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“There’s something about doing laundry naked,” the Best Six Words of the Week

Friday, May 14th, 2010

By Larry Smith

Each week, you send in scores of Six-Word Memoirs. Here are six we love from the week ending May 14. Click on each author’s name to check out more memoirs.

The Six Political Switch: “Saw Sarah Palin, became a Democrat.” —Larry975
Most Ironic: “Asian and allergic to Chinese food.” —Cupcakes_mmm (from SMITHTeens)
Six Seeking Time Machine: “Hoping the video won’t go viral.” —springtheme78
Best Six-Word Excuse: “I can’t help it. It’s genetic.” —StuntDouble (photo, above).
Hey, You Forgot the Photo Six!: “There’s something about doing laundry naked.” —ChristineBrandt
Six on Six: “Six Words… putting haiku on notice.” —FormerlyMoney

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