Six Sentence Sunday 5/6

Hey everyone, this week in Six Sentence Sunday #sixsunday:

Here are six sentences from:
Post-Apocalyptic Nomadic Warriors: A Duck and Cover Adventure

The majority of the world had pursued the accumulation of stuff: bigger homes, fancier cars, more advanced TVs, smart phones, and more.

They kept smart phones in their pockets and family and friends at arm’s length. And when the end came and there was initial chaos and rampant starvation, people learned all too well that you could not rely on stuff. You needed friends. A dead phone provided no companionship; an empty house no comfort. The latest fashions provided no food, but you could always eat a close friend.

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Thanks for reading
– ben

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7 comments

  1. I love the second sentence.

  2. Ha, the punch of that last sentence is priceless. Well done!

  3. This is exactly what will happen when the end comes.

  4. Karen de Lange

    Ha! So true, and funny as well! Great six.

  5. HAH! Yes, the best kind of friends are organically produced ones. :)

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