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{March 17, 2012}   And the requisite smart ass entry for the weekend

Trifextra Weekend Challenge – Entry Number Two … from the ODNT Smart Ass Collection.

Rules: All entries must total exactly 33 words and they must include the word ‘Lost’ in the title but not in the story itself.

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Trifextra Entry #2 – Lost

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“I need to write about it?”

“Yes.”

“But I can’t say it?”

“That’s right.”

“What the … ? Who am I , Lou Costello?”

“Sorry. I don’t get it. That reference is completely … wasted on me.”

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Thanks for the inspiration, Mr. Costello.

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El Guapo says:

AAARRRGGGHHH!!!
Really, that’s the highest compliment possible for this. ;)



booguloo says:

Excellent. Two of my favs.



Snicker. I don’t know who’s on third.
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I love that Abbott and Costello routine. I’m always amazed they could do it without tripping up.

I liked your entry too – and the censorship of the forbidden word :)



Thanks for linking up to Trifextra this weekend. I love the meta feel to this. Also love the reference. Hoping the challenge didn’t frustrate you too much. We’d love to have you back on Monday.



mrsoneday says:

I love this one. Abbott & Costello were great. I love it when they show those old Abbott & Costello Meets Frankenstein, Mummy, Wolfman movies. I thought this was really great!



Thanks, ma’am. It was fun writing it … and revisiting this old gem.



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