I really should try to use that passive-aggressive voice more in my writing. It’s quite humorous! 🙂
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And I got this from a real life editor, so that makes it okay to use when you write!
Parental-voice / rhetorical question voice
You ate six doughnuts? What the hell is wrong with you?
I think you’re on to something.
Grandma voice: Finish your donut, there are starving people in the third world.
Mother voice: Do not touch that donut until you eat your Brussels sprouts!
Neighbor voice: Can I borrow a cup of donuts?
Wimpy voice (remember Wimpy on Popeye?): I’ll pay you Tuesday for a donut today.
Carol, you should be a writer 😉
LOL, thanks for the tip, I think I’ll give it a try!
Love this. Donuts are so important to me.
Oh, here’s a good one. Polish voice: Who stole the six paczki?
Julius Caesar voice / Roman redneck voice
Et tu Brute? Then who et the other four.
It took me a minute, but I got it. Nicely done.
Hippie voice: All you need is donuts. All we are saying is give donuts a chance.
Patriot’s voice: Give me donuts or give me death.
Carol, you’ve made my day. The next time I see you, I’m going to buy you a DOZEN donuts.
Make sure they have holes in them Dawne. They have less calories.
Thanks, Joel. I’m sure Carol appreciates your concern 😉
Very true Joel! Also great for Sundays because they are “holey” (groan!)
Thanks Dawne, if I just eat the donut holes I won’t gain an ounce! (this site doesn’t let me click ‘like’ 😦
🙂 That was a great writing prompt Dawne!
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