Sunday, 20 July 2014

Just spoofing

Here's a genre spoof competition. It might be fun but probably only if you pick a genre you don't usually write or you'll be left trying to create murder mysteries with no red herrings and wrongly suspected characters and romances where nothing stops the couple getting together.

This is my Dad's new horse. I'm not spoofing - it really is. What he's going to do with it I couldn't say. His sense of humour is rather odd. (Obviously not a hereditary trait)

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    1. No he didn't, Lizy. He's creative in lots of ways, but painting isn't one of them.

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  2. At least that horse won't eat him out of house and home.

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  3. Oh wow - what a brilliant horse! He looks very friendly :-) x

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    1. He never said or did a mean thing whilst I was there, Teresa.

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  4. Love that horse! Your dad sounds like my kind of guy.

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    1. If you like your guys with a lot of character then he is, Linda.

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  5. No hay and no cleanup! Fantastic.

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  6. Is it actually as big as a door frame?

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    1. It's as big as a really big horse, Linda.

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  7. Ha, that's awesome! That's definitely one horse you can ride without the fear of being thrown off. ;)

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  8. No vet bills either. If I owned him I would race him, looks fast, very fast.

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    1. He didn't seem speedy to me, Neil. Maybe he was resting?

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    1. I dunno, Wendy. First you suggest I make up words, now you doubt my dad's horse. Anyone would think you didn't trust me!

      Yep, it really is.

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  10. That's fun. You could stick him in a field, and put a sign up, rainbow horse manure rainbow sold here.

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  11. Groovy, baby! Peace and love to the world.
    Hoss wants your Dad's horse's autograph carved into a carrot please

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