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“Encyclopeadias Brittanica, you were my Legos.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Friday, March 16th, 2012

By Jessica Naudziunas

This week, everyone said hi to Pi, ides and iPad. Meanwhile, the SMITH community played with words, sharing stories via Six-Word Memoirs. Below are the best memoirs of the week. For more reading, click on each author’s name.

Best Imagery: “Spring is flirting with my tulips.” -skyrocketjones
Biggest Adjustment: “New mom: living in three-hour increments.” -treehugger
Toughest Narrative Arc: “Scars are scripts of the past.” -KIASWAY
Most Self-Defined: “I’m the mainstream kind of hipster.” -onyxoutcast from SMITHTeens
Timeliest: “Encyclopeadia’s Brittanica, you were my Legos.” -bbhead
Best Celebrity Advice: “Adore everything. Because this is it.” -Jeffrey Tambor from his acting workshop at the South by Southwest Festival.

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