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“Earth Shrugs As Reminder: She’s Bigger.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, August 26th, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, Apple’s CEO resigned, rebels reached Tripoli, and the east coast shook and braced for Irene. The headlines reflected big news, and at SMITH the Six-Word Memoirs showcased news both big and small. But all deeply personal. Below are the best memoirs of the week; click on each author’s name to find more of their stories.

Timeliest Words: “Earth shrugs as reminder: She’s bigger.” -Level1
Best Simile: “Lovers like lobsters, picked for consumption.” -LittlePie
Sweetest: “My key will eventually become theirs.” -SeaGlass, with a great backstory
Most In Need of a Backstory: “Four serious marriage proposals that year.” -Debtwo (profile image above)
Best Labor of Love: “Pain births children, Olympians and writers.” -Kharisjo, with one of the most favorited memoirs this week
Best Wordplay: “Teams that lunch together, stay together.” -flyingsquirrel with Six Words about Work-Lessons

Plus: The last topic,  “Inspirations: Biggest Lesson I Learned at Work”, is coming to a close. Just one more day to get your Six Words about Work submitted and entered for a chance to win an iPad2 or BlackBerry PlayBook.

One response

  1. Bruno Peer says:

    Awesome post.Really looking forward to find out more. Want much more.

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