A spot of ballet


Posted for Esther Newton’s Weekly Writing Challenge Option 3: Write a twenty-word story including all of the following words: DESTROYED, ALIBI, PROTOTYPE, NAUGHTY, BOB, and BALLET.

I feel generous today, so I’ve posted four, each one sillier than the last.

Apparently, naughty Bob, the prototype ballet bot,  destroyed the show by rescuing the dying swan. He had no alibi.

Bob stole my prototype self-dancing ballet shoes, then destroyed them. Now he’s looking for an alibi. Naughty man!dance-271

“Stop bobbing, Bob. No naughty alibi can deny it was you who destroyed the ballet, you prototype for dancing disaster.”

In a naughty ballet, Bob danced the prototype crime-preventor away and destroyed it.
The alibi? His wooden leg!

©Jane Paterson Basil


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