Friday, June 15, 2012

Trifextra Writing Challenge - Saving Annie


In retrospect, we should have known that flimsy fence would not be enough to protect poor Annie. With unbelievable speed, Ellie shimmied under the fence, sinking her milk teeth into the calf's jugular.




This post is an entry in the TrfectaWritingChallenge.com! This week we have to use this picture to write either a 33 or a 333 word story.

It you like mine, you can vote for me after 8:00 EST!

29 comments:

  1. This is sick, and yet it made me laugh out loud. Literally. Good use of your 33 words!

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    1. Laughter through Nausea! Yea - mission accomplished!! (Thanks!)

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  2. Oh my gosh and then I saw it was a challenge...

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    1. LOL! Yea, I have not lost my mind (THAT much!)

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  3. Poor little cow, never knew it was being raised by vampires!!

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    1. Sadly, she knows now. She knows now.

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  4. Ew, the jugular...that's gonna be messy :(

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    1. You should see the picture that was taken just after this one. All I can say is, "Wow."

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  5. 33 words and you definitely taking us on a wild ride :-)

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    1. Cool - LOL! That's what I was shooting for!

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  6. here I was thinking "got milk?" and had to change it to "got plasma?" lol!

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    1. Exactly! I was hoping people would catch that!

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    1. We should have known this would happen! Oh, Ellie!

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  9. Ha ha!!!! Love a lil' dark script! Nice twist on this!

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  10. Nice, Libby! Fantastic description with the "milk teeth". Well done!

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    1. Glad you guys are catching that reference :D Thanks for coming by!

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  11. I just hope she is a vegetarian vampire baby like the Cullens :)

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  12. Libby, I love your take on the little blonde vampiress!
    Thank you for your lovely comment about my own story for the Trifecta. Can I ask you one question though... one reader has told me that there is something screwy with the font as they read my story, and that it was nearly impossible to read. On my own computer it looks fine, just like everything else I have posted through the years. Could you let me know if you found it difficult to read also? I mean, technically difficult? Or does it look perfectly OK to you?

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  13. Thank you so much for linking up to Trifextra this weekend. The challenge this weekend will be judged by the community. So please come back to the Trifecta home page and click the stars next to the three posts you most enjoyed. You only have until Monday at 8 am EST, so hurry!

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  14. Ha! You totally caught me by surprise. What a fun way to start out my afternoon of Trifextra reading. :)

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  15. Milk teeth is great! Jugular will be a mess!

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  16. that makes me think of the recent incident in which a man attacked another on the highway and started to eat his face
    nice response to the weekend challenge! haha

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