Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Top Cat - Three Word Wednesday

Three Word Wednesday where you write something using the three prompt words.
This week's words are  ... Dabble, Lean and Utter.

 It's Officer Dibble, not Dabble you idiot!"
"Are you sure?"
"Duh ... yes."
"What was the tall lean one called then ... was it Bonny?"
"No, it was Benny, Benny the Ball, not Bonny the Ball, and he was the small one."
"Are you sure?"
"YES! ... how did we get on to Top Cat anyway?"
"You said about a cat with a hat on."
"No, I didn't."
"Are you sure?"
"I think I'd remember talking about a cat with a hat on."
"Maybe you meant to say a dog?"
"No, I didn't, please!"
"Please, what?"
"SSHH...  don't utter another word, you're driving me mad!"
"Oooh, touchy, it's not my fault you can't remember stuff."
"I can remember stuff."
"You can't even remember which one was wearing the hat."
"That's because there wasn't a hat!"
"Well why do you keep going on about one then?"
"I'm not. I wasn't. Oh I can't even remember how this conversation started!"
"See ... I told you you can't remember stuff."


SeaThreePeeO said...

LOL! Have you been listening in to my conversation with my husband?

Angel said...

Very cute, and scary because I've had conversations almost that silly.

Kim Nelson said...

Love it!
Made me want to see it illustrated and bound.

R.S. Bohn said...

LOL! That was a helluva ride. I think someone's gonna end up with a black eye, though!

shail said...

The words creatively used! :)

Sumit Sarkar said...

awesome...i can't stop laughing... :D

jaerose said...

Oh, I so wish I was there in that debate about 'Top Cat' - there are so many other debatables 'Rhoobarb and Custard', 'Chorlton and The Wheelies', 'Willow the Whisp','Moschops the dinosaur'..thanks for the trip down memory lane..(and for visiting) Jae

gautami tripathy said...


This is so good!

dead man and his shoe painting

Deborah said...

Thank you for your comments, and Jae you really know your kids TV! LOL you sent me down memory lane too :o)

Monica Manning said...

That was hilarious! And very well done. It's not easy to write a dialogue-only story and maintain distinct characters. Kudos!

Monkey Man said...

You are so good at this.

faith said...

Ha! I can so relate to this. In fact, sounds much like a recent conversation I had. :)

ThomG said...

very witty use of dialogue. You nailed it.

Rashmi said...

You are very smart at writing dialogues.

Deborah said...

Thanks so much for stopping by and your comments x