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Hello everyone!

It seems I omitted this month's writing challenge from the newsletter. My apologies!

For the Men: You are shopping for baby supplies with your pregnant wife when you run into your EX GIRLFRIEND. You broke up with her just a year ago, telling her "I'm not the marrying type." Now, 12 months later you are married AND you obviously have a baby on the way.

Tell us . . . what happens?

For the Ladies: You are pregnant, and shopping for baby supplies with your husband when you run into your EX BOYFRIEND. You broke up with him just a year ago, telling him, "I'm not the marrying type." Now, 12 mounths later you are married and obviously pregnant.

Tell us . . . what happens?

If anyone feels like working any interesting twists into the scenario (what happens when married man with child on the way runs into ex BOYFRIEND with whom he broke up a year ago . . . or similar scenario for the ladies) go for it. Be creative. Be wild. Be daring.

I can't wait to see what you guys come up with! Deadline is February 25. Please put "February Writing Challenge" for the title so I know it is an entry, and put it in the category "Writing Challenge."

Happy Writing:

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The following comments are for "This Month's Writing Challenge"
by OchaniLele

get your pens ready
This month's writing challenge sounds intriguing. Get your pens or keyboards ready and start writing!

I encourage anyone who might be interested to enter this contest. It benefits your skills in writing and spotlights your story.

Good luck!

( Posted by: sandra [Member] On: February 6, 2009 )

Submit 1
"Sorry, sweatheart; I could not concieve of concieving a child, as an expert on odds, that may or not be yours. You've fucked so many guys it would take a lottery to figure out who indeed is the father. Take this one to court, bitch; and you'll likely take it to the grave."

I put the binky back in the innocent's pouting mouth, reluctantly resisting the urge to suck it.

( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: February 7, 2009 )

Soos submit 1
Well, not exactly on the same level or length as AndyHaven's entry under the category of "Writing Challenge", but funny and also raging with realistic sadness ;-)

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: February 7, 2009 )

Challenging Task
I moved my thing to "features", the location clearly instructed by Nicki Hoi. About two dozen had read it, with no scores registered. I must follow simple rules. Perhaps those bound by "rules" might read outside the lines.


( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: February 26, 2009 )

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