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Under the sea – Covert Ops

Lost Sock

“lost sock” by James Lee is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Hey, look at all this neat stuff! I know someone who’d like this. You think I could take this…what do you call this…oh yeah, “sock” for my…I mean her collection?  No, I don’t like the ocean at all. Why?

Dive in and read! Lots of writers making a splash with 42 words!

 

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22 Responses to “Under the sea – Covert Ops”

  1. Kreative Kürze|Creative Brevity

    Shopping at a garage sale for your mermaid girlfriend is always fun. 🙂

    (At least that’s what came to mind when I read this).

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  2. Jennifer G. Knoblock

    Well, this explains a LOT. Great job conveying the voice here!

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  3. Kir Piccini

    ah Flounder, you’re always thinking of Ariel! (but someone is going to be missing that sock!) 😉

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  4. C.C.

    Brilliant title because it certainly seems like those missing socks must be part of some secretive covert ops….but who knew it was under the sea and involved mermaids? Fun post 🙂

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  5. KymmInBarcelona

    Hehehe Missing socks provide an endless trove of speculation!

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  6. Meg

    You crack me up. I’m picturing a mermaid wearing a sock. I bet it’s a sparkly one. 😉 Great take, as always, on the prompt…I love how you always veer us off into a totally different direction.

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