Friday, March 29, 2013

GOT TO USE AN IDIOM

This weekend at the Trifecta Writing Challenge they're asking for exactly 33 words including an idiom somewhere within. Examples of idioms include - add fuel to the fire or wear your heart on your sleeve.

http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/2013/03/trifextra-week-sixty-one.html

Here is my endeavor in response to this week's challenge:

Joe and Charlotte had a wonderful yet usual relationship in which they loved each other more after a huge argument where each one kept on ADDING FUEL TO THE FIRE of their disagreement.

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  1. Sounds like a fiery relationship

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    1. It one sense it was, however it made for some steamy action later on in bed. :-)

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  2. Wooo angry sexy time lol Cute piece!

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    1. Glad you loved my endeavor for this prompt. THANKS for your feedback,

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  3. had to take a (mental) deep breath there, but I like it. :)

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    1. Sorry for having put you through that, but I'm glad you liked in the end. :-D

      Happy Easter to you and yours.

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    1. THANKS for you feedback.
      Glad you liked it.

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  5. Nothing like an argument to re-kindle the romance... ugh. Just wish it weren't that way!

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    1. Marie, we all have our own ways to "ignite the flame" with in us.

      THANKS for the feedback

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  6. As long as the fuel is love! Good one.

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    1. Hi Kymm

      THANKS for the feedback. As I told Marie we all have our own ways to "ignite the flame" or to make sure our love will last and always be there.

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  7. Possibly they liked to "kiss & make up" after the arguments & thus kept arguing?;-)Cute take on the prompt:-)

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    1. Glad you liked the spin I took on this week's prompt. But then again, you caught on to the gist of my purpose to writing this.

      Have a GREAT DAY.

      And no fighting with you other half unless you're definitely going to be making up afterwards.

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  8. Robin - the one good thing about having a tiff...is the making up afterwards ;-) Well done.

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    1. Glad you like my response to Lillie's prompt for this week. It looks like you, me, Atreyee, and many others are all in agreement about fighting and making up afterwards. If we can't then the relationships we've fought so to get in the first place will be lost forever.

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