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“Blurred Line Between Cat-lover and Cat-lady.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, June 24th, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, J.K. Rowling delivered her fans to Pottermore, Obama detailed the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, and reporter Jose Antonio Vargas declared himself an undocumented immigrant in a major The New York Times story. These individuals made big announcements with thousand of words, and the SMITH community unveiled their stories with just six. Below are the best stories of the week ending on June 24. For more to read, click on each of the author’s names.

Most Recharged: “Bought new batteries for my mojo.” -BanjoDan, whose memoir garnered many comments and the most favorites of the week.
Furriest: “Blurred line between cat-lover and cat-lady.” -novice
Best Wordplay: “Fifty is the real F-word. Yo.” -l8leigh
Most In Need of a Back Story: “It was Oedipal from the start.” -bluecrabgirl
Best Imagery: “Campfire smoke is my new perfume.” -Kadie-wa (profile image above) from SMITHTeens
Most Meta: “World’s Greatest Dad, shirt proves it.” -Steve Anthony

4 responses

  1. Bevvie says:

    As usual, enjoyed all the week’s best memoirs!

  2. Alyssa says:

    Thanks for reading, Bevvie!

  3. Contemplative says:

    Inspiring…Nice job, all. Every one of the above sixes, each and combined, make great treasures. Look forward to reading lots more!

  4. Anonymous says:

    whay where is it

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