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Friday, 7 January 2011

100 Words for 100$ Blogfest



Elena at You're Write. Except when you're Rong is hosting a great Blogfest.

There's even a video! (but I'm not clever enough to copy it!)

Visit Elena's blog for all the rules and prize info.

Here is my sentence, which does not even have one semi-colon!

“I was wondering, seeing as how we seem to get along so well and have so much in common, such as our love of literature in all its many and varied forms, appreciation of the beauty of a landscape seen from the hills in the golden glow of a late summer evening and an eerily similar sense of humour, whether, given the expectations of society with regard to a person’s personal circumstances when the bloom of youth has past and the propriety of intimacy between two people who are unattached, you would consider doing me the honour of marrying me?”

:Dom

10 comments:

  1. Great sentence, Dom. I'm sure the asker would receive a resounding yes.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  2. Well done! Such a nice smooth flow. And I like how you went with a question instead of a declarative sentence.

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  3. Very nicely done! I agree with Liz - great flow :)

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  4. I can just picture a nervous young man doing that. Nice.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, fantasy author

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  5. Well, I don't know you too well Dominic, but I'll think about it.

    Oh, wait, that was your entry. Yes, you're officially entered. Thanks for joining!

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  6. AWWWW That was wonderful! I love the ending...great sentence!

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  7. How could a girl refuse? Wow that is one amazing sentence! :O)

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  8. Yes! Says the person being proposed to! :-)

    Awwwww how romantic!!!

    This is great!! Well done you!! Take care
    x

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  9. I love your sentence! Best proposal I've read. :)

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  10. Awwww! That's a heck of a sentence!

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