In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about cheating.

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Writing prompt: In SIX WORDS or fewer, write a story about cheating.

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Tom Marcinko

4 years ago

Winning: Now the only thing left.

slwaller

4 years ago

The votes weren’t counted, this time.

Jacki Lippman

4 years ago

The Boss always won… or else.

Naseem Jamnia

4 years ago

She answered my call, not him.

Anonymous

4 years ago

Why did you know her email?

Mike Rudin

4 years ago

Quiet moments now became the loudest.

Irene Bell

4 years ago

I win. Because I said so.

Hildie Block

4 years ago

Professor, I can’t fail this class.

disperser

4 years ago

Read the rule. Still wrote seven words.

Jessica

4 years ago

Stolen kiss. Cheap hotel. Marriage counseling.

Kevin

4 years ago

Weighted dice, jailed twice, married thrice.

Glenn Morgan

4 years ago

My perfect child could never cheat!

Misty Mikes

4 years ago

But then she removed the Spanx.

Carl Peel

4 years ago

Vows out. Thrills In. Lost everything.

LMCottrell

4 years ago

He cheated. No “happily ever after.”

Ray Sanders

4 years ago

I caught her palming an ace.

Misty Mikes

4 years ago

@Carl Peel: lol, I think you win. XD

Mike Rudin

4 years ago

Shattered the frame. Burned the picture.

Mike Rudin

4 years ago

Got new boyfriends: Ben & Jerry.

Mike Rudin

4 years ago

It’s bad. She cried during yoga.

Mike Rudin

4 years ago

He coped via online writing prompts.

Scott Rainey, Portland Oregon

4 years ago

Who counts votes. All that matters.

Edward

4 years ago

Head start offered at cliff’s edge.