RERUN WEEK #4: Find the bone mote


As he sat discomfortably on the chase lounge, Dan realised he was the centre of attraction. Something was a rye. He had a feeling that in this particular click, he was to be the scrapegoat. Had it been wreckless to come into this den of thiefs? If the worse came to the worse and the yolk of responsibility rested on his shoulders, wherefore would he turn for assistants?
When he had set out on this long sojourn, he’d known it would be risqué, but no one had appraised him of just how risqué, or even eluded to it. Even if they had, he would have been suspect of them having an anterior motive. But that was a mute point now. These viscous criminals would test his medal irregardless of weather he wanted them too – he just had to keep his moral up in the mean times.

12 comments:

  1. Another favorite. I like reruns.

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  2. "Scrapegoat" - brilliant!

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  3. Wonderful. I hate it when everything goes a rye.

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  4. As an editor, I hate to tell you how many of these I've seen in real life.

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  5. I think you've spelt something wrong in there. It's actually an 'escape goat'.

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  6. "No one had appraised him..."

    Maybe he's not worth being appraised!

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  7. Great work, your intention to detail is starting to bare fruit.

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  8. Lol, he didn't realize just how risqué it was.

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  9. eye Louvre this, rem minds mii of a poem:

    "Eye halve a spelling chequer
    It came with my pea sea
    It plainly marques four my revue
    Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.

    Eye strike a key and type a word
    And weight four it two say
    Weather eye am wrong oar write
    It shows me strait a weigh.

    As soon as a mist ache is maid
    It nose bee fore two long
    And eye can put the error rite
    Its rare lea ever wrong.

    Eye have run this poem threw it
    I am shore your pleased two no
    Its letter perfect awl the weigh
    My chequer tolled me sew."

    eye halve to go 'doo may hum work.

    bye!

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  10. Missed one...would of been.

    Love your web sight!

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  11. I don't think this is really bad writing, per say.

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  12. Most (though still not particularly) recent Anonymous:
    I'm sure it isn't good writing either, Percy.

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