Monday, April 07, 2008

This memoir's just six words long

(I may be too tired to pull this off properly. We'll give it a go regardless, eh?)

By now, you have more than likely seen the original six-word memoir meme, wherein you are supposed to come up describe your life in six words or less.

Now, the goal is to be more creative - write six word memoirs for other people.

They can be for people you know, or celebrities (living or dead) or even fictional characters. There really is no limit. Well, except for the six-word limit.

I suppose to make this meme 'spread', I should list that people need to 'tag' others to play. So, you know, do that. And, of course, it would be great if when doing so, linkage back to here was included.

Here are my contributions!

Harry Potter - Boy Who Lived became somewhat pompous

Darth Vader - I Use Force, and hate sand.

Julius Ceasar - Should have listened to the soothsayer.

George Romero - Great zombie flicks, others kinda meh.

Indiana Jones - Why'd there have to be snakes?

Jeff Probst - Tribe's spoken. Come on in, guys!

John Lennon - Imagine. All you need is love.

Christopher Walken - My voice. Can creep. You out.

I considered doing movie synopses as well, but I really am too tired to create anything beyond what I've just done. But, really, the possibilities with this are endless. I don't really care whether this twist on the meme catches on or not, but if you do decide to play along, leave me a comment and let me know. I'd like to read some of the ones you come up with.

5 comments:

Annika said...

P@ - The brilliant ideas were all his.

Meghan said...

Christopher Walken - My voice. Can creep. You out.

Ah. Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha!

Anonymous said...

I'll give it a go. Check my blog later on in the day.

-Kirk

p.s. Your George Romero really can't be improved upon.

Simon said...

Brain - Tries to take over world, fails.

I might be able to do better when my brain has reformed from the pieces of random goo it finds itself in currently.

Stephanie said...

Also Probst - Wanna know what you're playing for?