40 Six-Word-Stories That Express So Much In So Less

Who says you need a lot to express your feelings?

The fiercest, the most heartbreaking, the happiest and the most surprising of expressions can be put through even the least number of words. Here a few examples, that use mere six words to open the Pandora’s box.

1. Born a twin; Graduated only child.

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2. We’re lying in bed. She’s lying.

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3. Strangers. Friends. Best friends. Lovers. Strangers.

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4. “Wrong number,” says a familiar voice.

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5. “You’re not a good artist, Adolf.”

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6. “Male?” “It’s an older driver’s license.”

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7. Paramedics finished her text, “…love you.”

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8. Unwanted boy grows into wanted man.

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9. Failed class. Attempted suicide. Failed again.

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10. The smallest coffins are the heaviest.

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11. ADHD. Searched for cure. Got bored.

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12. Millions gathered protesting death. God laughed.

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13. Should’ve. Could’ve. Would’ve. Didn’t. Didn’t. Didn’t.

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14. Dreamt of flying. Crashed into reality.

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15. Apathetic prophet makes a pathetic profit.

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16. Married. Till fatness do us part.

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17. Pillows? Swords, Nunchuks, Maces, and Mauls!

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18. Alzheimer’s Advantage: new friends every day!

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19. It’s all over: surgery; chemotherapy; life.

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20. Went abroad. Finally feel like home.

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21. Heart surgery finally opened his heart.

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22. Brought roses home. Keys didn’t fit.

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23. Match, made in heaven, ignited hell.

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24. My Dads met at Bible Camp.

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25. Dark eyes dart. Blonde boy blushes.

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26. She merely smiled. His world stopped.

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27. 2112. Human ignorance boiled the earth.

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28. Empty Bassinet. Unstained Bib. Aborted Decision.

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29. Columbus tumbles off world. King refunded.

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30. Disputes between nations. Sorrow among families.

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31. Human slaves. Robot slaves. Human slaves.

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32. Death extends his hand, smiling, “Deal?”

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33. First sentient robot: “Turn me off.”

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34. “It’s yours. She knows I’m gay.”

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35. Torched the haystack. Found the needle.

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36. Wasted day. Wasted life. Dessert, please.

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37. Dot in the sky. Dead pixel.

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38. “Amputation complete!” “Um…Doctor…wrong leg.”

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39. Hung jury compromises. Innocent gets hung.

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40. I am free in my cage.

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Truly, brevity is the soul of wit.

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