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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Saturday Centus 24 September Are you seriously ordering

Jenny Matlock

THIS IS A SATURDAY CENTUS POST  -  Straight from Jenny's blog "off on my tangent" and we can use up to 150 words plus the six word prompt of 
             "Are you seriously ordering another martini?" But, in dialogue only.......so could we write fiction?  We can write anything, just only in dialogue and NO pictures!

The other cool thing about this week's centus is the whole he said, she said, they said...with simple dialogue you could completely have no idea is it, he or she speaking?  Unless, you were eavesdropping!

Here's my offering


“At the rate you’re slugging those martini’s down, you’ll need a million dollars and multiple lawyers if you don’t stop now.”

“Really smarty pants, you know this because?”
“I’m already defending you on another charge!”
“Well, it’s not everyday your ex marries your best friend and you’re invited to watch.”
“It might happen on The Good Wife.”
“Who?”
“Oh never mind. Just draw in your horns and let’s leave this point of no return now.”
“Not on your life.  Pyrrhic victory or not, I'm staying!”
“Really, are you seriously ordering another martini?”
“How else will I have the courage to……..”




So come on now I just know you are all crazy about putting your own he said, she said, they said together, or at least reading some other ones, so go here

http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/2011/09/saturday-centus-he-said-she-said-they.html

17 comments:

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Ooh, this is much better than reality Tv. I'm already into the characters and want to know what's said next. Great job, Karen.
xoRobyn

Viki said...

The courage to what, LOL. I could see why one would want to drink a whole lot if they were watching their ex marry their friend. Oh boy!!!

Anna said...

Is it the courage to go to the wedding of his ex?
I didn't think exes were ever invited according to all of the etiquette-books.
Clever use of the prompt.
Best wishes,
Anna
Anna's SC wk 73'Lunch with B&V'

Judie said...

Real housewives of New York? No, this is waaay better!!! Good job, Karen!!!

Cloudia said...

interesting!


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darlin said...

You have such a fantastic imagination, great piece of writing but once again we're left in suspense. No worries, I can just imagine what happens next! lol

Have a fantastic Sunday!

Bethe77 said...

Just love this! I love the interaction and oh my marrying the best friend! Great humor!
Blessings

Deborah said...

to..? I want to know! lol, great sc :o)

Wanderer said...

An "I got friends in low places" sort of story. Good job!

Bones said...

Great post. Followed :)

cj Schlottman said...

Karen,

I love this. The dialogue is smooth and flowing, and you hooked me with the story!

Thanks and Namaste...............cj

Reka Sang said...

Poor guy...do feel sorry for him...then maybe he deserved it...kept the room open with so many possibilities. Enjoyed this slippery conversation.

jabblog said...

Very neat dialogue - clever:-)

Kat said...

to? to? I hope you're going to continue this! Really well written dialogue, I got caught up in this immediately. Great job.

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

The courage to - what? Oh no! Now I'm going to wonder all day.

Galen Pearl said...

Talk about a cliffhanger! So clever what you do with these prompts. Always fun.

Jenny said...

I. Loved. This.

It was perfect! I read it to myself and then read it out loud and the dialogue was immensely believable.

You are a writing rock star.