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55 Fiction – The Exam

She wondered if she could ever count each of the twinkling stars in the night sky. The clock in the tower struck 9. She had to get back to reading her text book, ignoring the weird grumbling noises her stomach was making. The flickering orange street light looked like it would go put any minute.

Edited to add: This is the start of a new tag game. I now tag Rayshma to complete the next part of this story in 55 words exactly. She, in turn, will tag someone else and come back to me and tell me whom she has tagged. This way I can follow the story to its end. Each person tagged will inform their tagger whom they’ve tagged, so that the thread can be followed.

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Comments on: "55 Fiction – The Exam" (13)

  1. rayshma said:

    now that u’ve explained.. it all makes sense.
    but seriously… next time u’re hungry.. PLZ eat! πŸ˜›

  2. rayshma said:

    bitch!
    but given my levels of vellapantii… i accept! and shall post it tomorrow… πŸ˜›

  3. Seriously G, eat the next time!! πŸ˜€
    But, this has been written well and Raysh – all the best!!! πŸ˜›

  4. rayshma said:

    done! tagged preethi. will inform her NOW.

  5. very interesting.. πŸ™‚ and I found you.. somehow had lost your website!!

  6. Very interesting n creative! Sadly wont be arnd for a mth..so will be hard to track the story..can u do the job of collecting it all n post the final story on ur blog?pretty pls:)

  7. Gaah! For some reason I hate these multi-contributor stories. The charm in one’s mind is lost. Lekin if you folks can pull it off, good luck ahead! As of now, the build-up seems fine. πŸ™‚

  8. @ rayshma: Bah.
    @Pixie: Thanks, await your turn dear. πŸ™‚
    @preethi: And I thought you were upset or something. πŸ™‚ Will wait for your story.
    @Pavi: Enjoy yourself babes! Sure, I’ll post the entire story, if people take it seriously.
    @Sudipta: Yeah, me too. Although, it wasn’t supposed to be this way. The story was just 55 words and that’s how I intended it. You can just read my 55 words and think of it as the end or you can follow the story to its end. Truth be told, rayshma and I had an argument and it made me tag her to continue the story. πŸ™‚

  9. all done.. come read!!! πŸ˜›

  10. […] “She wondered if she could ever count each of the twinkling stars in the night sky. The clock in the tower struck 9. She had to get back to reading her text book, ignoring the weird grumbling noises her stomach was making. The flickering orange street light looked like it would go put any minute.” [galadriel] […]

  11. Hey nice blog..Especially loved the layout.Count me in as a regular. πŸ™‚

  12. me is not liking the lack of new posts. i have nowhere to go and maaro vishesh tippani.
    πŸ˜›

  13. […] stomach was making. The flickering orange street light looked like it would go put any minute.” [galadriel] she considered her options. she cud complete reading before the light died on her. or she cud eat. […]

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