Mating Season

Whoa!  Weird!  Yestahday I couldn’t reach dis site.  I tought somebody stole um.  I was gonna call da intahnet cops.  But now no need.  Ho!  What a plop plop fizz fizz relief.  Anyway, jes pretend you travelled back in time an dis is Monday.  Sooooo, Bill an Ted

Aloha #WriterMonday. You know what that means, right? It’s prompt day fo da Bamboo Ridge Year a da Rat Writing Contes.  So da second #WritingPrompt for Septembah is

two construction cranes in Honolulu

You recognize da two Hawaiian Bird of Paradise, right?  I tink maybe everyone seen um out in da wild.  Guess what?  It’s not one endangered species.  In fact, it’s dese guys stay da mos healty bird species in da whole State.  So no feed um.  We no like encourage um.  Okay, so what about prompts?  Hmmmmm

construction
destruction
condos
rich people
population
procreation
overcrowding
condoms
first love
last love
not enough love
not enough space
no mo elbow room
bride and groom
Hawaiian honeymoon
mortgages
property taxes
loans

Plus anyting else you come up wit.  So use da prompt to inspire any piece of writing, any style, any howevah much words long you like, post um as one Septembah contes entry.  Eh!  You nevah know when your stuff might get chose fo publication in one fucha issue of Bamboo Ridge : )  So go nuts an write an post every day.

 

 

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