76th Challenge Result (The first course is served.)

February 10, 2010

Sorry, I’m a bit late this week. I’m going to hand the blog right over to Debrarian…

Okay. Well, I guess there wasn’t anywhere to go but grisly with an opener like “an arm and a leg,” and this week’s entrants didn’t disappoint. Every one of them made me laugh, too:

The image of Hannibal in the frozen foods aisle, courtesy of Ben:

An arm and a leg.
Never grocery shop with
Hannibal Lechter.

Plastic carnage just in time for Valentine’s Day, from Joanna:

An arm and a leg:
What’s left of Ken since Barbie
caught him with Skipper.

But I’ll have to go with the ominous-yet-cultured tone (and the bonus “party of seven” pun) in mich’s pleasant little fine-dining vignette:

An arm and a leg.
Donner, party of seven.
The first course is served.

Thanks, Debrarian! And congratulations to mich! Our new first line is The first course is served. Start writing, and I’ll be back next week with mich’s pick.

Yours,
Joanna

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5 Responses to “76th Challenge Result (The first course is served.)”


  1. In keeping with the current theme:

    The first course is served
    The seventh party member
    lies on the table

    or, in the spirit of “Heart” day

    The first course is served
    Wine, Chocolate and kisses
    And then, off to bed

  2. Alec Says:

    The first course is served
    Hard time and kitchen duty
    ’til death do us part…

  3. Ben Says:

    “The first course is served!”
    Thanks for cooking Sweetie. Wait –
    are those McNuggets?

  4. Joanna Says:

    The first course is served
    Veiled insults with side of guilt
    Dinner with the folks

  5. mich Says:

    Ah, cannibalism, romance, prison KP, McNuggets, family dinners ….

    so much food for thought!

    I enjoyed the narrative arcs of all the entries, but have to go with Joanna’s “Veiled insults with side of guilt”; now THAT’S a family dinner!


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