WEP: Get In!

Sam: (Shaking his head vigorously) No I won’t!

Mother: Why not?

Sam: It’s too deep. I’ll sink.

Mother: Oh come on, Sam. It’s not that deep. See even little Peter got in.

Sam: He probably never knew. At least give me a lifejacket first.

Mother: (With an exasperated sigh) Sam, will you just get into the bathtub before the water gets cold.


G for Get In!

PS: This also happens to be one of my favourite posts which is why I decided to repost it 🙂

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Word Count 62: FCA – Preferred (Though all kinds of comments are welcome)

The February 2018 WEP Challenge: In Too Deep

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30 responses to “WEP: Get In!”

  1. Short but cute
    LOL
    It did say 1000 words or less

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  2. Hi Bernedette. Lovely to meet you. Love this little play script with its twist at the end. So cute. Thanks for joining the WEP challenge. It’s so great to have our first playscript!

    I’m not sure you’ll get too many comments as I spent a long time working out how to do it, then I hit on the idea of the date. Have had that before.

    Thanks again for joining us! And for coming by to comment on my post.

    Denise

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  3. Too cute and brought a big smile 🙂

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  4. LOL. Wonderful, simply wonderful! Short and to the point. A little gem of a story.

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  5. Hi Bernadette – I’m popping over after submitting my entry to the WEP challenge. I enjoyed your teeny tiny story. It was soooo difficult to comment – I don’t think there is an option on your blog.

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    1. Hi Kalpanaa, Thanks for taking the effort in figuring out the comment part. Will try to fix it the next time.

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  6. Cute microflash! Great to meet you here at the WEP.

    It took me ages to figure out how to comment.

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    1. Sorry about the comment issue, will try to fix it next time. Thanks for commenting though.

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  7. I am laughing at your very cool ending. At first, I thought they were at a swimming pool or he was getting to dive into a large body of water, but then found out it was the bathtub. Great ingenuity. Just love it.
    Shalom aleichem,
    Pat G

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  8. Lovely and fun! Yes, a true gem of an entry. Thank you. Love that you’re new to the WEP. Great short!

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  9. Very cute. Not sure at first how deep the water was, like a swimming pool, or if there truly could be danger.

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    1. That was the plan: to give the story a slight twist/surprise ending

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  10. Hi Bernadette – well done .. such fun – and I thought there was going to be a lot more to the story line … but yes in too deep – he wanted to be sure he was safe … and that exasperation in his mother’s voice. Lovely – cheers Hilary

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  11. haha worries that need not be. Kids are fun indeed. Great little snippet.

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  12. This was so cute! I remember a time when my kids were this way about bath time.

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  13. That was funny! Cheeky humour comes out well in posts! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Deepa. Nice to see you enjoyed it.

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