Witness Statement

Lord Overton started it by declaring that Davidia was a ridiculous name, not realising it was Lord Laketon’s wife’s name. Laketon threw his glass of port at Overton, but missed. Lord Everidge slipped on the spillage, hitting his head on the door and knocking the Duke of Hampshire into Sir Henry, who swung a punch which missed Hampshire but knocked Laketon out cold. By the time the police arrived, everyone was unconscious… except Overton, who was singing Swagger Jagger.

Does this make sense? I wanted to explain how the brabble in the growlery began, but I think I foozled it.


This post is part of the 100 Word Challenge for Grown-Ups at The Head’s Office

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15 Responses to Witness Statement

  1. Bill Dameron says:

    Makes perfect sense to me! Love how you were able to combine all of the words in one sentence!

  2. Oh this has made me laugh, very clever, love how you put them all in the last sentence.

  3. Louise says:

    Nicely done! Funny, clever and well written – really good work.

  4. Susan Mann says:

    What a great way to combine the words into once sentence. They sound great together.

  5. Julia says:

    What fun! This was brilliant! At first I was not sure I was in the right place but you put that twist in the end. Thank you so much for joining the 100WCGU!

  6. Anna Halford says:

    This was great- very atmospheric 🙂

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