The Daily Prompt: May 12th

Rules:

  1. Use the prompt in the way it’s intended (starting a sentence, the title of the piece, theme, etc)
  2. You may write in any format you see fit (fiction, non-fiction, poem, song, script, etc.)
  3. Post your piece of writing in the comments section of the website to be considered for the prizes given
  4. The winner of each daily prompt will be published on the site in “Best of The Daily Prompt” section.

The Daily Prompt:

Finish this sentence and use it as the basis for a short piece:

“Every day of the week I _________, but Sundays are different. On Sundays, I ________.”

7 thoughts on “The Daily Prompt: May 12th

  1. “I will prompt u!”

    Every day of the week,
    i pop off.
    sundays
    I mouth off
    often popping your balloons mother-fu-

    n color-crap like that and i kick you in the
    a-
    natomical blackhead-gripping tweezer-member shop
    dick
    -ering to yourself in the mirror… like Oh s-

    plit me you pop-ship-dropper-boxing off on
    sun-day… mIne! mine-mine-mine !
    losses, you bitc-
    helping with foot-ball tosses weekends into tonguedead futhersuck-ingg sleep-
    yawn-der no help god longer broke. what the hell

    thank god it’s monday

    by Jim Aldrich.
    thanks guys!

  2. Every day of the week I awake to an alarm clock, but Sundays are different. On Sundays, I sleep right through the sermon.

    That’s never really gone over well. Mother never could get over it; but really,what could she do? Disown me? Not an option.

    My wife, on the other hand, left me. For the preacher.

  3. Every day of the week, I attempt to do my work, but Sundays are different. On Sundays, I make my way to church and spend the rest of the day finally doing my work. It is not as if I end up doing much of anything on the other days. Moreover, it is tragic to spend Sundays with schoolwork, but I haven’t changed it. The services would be more meaningful if I could see the others make use of it, to bad. And priorities are always f-ed up from daily distractions, so what develops is a vicious cycle.

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