didn’t have to share them at all’ said Tommy, ‘after all, I used my skill to win them and I think I’m being very generous’

‘Yes, but I loaned you some of my pocket money to buy the ticket, and anyway, it was just a lucky dip'

‘OK, I’ll start again’ said Tommy with a sigh, ‘put them back in the pile’

‘One for me, one for you, one for me, one for you, two for me, one for you....’


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18 comments:

  1. Oh, those fingered lollies (candy and/or sweets) from another era where immunity from minor illnesses was built! It was only right the sharer got any extra ones at the end.

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    1. Give me a gob stopper any day! Those were the days my friend. Bet I can eat more pink shrimps than you!

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  2. Typical exchange between two brothers or best friends. Had to smile at the negotiations, I think Harry'd better keep a close eye on Tommy! This was a fun read. :-)

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    1. Exactly so! They may have their own business one day.

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  3. Wonderful memories of childhood in the days when things were usually worked out without the intervention of parents, teachers, or government intervention.

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    1. Indeed! Simple times indeed. Cheers JJ

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  4. Hi Keith - you may have all of those ... I'll share some aniseed balls ... gob stoppers for a while, then back to aniseed! Cheers Hilary

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  5. Kids, they're as bad as adults sometimes!

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  6. Maybe they need to take a page from another of today's stories, one divides the piles, the other picks!

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