How Bad Could He Be? (For Trifextra)

Trifextra Weekend Challenge

Rules: Trifectra gives the first 33 words and we supply the last 33.

Voting: This week is open the public! Visit this link starting at 8pm EST on 3/25/12 to pick your top 3.

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Trifextra Entry #3 – How Bad Could He Be?

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“Seriously, what the hell’s wrong with you? That beast would eat our kid in one bite.”

“Aww, Stephen. He’s a St. Bernard. They’re trained to rescue people. And Tad really wants a dog.”

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Milo could take Cujo any day of the week.


Good Kitty.


22 responses to “How Bad Could He Be? (For Trifextra)

  1. one word . . . CUJO


  2. And this was the movie that came on after Amityville Horror (from my other comment). That is wild!

    Well done!

  3. Fun! Creepy, blood-stained dog kind of fun.

  4. How can those eyes NOT be cute? Milo is adorable! (BTW, I’m not sure if you saw my reply to your comment, but I did explain my post a bit more… It was indeed too vague).

  5. Yea, Stephen!! It’s cute!! 🙂

  6. Poor Cujo. I always felt so bad for that dog.

  7. I have a firmly held fear of animals who yawn the size of my head.

  8. I’ve lived in the US my entire life and have never read a Stephen King novel, nor seen one of his movies, so I didn’t catch the references either. (This should make Sandra feel better…but it doesn’t do much for my own self-esteem ;))

    I would choose the cat, anyway!

    • They’re not all worthy reading/seeing? (Sorry, Mr. King.) But Misery??? If you haven’t experienced that one, I highly recommend exposing yourself to it.

    • Janna, THANK YOU for “outing yourself” to make me feel better! I had a near anxiety attack after I realized what I had done. =) I was actually planning on reading King’s newest book (11/22/63) as soon as I finish Mockingjay. I’ll put Misery on my to-read list as well.

  9. This is one of the few that really made a seamless transition between the prompt text and your own 33 words. Very nicely done!

  10. I love this … and St Bernard dogs. Nothing terrifying about them, unless you have a pool. Apparently when you have a pool and a St Bernard, the pool gets neglected. Great piece.

  11. Shudder! Very evocative use of 33 words.

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