At weekly meetings, aspiring writers are often expected to write something at the drop of a hat. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't.
Sometimes the exercise spawns a semi-decent idea, that can be tweaked and prodded into pretending it's a real story.
These aren't those.
These are the ones left bleeding on the floor of the operating theatre. They are not full stories. Just bits of scenes. Paragraphs. Snippets.
Most writers leave these tucked away in private notebooks. That's probably where they belong. But on the off-chance anyone wants to peek inside the mind of an aspiring writer to see how ideas develop - and often die - here's your chance to read 20 ad hoc short shorts that might at least raise a smile.
”Funny as Hell.”