Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 151

15 Minute Tweet TalesHope everyone is doing well as you gear up for the holidays! I’m definitely in catch-up mode, so just a quick post for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales today:
 
12/10 - A whiff of citrus and she bursts into tears on 20th anniversary of Mom's death. Her pomander had made her a lovely walking orange grove.
 
12/11 - His brother and friends treat him like crap, so he smiles as they disport themselves in hot tub. He's been using it as a toilet for weeks.
 
12/12 - Interspersed through Jeopardy episodes, Alex instructed him to do bad things. When he couldn't resist, he used the gun on self instead.
 
12/13 - In most families, her brother's mimesis would lead to a fight, but in hers it's a celebration. The only words he's able to say are hers.
 
12/14 - He attends company's Holiday party to schmooze, but after too many eggnogs, ends up dancing in only a Santa hat. Promotion seems doubtful.
 
12/15 - Boy lists reasons his teacher's the best person ever. Mom finally snaps, "Are you writing her hagiography? "He adds 'not jealous' to list.
 
12/16 - He hopes to at least make friends with the nerds at new school, but they called him quadrate head: basically block head like all the rest.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Comments

Gerhi Feuren's picture

I denied Aunt Em's sweet tooth but the quadrate coffin raised during internment confirmed the coroner’s verdict; death by chocolate. #15tt

Medeia Sharif's picture

I like the word hagiography.

Some of these characters have been naughty.

Lexa Cain's picture

Loved these!! Especially 11, 12 (such a creepy one), and 14. Awesome! :)

Jocelyn Rish's picture

Death by chocolate is the way I want to go in the end!

Thanks, y'all, for stopping by!

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