|Artist credit: Dan Duford www.poisonedplayground.com|
Give us the 33 words that follow this illustration. What happens next? You are welcome to use this image on your site, but you must credit the image with a clickable link back to www.poisonedplayground.com. – See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/2013/10/trifextra-week-eighty-eight.html?showComment=1380898624097#c824996905440137966
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Kissing a frog made girls into princesses. Bart wanted to be a superhero. But the swamp only had gators and lizards. Kissing a gator was hazardous. Kissing the lizard made him a zombie.
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Oh man. I grew up in Florida. This feels like a Redneck Riviera take on an old classic. 🙂 Thanks for linking up.
You must remember this, a kiss is just a kiss………well, maybe not in this case. Good take on the prompt.
Kissing is risky business :-s
I like to kiss my dog…so far, so good;)
Fun take on the prompt, Joe!
Perfect Halloween Story, Joe!
Thanks Ted. I wanted to try to go a different direction.
A tough lesson that you’d better be careful what you kiss 🙂
When you’re a youngster, kissing of any sort can be hazardous! I enjoyed your take on the prompt.