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Twenty Entries!

I am delighted to announce (no, not the winner yet) that I received a total of twenty entries in the Tuckerization contest. The list can be found here:



saxikath:
I could not for the life of me remember where I had put my passport.

running_girl4:
Through the darkness, of the early morning creped a fearsome looking creature. Her coat glistened in the dull light.

pocketnaomi:
It wasn't so very long ago. But it's been forgotten anyway.

zmook:
It was the frog that first caught my attention.

blzblack:
The Mundanes had become a laboratory of evolutionary change.

scarlettina:
One shot to the head was all it took, all that was usually required.

scarlettina:
Five marigolds later, the experiment worked.

scarlettina:
The port was still burning, but even now he couldn't look away.

agracru:
"Delay your death," he said, "I want to tell you a story."

running_girl4:
As I fell silently through the dark void, a small pin of light moved toward me.

arib:
The door swung open, I looked up from my computer, sighed and said, "again?!"

somehedgehog:
"On a sunny Sunday afternoon in July, at a rest stop just off US-1, Jessica cut a deal with the Devil."

cellio:
A hand-written journal was the thing I least expected to find in my father's personal effects.

cellio:
The blinking light on the Caller ID drew his eye immediately -- 8 calls from the same unfamiliar number, no messages.

cellio:
As I watched the hands crawl slowly across the clock face -- a real clock, not one of those newfangled digital things with no soul -- I sighed, finally admitting that I could put this off no longer.

sethg_prime:
If this is what they do at his bris, Bernie thought, I'm afraid to find out what they'll do at the bar mitzvah.

magid:
"What I need," he said to the form in the corner, "is a really good idea for a story."

magid:
A Key. A Key might get them out of here.

teddywolf:
I sighed, and wondered for the fourth time today why I'd thought getting out of bed this afternoon was a good idea.

hakamadare:
"Your lucky number is 37185937629586738," declared the fat little man. "Look for it everywhere."



Now let me contemplate for a while...

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