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Verbal Verbosity~100 Word Challenge~EVEN NICENESS IS NOT INDISPENSABLE

 Every morning she would arrive and it was as if the sun had come out. Everybody liked her, she was so very nice, always very happy and there was never a ripple of adversity among her colleagues. One Friday morning a trolley full of champagne was delivered to our office. There was much speculation about this delivery, until she walked in beaming. “I’m leaving today to get married, and I would like to say goodbye in style” Hearty congratulations were expressed and the champagne was rapidly consumed. The office routine continues, not quite so brightly, now you are gone girl.

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5 thoughts on “Verbal Verbosity~100 Word Challenge~EVEN NICENESS IS NOT INDISPENSABLE

  1. The little girl sat in the middle of the schoolyard, where Carl had pushed her. Tears streamed down her face. Carl ransacked her backpack, taking her dinner money, mobile and her Mum’s library book.

    “See, that wasn’t so difficult, was it, Cry Baby?” Carl walked off laughing.
    He didn’t get far. Appearing out of nowhere, Willow reached out and grabbed him by the throat, her fangs glittering.

    “Who’s a cry baby now?” Willow let Carl glide to the ground. She handed the little girl back her mobile, dinner money and book. “Pippi Longstocking, eh?” The vampire girl beamed. “Great taste!”

    Copyright Maria Thermann, all rights reserved.

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