Ernest Hemingway once wrote a story in six words. The master of brevity, he jammed several emotions into 33 characters.
For Sale: baby shoes, never worn.I'm no Hemingway (yet), but I can practice. Here are samples of my first attempts.
Sam goes to the moon. He forgets his spacesuit. Mission Control is not happy.
An attempt at double entendre:
Sandra followed me home. I asked Mom, "Can I keep her?" She said, "Yes." Meow!
UFO landed on house. FBI rebuilt it and moved me out. I can't remember anything.
And finally, six movies rolled together like unused wrapping paper:
Anakin's mom died. He was mad. He had a son, and now he's glad.
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