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  • Here's a 100 something word story using only one syllable words.

    That's a tough one, he said.
    What is, she asked.
    Can't think of words, strong words to tell this tale.
    Hmm, let me think.
    'One day, a long time back a king had three kids.
    When they grew up he told them to go and find their own way.
    They were full of fear but had to leave.
    The first son spent all his dough on loose girls.
    The next one spent it on booze.
    The third son learnt from this and came back wise and rich.
    The king was glad and made him his heir.
    And so they lived well for the rest of their days.'
    How bout you? would you like to spin a yarn using one syllable words?

    Picture taken before the Tiffany's show at Pattaya in Thailand.
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