Friday, October 16, 2015

Wednesday Prompts: Old Adages


http://www.knipschildt.net/la-madeline-au-truffe.html
mmmmm...Godiva
A little of what you fancy does you good….

Naked Chocolate Bonbons
More... 
But a whole lot of what you fancy does you better…


Lots of Chocolate Truffles
Go ahead...have  

And a huge amount of what you fancy

May lead to vomiting and diarrhea.


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Source 
Absence makes the heart grow fonder…

But an extended absence (on a motorcycle across

Country by choice) makes it possible to pawn off his stuff,

And rent out his apartment.


Gotta love these old adages.


Many thanks go to Elephant's Child for providing this week's prompts!  She chose two familiar adages and invited writers to create...anything in the writing world.  Take a stop at her page, check out the comments.  Leave your creation there, OR write something at your site, linking back to the address shown above.  




23 comments:

  1. Great quote and thoughts. Greetings.

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  2. One can trust you to always come up with something interesting based on a prompt.

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  3. haha yeah, we don't want the runs.

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    1. I speak from experience here: dark chocolate with a glass of red wine, lots and lots of chocolate.

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  4. My partner will not learn that huge amounts of what you fancy are dangerous.
    And drat you for putting ideas in my head about decluttering in his absence...

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    1. You gotta do what you do. Chocolate is the only cure.

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  5. I so enjoy your imaginative, and often humourous, take on the prompts!

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    1. Humor is one of the best elements in writing.

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  6. Okay, now I'm craving chocolate...

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    1. Meet you at Godiva, Westfield Mall, Escondido, at 7 pm.

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  7. Pawn off his stuff and rent out his apartment?
    That box of chocolates looks yummy, I don't think I've ever seen one as full as that.

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    1. I have gazed through glass at them, leaving behind a string of drool.

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  8. According to the rule book, Wednesday Prompts published on Fridays do not count. Sorry, I looked it up.

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    1. No, they can be published pretty much any time.

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  9. I've never heard that adage about what one fancies, but your addition is a hoot and so true. I guess too much of anything can get a bit old and tiresome if not make one sick.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Wrote By Rote

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    1. Homer Simpson and his donuts...we with our chocolates...

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!