Three

He had some toast he liked. It involved 3 of something, the last of which was an excuse to drink. I don’t remember the toast, but I remember that he always seemed charming when he recited it. I should have paid more attention to reason number 3.

Please leave a comment with your first 50 words on the topic “three.”

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “Three”

  1. There they were—splattered on the floor—the three scoops of ice cream along with the sugar cone. Cursing wasn’t going to magically provide him with another ice cream cone. It was hot, and he was hungry. Was it worth getting back on the long line again to buy another one? Shaking his head, he started walking towards the back of the line. Hunger had triumphed over frustration.

  2. Three causes the thought of rules, laws, and idioms. In a world where the number of opportunities is limited, the number three might be an integral component of a meaningful rule. In baseball the batter is out after three strikes. Sometimes three will mean there are no other chances available.

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