Temporarily Tweet Tales Sunday Week 64

15 Minute Tweet TalesEven though we get Sundays off for good behavior during the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, I’m taking the same approach as last year with my 15 Minute Tweet Tales. Instead of posting them on the regular Tuesdays and cluttering up those posts, I’m going to temporarily post them on Sunday. Since I didn’t post this past Tuesday, there are more than usual.

And in a happy coincidence, I’m even able to keep my contronym theme going with this post because The Rare Words Book saw fit to provide a contronym on 4/6. Casuistry means:
The application of ethical rules to particular cases
~ or ~
The false application of ethical principals
And now here are my tweet tales:
3/27 - Bob ignores Tim's aposterioristic advice to not marry Amy; he might've listened if Tim confessed the affair, saving Bob heartbreak later.
3/28 - Amy giggles as her friends cantillate, "Light as a feather, stiff as a board." They step back; she floats in mid-air. Now Amy screams.
3/29 - Jon hunches over a microscope as the moans get closer. Kim yells, "Screw the etiology! The only thing that'll save us are head shots!"
3/30 - He traveled to the Hesperian reaches of the land and back but never found the man who killed his wife. Too bad he didn't own a mirror.
3/31 - To escape her life, Kim enters the woods with only a bottle of water. She emerges 3 days later forever changed by the numinous experience.
4/1 - They pretermitted the last gas station before the empty area of the mountains, resulting in a nightmare straight from a horror movie.
4/2 - Tina slaved over her Shakespeare paper, weaving in chiasmi to honor the Bard. Her prof honored himself by publishing it under his name.
4/3 - While watching his new Girls Gone Wild DVD, Jim spots his daughter. Appalled by her impudicity, he skips her part to enjoy the rest.
4/4 - Eunice's palmary roses were the envy of the county. The secret to her success? Cheating husbands make excellent fertilizer.
4/5 - Cops arrest Fred for lurking in neighbor's yard. He pleads guilty to scopophilia rather than admit double-checking body he buried there.
4/6 - It's ironic Prof. Smith teaches a course on casuistry considering the casuistry he uses to justify the secrets locked in his basement.
4/7 – Many years of practice had honed the syntomy of his break-up speeches, but Mona wasn’t one to be blown off and made him feel her pain.
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?
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