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“Resolution list is looking awfully familiar…” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

By Alyssa Jocson

This week, some rushed to do last-minute shopping, and others started baked-goods gorging. Some slowed down to light candles, and others plugged in their lights. Tis the season for sixes at SMITH, a time of preparation, celebration and reflection six words at a time. Below are the best memoirs of the week. Click on each author to read more stories.
Most Dramatic: “I knit. In lieu of murder.” -Believe with one of the most favorited memoirs this week.
Funniest Realization: “Last year’s fruitcake, this year’s too.” -wackjob
Oddest Seasonal Disorder: “Hanukkah. 8 nights of performance anxiety…” -Betsy,
from Six Words on Jewish Life.
Best Wordplay: “Wanted: Pear tree for unemployed partridge.” -TeaTopper
Sweetest Comment Section: “Turned 63, 63 body parts broke.” -Bevvie, who was warmly welcomed back with encouraging comments after an absence from SMITH.
Most Self-Aware: “Resolution list is looking awfully familiar…” -Susan Breeden

2 responses

  1. bevvie says:

    props to all

  2. http://www.szhlyg.com/home.php?mod=space&uid=3007 says:

    Xu Meng washed five times because the head, so the speed is slow, it would still be dressed in bathrobes, see Liu Yiyi this outfit, he suddenly a lower body, bathrobes are not cover this big tent, so Xu Meng I simply bathrobes fling, Liu Yiyi naked in front of you. Also exceptionally shook showing off their capital.

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