Flies arrived. The decaying had begun.
I love the concept of the six word story. Legend has it that Ernest Hemingway penned the following six word story to win a bet among writers: “For sale, Baby shoes,
Never worn.” It seems that this is probably just legend, or for that matter, an outright lie. That does not change the fact that a six word story makes for compelling inference.
As some background, I currently have an outbreak of fruit flies in my kitchen, and no amount of cleaning seems to dissuade them.
What is your six word story?
What should you be doing right now?