Trifecta Weekend Writing Challenge: A 33-Word Letter of Apology Try #2


For this week’s challenge, you have to write a letter of apology in exactly 33 words. Addresses, salutations, closings, etc. (should you wish to include them) do not count in the 33 words.

Try #2

What happened to your shockingly-sensational, silk sari sipping Seven-up in the surrey at six on Saturday certainly sucks seriously.

Super sorry about your sari, Sarah.

P.S.  Oh and sorry about the Salmonella too.

Sid

Sarah

35 thoughts on “Trifecta Weekend Writing Challenge: A 33-Word Letter of Apology Try #2

  1. Ouch! Well, better 7-up than Coke, in the case of a yellow sari…. good one.. if a bit alliterative (right word? hmm… perhaps I mean sublimely sibilant…) :-)

  2. Hahahaha! I’m glad that you worked the word, “Salmonella” into the apology. It wouldn’t have been the same without it. Sarah is much more relatable now that I picture her wretching over a toilet bowl!

  3. My sincere apology for the fracas caused when I lost my diamong earring at your salon. You called to say you found it. My thought, “yeah, right; substitute in progress.” Pleasantly surprised untrue.

  4. Here goes a ‘rookie attempt…. I am cetainly sorry that such a shockingly, disturbing accident should happen to your superb car being crushed between a cement truck and a garbage truck that resulted in it being just trash.. Had to try! lol Diane

    • Bravo Diane! Haha! Are you sure you’re a rookie? You should post it at the Trifecta site! I highly encourage you to go for it! The link is at the top of the post . . . Good luck! :)

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