What if LIFE had a bulldozer? You could dump anything and everything bugging you into a pile and the Life Bulldozer would pick it up and take it away. All gone! Goodbye:~)
What would you like bulldozed out of your life? Leave your answers in the comment box:~)
Results of “The Happy Ending” Challenge
This was a challenge to write a happy ending for the above picture. To be a winner and included in the link list, you had to do TWO things:
1) Included the following sentence: Although the picture appears to have an unhappy ending, here’s what really happened…
2) Write a happy ending for the picture in 50 words or less.
Best of Dark Humor Shay, Shay’s Word Garden
Cool Cat looked back on the night he had had. That fish skelly would have been good, but the fat man had chased him away. Where is the love, wondered Cool Cat as he walked coolly (how else?!) down the alley. Then he saw the fat, flightless bird. Joy!
Best Magical Happy Ending Carrie, Cherry Blossom Tattoo
The spell had been broken at last! The rejected Witch hadn’t forseen the real, passionate love a twitcher can have for the song birds she watched and listened too. Just a little peck and feathers had molted; he stood before her, a glorious reinstated, naked man…… Sara grinned. And Sara DID grin:~)
Best Take on a Movie Lynn, good things happened
And when the audition for “Angry Birds – The Movie” was over, the Cardinally challenged Gordon realized he had shed feathers and gone through all that red dying for nothing. As usual, Handsome Harold got the part.
Most Clever Comment Kelvin, Puppet Kaos
The bobcat ate the bird. The bobcat had a good meal is now happy. The end.
While not part of Kelvin story ending, the following explains his ending and why I found it clever. Of course, I am aware that most people won’t consider that a happy ending; I don’t. I just want to point out that, sometimes, whether a story has a happy ending or not depends on who you are cheering for.
Most Clever Comment to Another Comment Amy L, 3 t0 9 Travels
The bobcat and the bird spent the night cuddled together, protecting one another from the elements. When dawn broke, the bobcat groomed its good friend, the bird, ridding it of any diseased feathers. The bird was able to fly away, free and healthy. Note: Amy loses ½ a point for not including the FULL sentence that was supposed to precede her “happy ending.” However, her response to Kelvin’s story was great:~)
Best Fight Scene Linda, From Rainbows to Roses
Bert and Chuck were arguing over who had the best nest-building skills, and soon feathers were flying. Nearby sat Monty, watching the whole thing and shaking his head. When the fight was over, Monty swooped in an gathered a beak full of feathers. Now who has the best nest-building skills?
Sweetest Ending Klara
She recognized that the sweet little birds were not killed by her cat. It was sweetest thing in her life when she saw: the cat was sleeping in the grass while the birds were jumping around her.
All the replies were excellent, clever and definitely made me laugh. Gold stars to everyone. Feel free to copy and save yours:~) I thank everyone who participated in this contest.