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The One Who Ate It All

Kevin, like most men, tended to measure himself by his accomplishments. That was why he worked so hard to get his picture up on the wall at Mister Meatmouth’s Restaurant.

“I ate it all,” he told his friends, “in one sitting.” They respected him for that.

Inexplicably, most women didn’t.


This story is based on a title suggested by @KittyCatalyst.

Junior Doesn’t Understand Women

“Dad,” said Junior, “I don’t think I understand women.”

Dad chuckled. “That’s common. Men never really know what women are thinking.”

“Yeah,” said Junior. “They open their mouths and all I hear is ‘blah blah blah.’ Literally!”

“Literally?”

“Literally.”

“Blah blah blah?” asked Mom, sticking her head in the door.

This Buytes

“Isn’t this dress just delicious?” Kelly enthused, twirling in front of the mirror.

“We come here so often,” said Ken. “Don’t you have enough clothes?”

“You don’t know a thing about women, do you?” said Kelly.

“Shopping bites,” said Ken. “I’m going home.”

She made him leave his credit card.


Editor’s Note: This story was based on a call on Twitter for an adjective, a verb, and an adverb. @CasperMcFadden responded with deliciousbites, and often.