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“Loved many women. Have heart disease.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, March 11th, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, history is being made with the space shuttle Discovery’s 39th and final landing, the Dalai Lama’s announcement of eventual retirement, and the release of the iPad 2. The SMITH community are recording their own histories in the form of Six-Word Memoirs. Here are the best of the those stories from the week ending March 11. Click on any of the authors’ names to read more of their stories.
Most Detached: “Haven’t been ashed in 25+ years.” -ctgoods2, with Wednesday’s Six-Word Memoir of the Day.
Best Wordplay: “Loved many women. Have heart disease.” -Freduccini
Biggest 180: “High school: invisible. College: too visible.” -RaineeRose
Best Imagery: “Mooing to cows we pass by.” —three-monkeys, from Six Words on Happiness
Stealthiest: “Quietly stuffing dirty secrets into laundry.” -myxbeautifulxrescue’s Six Words on Pain & Hope
Biggest Tent: “Straight Christian girl. Support Gay Rights.” -FreedomDreamer, with SMITHTeens‘ most commented on memoir of the week.

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