This weekend’s Trifecta Challenge is to write 33 words about a new beginning.
A New Beginning in Alphabetical Order
There’s no way I’m going!
Be patient, Mr. Hines.
I won’t go!
Here’s the bus. Everybody line up! Alphabetical order!
No not me!
Yes, Mr. Hines, you’re between Mr. Himmler and Mr. Hitler.
Until next time . . . I love you
47 thoughts on “Trifecta 33 Word Writing Challenge: A New Beginning in Alphabetical Order”
Poor Mr Hines!When THE Bus comes,one has no choice-even if you are Hitler!As usual ,very well written with a touch of dark humour-that gif just adds more sheen:-)
Ah Thanks Atreyee! You leave the nicest comments! 😀
:-)Linda,reading your posts are a sheer pleasure-i wait for them
Ah! Thanks for those happy words Atreyee!! 😀
Loved the twist at the end, well done. 😀
So glad you enjoyed it Mags! 😀
Thanks, but I’ll take a cab…
Well okay, but you’ll miss the Fresno tour which is on the way.
It’s a fine ending to a long story.
Ooo… I like this. It’s a little dark.
I’ll be in the cab with Guapo! 🙂
Okay fine, Lisa. But your going to miss the scheduled tour of Fresno and I hear they’ve just added a tour of Bakersfield too! Plus everybody will be singing 99 bottles of beer on the wall all the way there. You two are gonna miss out . . .
My Hines would rather walk to hell! 😉
Hahaha! Not a bad idea, Dianne, maybe it will be frozen over before you get there.
Dark humor today, Linda. I love the versatility. Great take! I enjoyed it!
Thanks Stephanie. I think I’ve been eating too much devil’s food cake! 😀
Love! And I meant to click 5 stars, not 4! Dang it. 😀
Ha! Thanks for reading and clicking Pink! 😀
Glad you enjoyed. 😀
I missed the bus. I’m in the handbasket.
This is darker than your usual! (But sinfully funny.) We all know what Hitler did…now I’m curious about what Mr. Hines did 🙂
I thought riding the bus was Hell…it is fitting that that’s how one gets transported there. (Disclaimer: not all bus systems are bad…but the ones in Phoenix in the summer are miserable.)
The bus in Phoenix in the summer is probably one of the levels of hell Janna! HA! I have a feeling Mr. Hines was just in the wrong place at the wrong time (perhaps waiting for a bus in Phoenix in July?) 😀
Yikes! Nice twist on the prompt.
I’s a little dicey this week. But then some weeks are like that! HA! 😀
An enjoyable read. I’m with Mr. Hines – not sure this is a bus I’d want to get on to, something worrying about the other passengers.
It would be super awkward riding in between those two. Can you imagine trying to make small talk with those two? HA!
lol oh this made me giggle (:
Draug you have a deliciously mischievous mind!
Maybe Mr. Hines could throw Messers H and H under the bus. That shouldn’t be too difficult! Nice one!
LOL!! Now you’re talking Lumdog. If ever a situation called for throwing someone under the bus, this is it! 😀
Mr Hines gotten on your bad side, Linda? Love the photo revelation!
Well, I’m not sure who Mr. Hines is but I do feel for the guy! HA! 😀
Ha! What rotten company – I hope he is deserving of them.
Yes Stacie! Let’s home Mr. Hines is there for something like overdue library books!
You make the writing of humour look so effortless. What a talented writer you are. I love the memorable characters you create each challenge. Mr. Hines has plenty of company on that fine list.
Oh Cobbie! Thank you for your kind words. Writing my blog is a party everyday for me. I’m so delighted to hear that you are enjoying it! Oh and poor Mr. Hines. But on the bright side, at least the roast to hell are paved (with good intentions)! HA!
The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round, the wheels on the bus go round and round, all the way to hell…..:P
LOL Michael. Now that’s going to be running through my head all day! D
oy. i wouldn’t want to be in front of Mr. Hitler either.
Yes! He would definitely make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up and spell HELP!
It took me a minute to get that the road to hell was literal. Very clever.
Thank you jwilliams! So glad you liked it and thank you for coming by! 😀
Gee, it seems unfair to send a guy to hell for inventing ketchup stains.
Oh wait, that was Mr. Heinz… : P
Hah! Well I don’t want to sound cruel, but ketchup stains are pretty evil, Mark! 😀