Say it in One Sentence

Most of us have heard by now of Six Sentences and they are great.  But, what can you  say in one sentence?  Running with Ruby Woo is my first attempt.  Try it.

9 Responses to Say it in One Sentence

  1. Dana says:

    I have not heard of six sentences.

  2. Scot says:

    you must get out more

  3. Julie says:

    I can’t even do one sentence on your blog comments! See? I just keep going. I need a freaking editor. I will give it a try, though. But yours is so awesome.

  4. maurie says:

    What a great format Six Sentences has become . fantastic .>

  5. Paul says:

    I have been thinking about this for a long time and it occurs to me that the sentence is a king of ontological construct designed by the anal retentive to force language into a kind of undeserved linearity which, only through the constant addition of adjectival and occassionally adverbial phrases, can be extended indefinitely in a kind of Orwellian nightmare of disporportionate proportions some of which will extend mesmerically into a kind of event horizon where in one loses one faith in the ability of our (admittedly frail at times) linguistic understanding of the existential totality of merely human existence on the face of this large blue and mostly nonverbal planet, and given that, it behooves us to admit the possibility of one eternal sentence, our lives.

  6. Paul says:

    126 words, hmm, I’ll be back for another crack.

  7. Scot says:

    yeah, what you said

  8. barry says:

    In the southwest corner of Farmer John’s cornfield, behind the weeping willow where all four of his daughters lost their virginities in successive summers to the same boy, Isaac and Ishmael built bombs and stored them in a dried up creek that hasn’t known water since July of 1976.

  9. Scot says:

    good stuff barry–excellent story

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