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Six-Word Search: Spring

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

According to a generous sampling of Six-Word Memoirs, while we have mixed feelings about winter, summer and fall, spring seems to be a unanimous crowd-pleaser.
With Easter and Passover behind us, and lighter, longer days fighting to shake off the chill of winter, spring is most definitely in the air. With every day that passes, [...]

“May the family dynamics pass over.” The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Saturday, April 7th, 2012

There are two sides to every story, even if the story is limited to six words. Despite sparse tornados earlier this week, voters in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C. still managed to schlep out to the voting booths and elect Mitt Romney in respective Republican primaries. Primed by vast experience playing jokes on celebrities [...]

This Week in Six: “Love literally ran right into me”

Friday, April 9th, 2010

Each week, you send in hundreds of Six-Word Memoirs. Here are six we love from the week of April 6.
Best Easter Six: “Hiding my eggs, finding dust bunnies.”
Most Unleavened Six: “Shiksa hosting Passover. Did Hell freeze?
Spring Feverish Six: “I wanna ask you to Prom.”
Six Sad Words: “My heart. His wife. Present tense.”
What’s the Backstory Six?: [...]

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