Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 191

The new TV season started yesterday, which is always a bad time for my writing productivity. For years I’ve had this “rule” that I have to give every show a chance by watching at least one episode because you never know what might turn out better than a terrible sounding premise. 
Jane the Virgin is a great example of this from last year – I thought it sounded pretty bad, but it was one of my favorite shows from fall 2014. 
Whereas last night I watched Minority Report, which was the fall 2015 show I was most excited about, but I thought it was pretty much a dud. I might give it one more chance, since I still like the premise, but the execution left much to be desired. 
Sadly, after reading the descriptions of this year’s new fall shows, the thought of sampling all of them sounds pretty tedious. The lack of originality in the new offerings demonstrates why so many people are turning to Netflix. Actually, I’m not sure if I’ll bother watching them all, and if I do, it will be out of habit rather than interest. Blerg.
Hopefully my 15 Minute Tweet Tales are more entertaining than the new shows:
9/16 - They had an entente cordiale and were fine with each meeting their needs elsewhere, but when he turned to her sister, the battle began.
9/17 - She'd heard the Grand Canyon was mirabile visu but put off seeing it. Cancer diagnosis. A race to the end. Will she get there in time?
9/18 - Shouting drew my attention. The burly man's noli-me-tangere glare turned my heart to ice. Her "help me" look compelled me to interfere.
9/19 - She tells dad she can't wear prêt-à-porter outfit the 1st day of school. He doesn't understand. Literally. When did his kid get so fancy?
15 Minute Tweet Tales9/20 - Grin wide,girl skips with ice cream she saved to buy. It splats on sidewalk. Old woman passing says, "Sic vita est, dearie, get used to it."
9/21 - When his wife stepped out in sexy lingerie, he growled, "Vive la différence," ignoring that his man boobs were almost as big as hers.
9/22 - Cruel experiment to become someone's weltgeist, his the only face she sees since birth. Stash of books hidden in floorboards saves her.
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?