Have you tried to write six-word sentences? After being called wordy- lovingly, might I add- I was challenged to write less, tell more.
A few years ago I would have said, "I have a bachelor's degree in English Literature. I don't do that."
Today I say, "I work in marketing. Short sentences? No problem."
Bras & Pants: Boob jail and no-fun island.
Internet: Clever cat memes behind every corner.
Sex Dolls: No bro, that's latex, not love.
Doctor Who: Stephen Moffat, stop fucking everything up.
My Facebook Timeline: Did everyone get knocked up purposely?
Watching WWE documentaries on Netflix: So many garbage cans under ring?
Monday Morning: Stronger than coffee, weaker than cocaine.
Self Check Out Shopping: Ain't no item in bagging area.
Drinks: vodka club soda, lots of lime.
Cats: Pretty balls of fur and destruction.
Sleep: I will cut you, snooze alarm.
Capricorn: Most stubborn man ever, sexy though.
Pizza: I'll start my diet on Monday.
Halloween: Not a whore, wearing her uniform.
Obama: Makes you pay check, raises taxes.
U2: Trifling, Apple stock owning tiny Irishman.
False Eyelashes: I'm going to figure you out.
Target: Need one thing, buy all things.
Bible: Why no kangaroos, All-Knowing Creator?
Ann Coulter: Stumble into battery acid and perish.
Haute Couture: We have curves, design for them.
Truman Capote: You owe Harper Lee a coke.*
Not too bad for my first time!
*I can't not be wordy. Harper Lee (author of To Kill a Mockingbird) did a tremendous amount of research and word on Capote's most famous novel, In Cold Blood. He was well-known before it, but that book made him a pioneer of the Literary Non-fiction genre. It's a fantastic book and Harper gathered much of its content, while working with Capote as he was sent to Kansas to gather the story's information. Capote owned a lot to her and I don't think he was honest about his practices, and that she deserved much credit for the book's stellar account of true events. Pro-Harper.