Sunday, August 14, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - Aug 14


Six more sentences from I.O.U. SEX. When three women track down their high school boyfriends, they get more than one surprise. In Kiki's rendezvous with Greg (he's now a televangelist), she has to defend herself against his rough treatment and smacks him in the nose with her elbow. Blood splatters his chest. Then ...



He pointed at her with an outstretched arm. "Seductress. Daughter of Satan. Come here and minister to my needs."
     Kiki stopped only long enough to grab a Bible from a nearby table and heave it at him. When the sharp corner of the book hit Greg square on the bridge of his nose, he screamed and collapsed back onto the carpet. 


Here's a link to a video about using elbows in self-defense: Elbow Strike


To return to the Six Sentence Sunday list and read six sentences from a plethora of talented writers, click here: Six Sentence Sunday. Thank you, Sarah Brookes, for hosting. 

31 comments:

  1. A very satisfying outcome to the scene. Thanks for the video, too!

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  2. She threw the book at him! Love it!

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  3. Take that you moron!! lol! I love it!!

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  4. She should have aimed lower! Great six.

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  5. LOL. I love the hypocritical evangelist getting taken out with a Bible. Perfect.

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  6. For some reason, my six sentences didn't post as scheduled. Probably something I did! Anyhow, better late than never. Thanks for your comments.

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  7. lol that's funny. Wish I would have thought of that when I had issues with a guy like that :-)

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  8. Wow, that's one resourceful heroine, not to mention some kind of poetic justice! Go Kiki! Love it!

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  9. Kiki has my vote. Justice delivered in style. Masterful six!

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  10. Very nice. And thanks for the link to the self defense lol :)

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  11. I'd say he can consider himself smited...or is it smoted? LOL Who cares, she got him good with the Good Book!

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  12. Fun. Fun. Fun. Love it. An eye for an eye.

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  13. Ouch - that would have hurt, but gather he deserved it.
    (I know you are from the south Sandy...)

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  14. Nicely done: violence we can feel good about. :) A fast-moving six. And good self-defense information is a public service.

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  15. Kiki rocks! She's my kind of heroine! Great conflict resolution in this six! Loved it. :)

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  16. Go Kiki! When he's bad, book 'em. Fun six.

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  17. Great six. And thanks for the link. Why don't they teach self defense to girls in PE instead of girl's basketball?

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  18. ahahaha! I love it! Fantastic six!

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  19. Fabulous six. Love that she 'throws the bible' at him.

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  20. Minister to his needs?! I would have thrown more than a book. Great six! Really enjoyed it.

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  21. Oh my! That is both terrible and awesome!

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  22. Agree with Bree! Take that you moron! Great Six!

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  23. Ouch! I'm definitely curious about how the heroine found herself in that situation. lol

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