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Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 74
June 18, 2013
15 Minute Tweet TalesLike the last two weeks, a theme accidentally and then on purpose emerged: teachers behaving badly. I also noticed that the word ‘cloud’ popped up twice. I tried to work ‘cloud’ in again for today’s tale, but the efforts were quite pitiful, so I stopped trying to force it. Here are this week’s 15 Minute Tweet Tales for your perusal.
 
6/12 – As procellous clouds roll in, the tension inside increases. BOOM! Neighbors think it's thunder, but it's the last time he ever hits her.
 
6/13 – Critics slammed his macaronic poetry, but to her it symbolized their bond: 2 people who couldn't understand each other but loved anyway.
 
6/14 – Her procacity intrigued the professor – most students didn't care enough to challenge him – but he failed her to reassert his authority.
 
6/15 – A mephitic cloud moved across the classroom and giggles quickly followed. The kids blamed Stinky Stan. Miss Jones didn't correct them.
 
6/16 – She explains secant lines, but the geometry students play on their phones. She pulls hers out, too. They don't notice and she doesn't care.
 
6/17 – We all previse disaster when Juliet Hatfield and Romeo McCoy fall in love, but they won't listen. The end is bathed in tears and blood.
 
6/18 – Her scoptic acceptance speech was deemed brilliant by many, but despite amazing performances, the Academy ensured she never won again. #15tt
 
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?
15 Minute Tweet TalesLike the last two weeks, a theme accidentally and then on purpose emerged: teachers behaving badly. I also noticed that the word ‘cloud’ popped up twice. I tried to work ‘cloud’ in again for today’s tale, but the efforts were quite pitiful, so I stopped trying to force it. Here are this week’s 15 Minute Tweet Tales for your perusal.
 
6/12 – As procellous clouds roll in, the tension inside increases. BOOM! Neighbors think it's thunder, but it's the last time he ever hits her.
 
6/13 – Critics slammed his macaronic poetry, but to her it symbolized their bond: 2 people who couldn't understand each other but loved anyway.
 
6/14 – Her procacity intrigued the professor – most students didn't care enough to challenge him – but he failed her to reassert his authority.
 
6/15 – A mephitic cloud moved across the classroom and giggles quickly followed. The kids blamed Stinky Stan. Miss Jones didn't correct them.
 
6/16 – She explains secant lines, but the geometry students play on their phones. She pulls hers out, too. They don't notice and she doesn't care.
 
6/17 – We all previse disaster when Juliet Hatfield and Romeo McCoy fall in love, but they won't listen. The end is bathed in tears and blood.
 
6/18 – Her scoptic acceptance speech was deemed brilliant by many, but despite amazing performances, the Academy ensured she never won again. #15tt
 
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?

Jocelyn Rish

Jocelyn Rish is a writer and filmmaker who never imagined her cheeky sense of humor would lead to a book about animal butts. When she's not researching fanny facts, she tutors kids to help them discover the magic of reading. Jocelyn has won numerous awards for her short stories, screenplays, short films, and novels and lives in South Carolina with her booty-ful dogs.