Sunday, August 29, 2010

Sunday 160 - Do It, Write!

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I ran out of paper 
and I had to write.
What the heck is a person to do
 with such a dilemma?
Suffer the stares of all of 
the normal people:-)


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Sunday 160 - Tell a story in 160 Characters







32 comments:

  1. Very well done. But who writes anymore. I put everything on the iPhone or iPad LOL. Very well done :)

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  2. old receipts are usually my first choice but i am not above using my hand....nice 160

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  3. I don't see why we can't write on our hands :-) That was wonderful, Nessa!

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  4. Oh, great. Another governor for Alaska.

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  5. Funny 160 Nessa! I never think to use my hand. D'oh!

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  6. this is funny - i never had to write on my hands - but on everything else i could grab in a "writing moment"
    have a great sunday!

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  7. Cute. And not to worry, onlookers probably took you for a teenager.

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  8. Yep! I know how it feels! I've written on napkins, backs of receipts, and yes...the palm of my hand!

    CUTE!

    http://harrischanningauthor.blogspot.com/2010/08/sunday-160_29.html

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  9. At least you have it "handy" when you need to refer back to it.

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  10. use a paper towel,
    or a used newspaper...

    love your topic today,
    beautiful 160.

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  11. I'm one to hoard scrap paper...I have a special place for just that, and when I need to send a note to myself, I use the notepad on my phone. LOLOLOL

    But to be honest, I will do it write and use my palm if need be.

    Excellent work for today.

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  12. Yeah, well. They can just stare away, even if I really am too old to be running out of paper.

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  13. Thank goodness you were only writing for a microfiction. Otherwise you'd be filling an arm. Great 160 and thanks for playing.

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  14. Nessa! Love it! beautiful pic! I used to be notorious for writing on my hands and arms..sometime you just need to put it down and no paper is around! Works for me!! yay..great post! everyone used to say..you are gonna get ink poisoning! sometime inspiration strikes you and you simply must write!
    Kiki~

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  15. Fun 160 Nessa, love the way you've captured the necessity of a writer: to write, no matter what! :)

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  16. If I ever get this desperate my pen decides not to work!

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  17. This is a witty well done S-160. Makes me smile.
    Brings to mind to mind the famous Nike slogan, "Just Do It" , and children in school writing on their hands, all sorts of fun things.

    Cheers,
    Joanny

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  18. I still write on my hand sometimes! It's usually a phone number or a price or a number for something else or a gate password. A hand is always handy!

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  19. Thom: I do. It can’t see anything on those machines.
    Brian Miller: Unbelievably I had nothing. I nearly panicked.

    Mumsy: I agree.

    Doug: I never thought you could be so mean. 

    Cheryl: I rarely need to.

    Claudia: I have written on my clothes before.

    PattiKen: Well, by behavior maybe.

    Harris Channing: My car usually has litter in it. That will teach me to clean.

    Jeanie: That was so funny. I wish I had thought of it.

    Jingle: Under normal circumstances I would have.

    HOOTIN' ANNI: Sometimes I send myself voice mails or text messages.

    Alice Audrey: My boss squinted in a very odd way. It was very funny actually.

    Monkey Man: I could have gone to knees and calves.

    Kiki: I got the ink poisoning speeches too. We’re still alive.

    estrella05azul: When you gotta, you gotta.

    EG Wow: Thanks.

    Shelley Munro: Luckily I always have a million of those around, in various types.

    joanny: Nike, she of victory, (and the sneaker company) was an inspiration.

    Pat: I bet that's why we have them.

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  20. I often write on my hand. Have a great day.

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  21. Wonderful! Sure do love that, friend.

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  22. Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.

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  23. I sometimes do it... Nice one and great photos!

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  24. When there's a will, there is a hand! :)

    Excellent 160!!!

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  25. ha very clever, been there before..but i end up either texting myself or phoning me and leaving a message!!!! cheers pete

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  26. KB: I am glad I am not alone.

    SandyCarlson: Thank you, friend.

    Unknown Mami: Yes, I had an urge.

    Eden: Once I began writing, I knew I had to take a picture of it.

    kavisionz: I will be using my hands to do more constructive writing.

    Pete Marshall: I can’t see the buttons on my phone and I write much faster.

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  27. Sometimes I write phone numbers on my hand, too. Love the 160 and the photo. Count me in for your workshop. I might be late on everything, but I'm in :)

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  28. Rosidah Abidin: I am glad you will join us. There is no late. You are the one making the commitment, so you set your time. I am just trying to organize myself towards my goal.

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  29. that's the attitude!

    i haven't written anything on my skin since.. erm, school time

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  30. Juliana: I drew pictures on my arms in school.

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  31. All the more reason to never leave home without a pen!
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