Saturday, August 21, 2010

Wacky Story #1: Betty Redbreast Meets D Mouse

Betty Redbreast Meets D Mouse


I was ________________ (verb ending in “-ing”) for ________________ (noun) in the park when I ____________ (past-tense verb) under a large _______________ (adjective) _____________ (noun).

As I was _______________ (verb ending in "-ing") along, a drop of ________________ (type of liquid) shook loose from the ____________ (noun) above my _____________ (body part).

It ______________ (past-tense verb) to the ground with a ______________ (adjective) splash. It only met ___________ (a number) obstacle(s) along the way – my _______________ (body part).

I had just gotten the ____________ (adjective) force of that ____________ (type of liquid) droplet right in my ____________ (adjective) eyes, so I was blinking _______________ (adverb).

I couldn’t see very well, but I could see something out of the corner of my eye. It was _______________ (adjective). It was ______________ (adjective). And it was ___________________ (verb ending in "-ing") on the ground.

I was now tremendously ______________ (adjective) and ______________ (adjective), so I wasted no time in ________________ (verb ending in "-ing") on that unsuspecting _____________ (an animal).

But it turned out to be the _______________ (noun) of a rather small field mouse.

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