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“I Rehearse Conversations I’ll Never Have.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, November 18th, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, Regis retired from ‘Live!’, 84-year-old Dorli became an Occupy icon and Bradley wins Sexiest Man. Never a group to be left out of the action, SMITH members shared their own moments, large and small, and began to get into the Thanksgiving spirit along the way. Below are the best Six-Word Memoirs of the week. Click on each author’s name for more stories.

Best Confession: “I rehearse conversations I’ll never have.” -ZooeyZablooey (profile image above) with most favorited memoir of the week
Best Parallelism: “God fearing, not knowing, but believing.” -nickbo13
Best Metaphor: “Might have to recalibrate moral compass.” -ctgoods2
Toughest Narrative Arc: “Saturday: sleep. Sunday: shame. Monday: resumes.” -wescoll
Best Milestone: “Turned 80 today. 80 years wiser.” -Arsh
Timeliest Humor: “Giving thanks I’m not a turkey.” -BanjoDan

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2 responses

  1. bevvie says:

    Tres bien!

  2. Mrs Premise says:

    Congratulations everyone!!

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