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June 9, 2011

When I Die (55)


When I die, I want an eager audience hanging onto every word as I relate an intriguing, complicated story of thrills and suspense.

Then, in the midst of the story’s big climax, I fall over dead.

So everyone in the audience, for the rest of their lives, will ponder what was going to happen next.

20 comments:

  1. snickers...curse you...i want to know the end...

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  2. That will make you a great storyteller ~

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  3. I think we're going to be clamoring for more ... encore, encore!

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  4. I love this! The suspense and mystery and leaving them wanting more!

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  5. Well.... you get me all ready, and then leave me endless! THAT'S NOT COOL BUB.

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  6. That reminds me of the last words of Oscar Wilde
    "Either that wallpaper goes, Or I go".....
    Excellent 55 Eric.
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  7. I want tickets. Hmmmm, at least you'd die doing something you enjoy. And just think of the reviews! Why, you'd probably be a legend. :-)

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  8. Then they bury you, that's what happens next. ;-)

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  9. I love making up my own ending.

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  10. Well - don't leave us hanging, what happens next?!?!?!

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  11. Don't you already have one...I included? I often wonder what would happen if I died tomorrow. No one has the password to my blog. No one would post to let people know I've just dropped dead. It makes me wonder about people that have stopped posting without a word.

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  12. I LOVE your mind!!!!

    And spirit of love and fun.

    xoxo

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  13. You are such a unique storyteller, Eric! A story within the story. Love it!

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  14. hahhaha... you made even death seem so darned exciting, Eric!! ;-))
    I am already waiting (for the what-next, I mean) :))

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  15. That's probably the dream o fmany storytellers. Good, smile-inducing work.

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  16. Spoken like a true writer! It certainly seems a good way to make sure you're remembered...:)

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  17. Sheesh. That's not very nice! :)

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  18. LOL, you'd die with a mischievous gleam in your eye!

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  19. You have truly been an inspiration.

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