Bonus Wordle “The Letter A” – Anthony Aardvark

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This week’s words: Atypical Almond Avoid Ankle Angle Always Agonize  Amplify Avoid Arduous Artifice Abracadabra

Anthony Aardvark had a sore ankle. He agonized over it as he refused to go to the doctor.

Anthony was an atypical person as he loved to bake with almond meal. He baked all sorts of cakes and was never one to avoid putting plenty of almond milk in his baking.

But his ankle was hurting, and as he was averse to pain of any kind and always looked for the Abracadabra solution which required him to always wish upon a falling star, his pain didn’t go away.

His problem ankle was amplified when he walked anywhere, and so he had to avoid walking as it was the cause of his continuing adversity.

So arduous was it he took to riding a bike which when on a certain angle upon cornering he would lean at such an acute manner many thought he would come to grief.

Anthony Aardvark applied as much artifice to his every day as he could believing if enough people noticed they might feel sorry for his obvious afflictions.

 

Written for: https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2018/09/17/bonus-wordle-the-letter-a/

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7 Responses to Bonus Wordle “The Letter A” – Anthony Aardvark

  1. Anthony was an atypical person as he loved to bake with almond meal. I just found this so hilarious, I think because it was an unexpected way of describing a person haha Great job and you even put extra A’s in an A++

  2. A few extra ‘A’ s from you Michael. An enjoyable read.

  3. James Pyles says:

    I’m picturing a cartoonish aardvark hobbling around his wee kitchen.

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