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Friday, May 24, 2013

Acknowledgement of Guilt (Trifecta)

 
The note on the table said it all:

This post is for Trifecta Writing Challenge's 33 word weekend, the prompt is a "confession" of some sort in fiction, or non-fiction form.

See what other people have done with the prompt by clicking on the links at the bottom of the Trifecta page.

38 comments:

  1. A great story. I loved the layout - very clever.

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  2. Oh, that's good! And very telling of a certain character!

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    1. Thank you Sandra. It does reveal something of them... uh huh, hopefully not too much. (grin).

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    1. (just licks her lips and smiles) mmmm hmmmm ;-)

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  4. HAHA! perfect! I like what you did there

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    1. Who could be mad if they found that instead of their truffles?

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  5. I can resist anything but temptation, well done.

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    1. If it was a Lindnor truffle, I would be oh so guilty.

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  6. I've 'borrowed' a truffle or two, but haven't been kind enough to leave a note. The note should count for something, right?

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    1. I think it would be a good stand in for replacements coming. :-)

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  7. This is great! The best I've read so far, because that could have been chocaholic me!

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    1. Hahahah, my partner in chocolate crimes! Thank you for stopping in and reading.

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  8. very funny - hope the criminal is on the way to the store for replacement - else a worse crime might ensue ;)

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    1. I am glad it was fun for you. Yeah, I am afraid that in this household it could be considered a serious offense. Replacement truffles coming right up!

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    1. :-) One of the few delectable worthy of the crime.

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  10. Hahaha! That's too funny. I texted my husband last night, "If you're going to come home from work expecting a cold beer in the fridge, you'll need to pick some up on the way home." Confession enough. :-) Thanks for linking up. Don't forget to come back and vote.

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    1. Heheheh... That's a hoot too. I bet he stopped before he came home. :-)

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  11. Nice one! Truffles are irresistible... ;-)

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    1. Especially the ones that melt in your mouth... mMMmMMmm

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  12. Wonderful idea.

    Barbara @ allmylivesnow.blogspot.com

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  13. I always have a convenient episode of amnesia, as in truffles-what truffles? Cute piece!

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    1. Oh I like the way you think. If amnesia steps in there would be no need for confession!

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  14. I like the layout, I imagine this person going around with blank "Acknowledgement of Guilt"slips and filling them in as needed :-)

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    1. That could be a very cathartic venture. I will have to think about this for other such opportunities.

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  15. Love the Acknowledgement of Guilt as kind of Get Out Of Jail Free card.
    Reminds me of a William Carlos Williams poem I have on the fridge:

    This Is Just To Say

    I have eaten
    the plums
    that were in
    the icebox

    and which
    you were probably
    saving
    for breakfast

    Forgive me
    they were delicious
    so sweet
    and so cold

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    1. Thank you for sharing that with me; I had never seen it before. :-)

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