Sunday, November 7, 2010

Microfiction Monday: "Li'l Pink's Wolf Stew"

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's the world's best meme, coming to you from Susan at Stony River. One of the highlights of a dangerous writer's week. Enjoy.


Li'l Pink, I worry about the wolf. Be careful.

I'm not worried, Mama.

Why ever not, dear?

Who do you think was in yesterday's stew?

23 comments:

  1. I love a kid with a plan. :)

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  2. Whoa...Li'l Pink can take care of herself!

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  3. that was very good
    wolf eating...yeah!

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  4. Yum. That girl will go far, especially in Korea.

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  5. Hey, Lil Pink is a sharp little lady! Wouldn't want to mess with her! Might end up on a plate! Really fun one for the day, Michael! Hope your week goes well! And have a lovely evening!

    Sylvia

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  6. Hahaha! Gotta love Lil Pink's spunk. The wolf never had a chance.

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  7. Way to go, Lil Pink!! Way to go, Michael, too.
    -- Kay

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. ohoho - I think that girl can take care of herself! lol Good one!

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  9. Little Pink maybe small, but watch out! LOL! Good one.

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  10. She's a tough one all right!

    http://greatttt.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/microfiction-monday-56/

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  11. L'il Pink is very astute and knows how to survive! Clever little micro!

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  12. Nice! Wonder if he tasted good.....

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  13. EW! I'm glad I'm vegetarian! :)

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  14. Yuk! Yuk! Laughing out loud here!

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  15. She's a sly one for sure. Li'l Pinky is now my hero!

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  16. Wolf stew- a little gamey, and best when shared with Grandma.

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  17. Wow--so not only is she a brave little soul, but she is also an accomplished chef! I love it!

    Hope you have a great week. Cheers!

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