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“He played Sorry. I won Trouble.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, April 1st, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, nine contestants made it to another round of American Idol, seven New Yorkers claimed a Mega Millions jackpot, and six SMITH community members are being featured for having the week’s best Six-Word Memoirs. Explore more memoirs by clicking on each of the authors below.

Most Metaphorical: “Many bullet holes and no stitches.” -Ponchita (profile image, above)
Best Wordplay: “He played Sorry. I won Trouble.” -Bevvie
Biggest Inner Conflict: “Lesbian or straight, I can’t decide” -cookiejane1016
Best Exchange: “Lost 60 pounds. Gained healthy ego” -Goodword
Toughest Narrative Arc:
Dad’s best lie: “I’ll pull out.”" -Snow_Write
Loveliest Story: “Found true love at seventy. Amazing!” -nicknamebill

One response

  1. Bevvie says:

    Proud to have my memoir in such good company for this week. Thank you!

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