Question Roulette – The Alphabet Story

Three years ago I bought a book in Tampa which is meant to be a great for creative like minds and for the past three years I have made it my New Years Resolution to complete it. The book is called 642 Things To Write About by The San Francisco Writers Grotto. I never got round to writing many of them so what’s a better way then getting through them then writing a few as an article each week! Enjoy.

585. Open your medicine cabinet describe a pill that is in there?

Paraceptamol – it is such a great one to have due to when you have headaches they really help you out.

586. Write a story in which each sentence will begin with a different letter of the alphabet. 

Albert was a very fun guy

But he wanted to do something exciting

Cleo, his cat always went on an adventure at night

Due to this Albert decided to go one day with him

Even though he had a plan, his cat did what he wanted

First thing he did was go to a dark alleyway

Going into a bin was the way that Cleo got extra food

However Albert was dissapointed

” I need more excitement then a bin Cleo”

Just as he was giving up hope, the unthinkable happened

King Mortimer the neighbours dog ran up to Albert

Leaped onto his body and bit of his nose

“My nose – arghhhh my nose!”

Now, the nose was completely bitten off of Alberts Face

Only now Cleos cat paid attention to Albert being there

Precisely at this moment Cleo got his claws out and attacked King Mortimer

“Quickly Run” purred Cleo the cat to Albert

Ran, he ran as fast as he could without hesistation

Suddenly a bear jumped out of nowhere  and leaped at Albert

“Two animals in one day! Help!!!!!”

Uunderstandably the bear was scared at this noise and ran away

Very much later Albert was in the hospital

“Wow your nose! It’s all gone!” said the Doctor!

X-rays proved that all the bones had dissapeared

You should never trust Cleo The cat

Zero lessons were learnt that day.

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