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Day 36: Ten euphemisms for sex

Phil turned to Carine. ‘Why do we have to be here? I hate this place.’ He looked around at the weeping decorations, the shrunken banner, the sagging women in cheerleaders outfits designed for them when they were far younger, more pert and before the curse of children had been inflicted on them. 488 more words


Day 35: Think of an object that describes you. Describe it.

Stuart looked furtively around, fingers dancing on an invisible piano as he nervously drew his keys from his pocket. He ran a hand under his toupee, scratching his prickling scalp. 575 more words


Day 34: Go to the Merriam-Webster Word of the Day site and write a story based on that word.

‘Jeopardise. To put someone or something into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm or failure.’ Rico rolled the coin across the knuckles of his prosthetic hand, listening to the quiet clink as he did so. 1,259 more words


Day 33: What's stored in your closet?

‘What’s in the closet?’ Charles asked.

‘Nothing.’ I replied, quickly.

‘What’s in the closet?’


‘What’s in the closet?’

‘Look, Charles, I told you already. Nothing!’ I stomped over to it and threw open the door. 568 more words


Day 32: Life among the pirates.

‘Captain! Sail off the starboard! Looks like a three master!’ Came the cry from the tops. Otis Carter held the spyglass to his eye before calling down, ‘Captain! 961 more words


Day 31: What happened that night?

Well, it’s a whole month. WordPress even included a happy anniversary notification for me. Yay! I hope that those of you who are reading this are enjoying it. 574 more words


Day 30: Describe a Professor coming on to one of his students.

‘And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the Stanford Prison Experiment shows that humanity, in its entirety, is inclined towards power. Power corrupts and absolute power, as they say, corrupts absolutely. 887 more words