Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 41

15 Minute Tweet TalesI seem to be in a doggie state of mind lately. Last week I wrote a tweet tale starring a dog, and this week two of the tales featured canine companions. I’m such a sucker for those four-legged cuties. And now for the 15 Minute Tweet Tales for the week: 

10/17 - He suffers the side effects of steroids not to win medals, but for the Antaean boost needed to protect his family from local thugs.
 
10/18 - Too scared to stop what's happening to the helpless drunk girl, the pledge edges out the door to dissociate himself from his brothers.
 
10/19 - She can't believe the fire-sale price on the antique ring. She understands when she gets home & it starts whispering to her. Too late. 
 
10/20 - The judge was a scrupulous advocate for the law, but when the law led to injustice, she haunted dark streets with her favorite gun.
 
10/21 - Parents forgot to leave pizza $. Babysitter panics. Then sorts through leftovers & creates a culinary bricolage. Kids feed it to dog.
 
10/22 - As u chasten the dog for chewing your shoes, she gives pitiful "I'm sorry" eyes (while plotting to revenge poop in the replacements).
 
10/23 - Though built of pillows, in our memories the fort was impregnable since it shielded us as Mom did what was necessary to pay the bills.
 
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?

Comments

Lexa Cain's picture

I loved the 10/22 one because "revenge poop" made me laugh. (Yes, I'm one of those incorrigible people who laughs at fart jokes, too!) :-D

Jocelyn Rish's picture

Yep, potty humor always makes me giggle, too!

Medeia Sharif's picture

These are fantastic. I know about the revenge poop.

Michelle's picture

Revenge poop? *chuckles*
Now I've heard it all!!
Hope you well, Jocelyn. * waving*

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