Monday, September 13, 2010

microfiction Monday - Brides

Susan’s Picture:
Girls
My story:
Shirley and Laverne decided to buck the tradition.
They could still be sisters of the heart but
polyandry would be more profitable and fun.
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microfiction Monday:
Write a story in 140 characters
using the picture Susan provides as inspiration.
microfictionmonday

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37 comments:

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  2. Your post made me chuckle, then Thom's comment made me shudder. Lenny and Squiggy might be Lavern's style, but I know Carmen has to be one of Shirl's husbands!

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  3. I think polyandry should be made legal, hehe.;)))
    Have a great Monday and thank you for making mine start with a smile.;)
    xo

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  4. Well, polyandry means a woman having more than one husband at a time. I hear this can be popular - even though they're only married to one of them ;-)

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  5. lol. thanks for teaching me a new word today...and i imagine it definitely more profitable...smiles.

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  6. More fun but choose carefully and only from the rich list! Most amusing take!

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  7. A very clever one...well done!

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  8. Awww...what a sweet fun post! Wonderful!

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  9. I'm glad you placed a link for polyandry because I did't have a clue what it meant. LOL. Your story is too funny and clever!

    p.s. I’m holding blogfest in November. If you get time, pop along and have a look.

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  10. And Carmine, Thom. They need more than Lenny and Squiggy.

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  11. That was awesome, Nessa! Polyandry could be a new movement..

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  12. Cool post. Thanks. Your posts make you think.

    Didn't know that word. Seems like the guys are usually the ones with more then 1 wife. Gals should get the chance as in your word polyandry.

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  13. Laverne and Shirley, I never would have thought of this. Thanks for leaving the link, I am sure Thom appreciated it as much as I did.

    Laugh at Thom's comment about Lenny and Squiggy, then laugh at Quilly's response at Thom's comment. This was good Nessa

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  14. One husband is more than enough trouble most of the time. Are they CRAZY???

    well done!

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  15. I also learned something from your blog. Nice one.

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  16. Yep, I had to click the link to find out what it meant.

    Personally, the idea of living with two husbands, is exhausting.

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  17. Thom: For their sakes, I hope not although towards the end they did get kind of sweet.

    quilly: She could fool around with a clear good girl conscience.

    Zuzana: As long as all of the hubbies had jobs or watched the kids.

    anthonynorth: Must be why the divorce rate is so high – people forgot the meaning of the word.

    Brian Miller: Just an old custom from when women accepted their own power.

    jabblog: Perhaps each one could have a special and unique quality.

    Deborah: Thanks.

    Kiki: This situation could be lots of fun.

    Ellie: I’m not sure I like the word as it sounds like multiple laudry to me and I hate housework.

    Doug: And Ritchie and Fonzie…

    Mumsy: I am on the cutting edge of fashion ;)

    BeccA's Buzz: Don’t we all.

    Sue: I believe in equality of the sexes.

    Bill ~ {The Old Fart}: Those two are like their own L & S show :)

    SouthLakesMom: I must say, I wouldn’t care for the practice. Now, if we were talking boy-toy, that’d be different.

    Alice Audrey: Amazonia.

    Peggy: I’m going to be rated an educational site soon. ;)

    jennifer: Truth be told, I agree.

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  18. LOL! We were on similar wave lengths this week--except I went for mail-order brides!
    Cheers!

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  19. Yeah this is a funny one.... I did have to look up polyandry. But I kinda think that makes me like it moe!

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  20. I, too, learned a new word today. So, can polyandrous women share their multiple husbands? No, probably not...that would just be too kinky. Interesting take on this week's pic.

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  21. LOL - more power to them. I have trouble keeping up with one husband.

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  22. Haha! Maybe not but I'm smiling for sure. :)

    I learned a couple of new words, there were many I could have learned: polyandry and adelphogamy. Same facts but the first is legal and the other is a crime.
    ..

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  23. Reminds me of a TV show I watched once. Interesting take on pic Nessa. Have a great week.

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  24. Excellent, excellent micro-fiction.

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  25. sylviamorice: I thought someone would do Siamese twins but no one did.

    Together We Save: It’s better when you have to work for it a bit.

    Mama Zen: Thanks.

    Pat: That’s called an orgy ;)

    Shelley Munro: ne is good for me, too.

    Jim: There are some sets of brothers who I wouldn’t mind marrying.

    Jillien: Thanks.

    Arts Web Show: Thank-you.

    KB: This whole concept has given me an idea for a story.

    christopher: Thank-you very much.

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  26. Good one! My first time to hear this word, polyandry and I learn something today.

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  27. HMMM. i think one to care for is enough fun! ;)

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  28. Eden: We must stretch our brains every once in a while.

    EG Wow: Fun is a nice way to put it.

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  29. I'm surprised at the number of readers who say they had to look up "polyandry". But that's just me being my normal derogatorising self.

    masterymistery at cosmic rapture

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  30. masterymystery: I was a little surprised too but it's not used often.

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  31. What an excellent suggestion! I like the way these girls (and you!) think -- this is a fun one.

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