Saturday, 3 October 2015

THREE LITTLE WORDS. Come and Play

THREE LITTLE WORDS
October Fright Nights Blog Hop Post II

When most people hear the phrase 'Those three little words' they are put more in mind of Valentine's declarations of 'I Love You', however, we're going to mash that up and play a little Halloween word and creativity game. And if yours is the best entry (I get to judge and the guidelines are wish-washy) then you will get a little Halloween mystery trick or treat bag.


Let's play.

You have just three words to create the creepiest, scariest, freakiest, weirdest, Halloween story ever.
Here are a couple just to get you going, and to give you the confidence that you can clearly ace this competition if this is the standard of the example.

"I was alone."

"The blade fell."

"The virus spread."

"We killed everyone."

See, easy peasy - give it your best shot. Up to three entries per comment box please guys.

Don't forget to swing by the blogs of my fellow horror homies. They've got some great posts up, and some fab trick or treat swag up for grabs too. Thanks for stopping by and playing.


26 comments:

  1. Here you go, three creepy three word stories:

    "Death hates me."

    "I died yesterday."

    "Children taste delicious."

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  2. Here are my entries :)

    "The blood dripped"
    "The doll smiled"
    "My heart stopped."

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    1. Thanks for stopping by :) Love the third one. Dark :)

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  3. "Clown feeding frenzy."

    Thank you for a spooktacular stop on the October Frights Hop. Hop on over to my October Frights Giveaway at From the Shadows for a chance to win urban fantasy audiobooks and more.

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    1. Thanks E.J. Hope you are well and the creative muse is treating you kindly. One of my longest Twitter friends! So pleased to see you again. Let me know what you're up to by waving at me on Twitter. I'm really interested to see how its going <3 Thanks for playing. Love it!

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  4. The guillotine fell;
    Only silence remained;
    It was over

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    1. Thanks for stopping by on the blog hop. So nice to *meet * you. Thanks for playing. Love your entries. :) Happy Halloween.
      BTW - Between the ages of 6 and 14 I had recurring dreams of being under the blade of the guillotine.

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  5. Limiting myself to 140 characters on twitter is about the extent of my short-writing abilities! LOL Very fun idea though. :)

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    1. Hahaha - well it was a challenge. Have you heard they are going to extend the twitter character allowance. Good news and bad methinks LOL. Thanks for stopping by and saying hi though. Hope your hop is going well. :)

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    1. I have goosebumps and my imagination has just fired. Great story, Steve.

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    1. *Chuckles* and smiles sympathetically. I so love you Susan! <3 :)

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    2. lol... that's a good one Susan :)

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  8. "No, Sparky, NOOOO!"

    "That wasn't you?"

    "Tastes like chicken!"

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    1. :) Thanks for stopping by and playing :) Number 2 made me giggle - now that could be a serious horror story LOL. Love number 3 too.

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  9. "Blood thirsty kids."
    "Her head rolled."
    "Follow the guts."

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    1. Thanks Jackie for stopping by and playing. Three great stories. Number 1 has given me a good cold shiver and number 3 suitably icky. Great stories.

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    2. Thank you! I surprised myself with coming up with number one! It is pretty creepy!

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  10. Politicians control everything.

    How's that for horror? :)

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  11. "God eats people"; "Check the backseat"; "You are alone"... That's my three. Great idea :-)

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    1. Love them. Thanks, for playing Scott. :)

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