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water - Six Word Stories

Used vice-grip; now in hot water.

4/6/2012
—Yalubill M.L.
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Holdup. Water pistol. Police open fire.

2/24/2010
—thoffman
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Finally, the water covered his mouth.

11/23/2009
—Chris Eddleman
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Death. White-light… Water? Gills? Reincarnation…

10/28/2009
—Ben Ng
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Red water. Lonesome bubbles. Missing person.

8/14/2009
—B.G. Ritts
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Streets full of water. Please advise.

8/6/2009
—Robert Benchley

While visiting Venice for the first time, writer and humorist Robert Benchley sent this gag telegram to Harold Ross, his editor at The New Yorker.

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Water, hops, malted barley, glass, smile.

8/4/2009
—falling
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Water. Pain. Screams. Knife. Babe. Mother.

5/21/2009
—Billyziege
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