#SixSentenceStories; Wear

“I wish the kids had taken us out to dinner for our anniversary, they never invite us out anymore, probably because you always wear that godawful shirt, even to fancy places.”

“That’s my fancy shirt— I want to be buried in that shirt.”

“I want that too, believe me.”

“Maybe they don’t want to hear you complain that you’ve nothing to wear and then spend all of dinner complaining about the shops you had to go to before finding something acceptable.”

“You’re wearing on my last nerve, old man.”

“I wish the kids would come by more often too.”

The Six Sentence Story prompt word, from Six Sentence Story hostess Denise is “wear”. These six sentences in 99 words that make mention of a wish made are also influenced by the current challenge at Carrot Ranch. In both cases you have until Saturday to respond.

32 thoughts on “#SixSentenceStories; Wear

  1. Wear was I?
    … ha ha, get it? I mispell.. forget I typed that.

    as other has rightly observed, an engaging slice of long-term couple interaction

    (technically: I always enjoy ‘tag-less conversation’. a challenge to establish, even more difficult to maintain and a total bear to make amusing. good job)

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    • Regarding tagless conversation, I think that comes about from the word restraints, with a limit the tags are the first thing to go, when possible. Keeps a faster pace for the speakers too.
      Thank you kind sirs. Looking forward to reading yours and the rest later.

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