Trifecta 33-Word Challenge: A Likely Story


Hello Dear Readers!    It’s time for the weekend Trifecta Challenge.  The challenge is to add 33 words to these three words:  charge, century and lost for a total of 36 words. 

A Likely Story

“How’d you buy the Admiral refrigerator, Colonel?”

“Charge card for the Admiral, Admiral Kernal, Sir!”

Where’s my Colonel Sanders Chicken, Colonel?

“Uh . . .”

“This century Colonel!”

“Must’ve lost it in the Admiral, Admiral Kernal”

colonel Dorel Linda Vernon Humor
“Don’t look at me!  I’m not even full, Sir!”
Geiser Frères Colonel Dorel wiki pictures

 

Until next time . . . I love you

37 thoughts on “Trifecta 33-Word Challenge: A Likely Story

  1. Mom it amazes me how clever you are! I wish I would have inherited some of your cleverness. In the meantime I’m suddenly craving a big box of popcorn chicken!

  2. Seriously, woman?! You make me crave KFC while I’m drooling over the dinner I’m waiting for from my crock pot? Ugh.

    Linda, your words never fail to make me LOL…so TY for being YOU! 😀

    • Oh thank you Dana! I’ve been craving KFC ever since I wrote this. I have no choice! I have to go there to get this KFC monkey off my back!! (I’ll eat an extra mashed potatoes and gravy for you!) 😀

  3. So much uplifted happy energy through these comments! What a blessing to cause and share that 🙂 how fun just to experience it as an observer! You really are so clever, when I read the challenge words I never guessed you would have done that. It really reminded me of a whacky Lucy stunt where she would get caught and panic with Ethel.

    Cheers!

    • Ah Matt! That’s about the nicest comment I’ve ever gotten. Thank you! It means so much to me. In fact, I’m as happy as Lucy Ricardo would be if SHE would have gotten the lead in Don Juan and they wouldn’t have shelved the picture!!!! (Would that I could break these ties that bind me!”) Thank you so much Matt! 😀

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