Week 35 100WC

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Whatever has happened?

The prompt this week is these giant shapes.

  • Where have they come from?
  • What are they really?
  • Are they friend or foe?

Week 34 New Prompt

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The prompt this week will get your imaginations working! It is:

…it looked just like a glass of water…

Things to think about:

  • What is it?
  • What should it look like?
  • Is there a problem with it?
  • How do you feel if it isn’t a glass of water?

The doggy Park

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  1. The little boy is feeding the ducks bread.

The little boy, who is wearing jeans and a t-shirt, is feeding the ducks white bread.

  1. The ducks are white and are going into the river.

The ducks are bright white with orange feet and beaks and are waddling into the river.

  1. The van is shiny.

The engine of the blue shiny van is running and a clank clunk noise comes from the glass milk bottles in the back.

  1. There is a house.

Beautiful flowers are growing on the brick wall of the old shop where people live on top.

  1. There is a white fence and a bridge.

There is a white fence and a bridge made of wood that the lady and her dog are going to cross to get to the doggy park.

Week 33 5 Sentence Challenge

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If you find 100 words a bit scary to write then have a go at the 5 sentence challenge.  You can write any 5 sentences about this picture.

Murder Just in Case

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Polo pocketed his AK47, just for security and took a double check in the hallway mirror before heading to the bar. He took off his hat to check his hair, the usual glow that was around the top his head was now missing but his short dreadlocks still looked cool.  The bar was busy, vibrating with the bass of rap music.  Polo felt alive and pumped surrounded by people he didn’t understand.  For confidence, he slid a cigarette out of the packet and fumbled in his pocket for a light.  Suddenly, a man ran towards him, screaming, something metal flashing in his hand.  Polo panicked, pulled out his own weapon and fired.  Two shots.  The man fell and dropped his silver cigarette lighter to the floor.  Polo cried, ‘you caught me by surprise’ as the man grabbed Polo by the hands, tears in his eyes and whispered that he was afraid to die.  Yellow taped and traumatised the victims family hoped it would be a life for a life.  Polo’s mother got the call on the phone on the table in the hall.  How could her angel take anothers life? Why was that hat on the table?  For 25 years Polo wakes with murder on his mind.

 

by Harvey and Mrs A

 

Week 33 100WC

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This week we have an unusual question to answer. The Prompt is:

…why was that hat on the table?…

Things to consider:

  • Is it a special hat?
  • Were you expecting something else to be on the table?
  • Is it a problem?
  • Who does the hat belong to?

Week 31 100WC

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This weeks prompt is a photograph.

 

salt brown greasy melted giraffe

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There was a girl that had a brown ice cream (chocolate ice cream) and her ice cream melted straight away. The next day she had some very salty chips and a hot dog which was greasy to go with her very salty chips. She also went to the zoo that day and she kept saying ” GIRAFFE, I WANT TO SEE GIRAFFE NOW! “So then her mum took her giraffe enclosure and she said ” I want the giraffe NOW! ” ” no we can’t have the giraffe because the giraffe isn’t for sale, sweetie.” “please I want the giraffe I just want it. ” So then her mum told her again and said if she doesn’t stop asking she would have no toys for the rest of the night. And that is the end of story time with

Poppie and see you dudes in the Storytime.

 

Week 30 100WC

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We have a prompt that hoepfully will get those comedy writers interested! It is:

…Gerald just couldn’t stop laughing…