Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Day 61...Wacky Wednesday, The Never-Ending Story...

It is Wednesday...
and I am feeling wacky...
and have a cool vintage photo...
so...

Let's write the...
Never-Ending Story!

Directions/Instructions/How To:

1. I will post a picture and then begin a story
with 3 to 6 sentences...

2. Then I will stop in MID-SENTENCE...

3. The next person picks up (in MID-SENTENCE)
where the last comment left off and will then
add 3 to 6 sentences to continue the story...

4. And then he/she/it will stop in MID-SENTENCE.

5. Don't end the story...
it is a never-ending story!

6. You may post as many comments as you want
to continue the story!

Let's Write!
It all started innocently enough. Buster's wife was always asking him to move the dress form around in her antique store. Buster found himself dressing her, undressing her and hauling her around in his pick-up truck. Before he knew it, Buster discovered he had feelings for her. Yes, Buster was in...

6 comments:

sissie said...

awe of this lifeless beauty. Buster wondered if he was wrong to admire her loveliness and her likeness of a real woman.

Late one evening when the shop was quiet, his wife asked him to take her to.....

hugs
Sissie

trash talk said...

need of therapy. Yes, what had started innocently enough as a gesture of love had suddenly changed into an obsessive need to anthopomorphize....

Malisa said...

Oops! We had two answers come in at once. Let's go with the first one.

Late one evening when the shop was quiet, his wife asked him to take her to...the storage room in the basement. Buster lovingly carried her down the stairs but he couldn't...

red.neck chic said...

hold his feelings in any longer... her paper mache' "girls" and her long wiry legs combined with...

Judy said...

...the way his arms fit around her so nicely and his form fit her form...reminded him so much of his wife that he...

Malisa said...

broke out in hives! He began weeping and called out the name he had given her...