Stories tagged “alliteration”

  • Brilliant Butlers

    Brilliant butlers boldly behold barren beast. Barren beast balks at being beheld, blithely beats the brilliant butlers who bleed. British Bobbies bar beast from being beheld, by order of Baron.

    • Author: wackyvorlon
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Geared Golfcart

    Gregarious gentlemen gather geared golfcarts. Gawk at gorgeous Gloria, geared golfcart goes to ground. Gorgeous Gloria grabs geared golfcart, greeted by gregarious gentlemen.

  • Ecuadorian Earless Eagle Engineering

    Envisioning excitement, Ernie examined every Ecuadorian egg. Engineering earless eagles earned emeralds easily. Even Eddie, erudite earthquake expert, effortlessly examined Eagle eggs. Earnest Eddie eats everyday, examining Earth’s ecological env...

  • Thothe's Sauces

    Sally shopped seeking sumptuous sauces, spotting Thothe’s Sauces serendipitously. So saying, she sauntered swiftly south, surveying Thothe’s Sauces’ selection.

  • An Alliterate Aardvark

    Allison Alred’s amazingly agile and adorable aardvark, Alfred (Alf), astonished all after Alf ate Ali’s award-achieving azaleas. After all, aardvarks annihilate Arizonian ants! Agreed?! “Alas!” ailed Ali, aching. And anon, Ali&#...

    • Author: Dave Oei
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Alphabetical Alliteration

    Allen Alfredson, was a brutish bully, constantly conniving and doing dastardly deeds. Each elegant eaglet that flew free from him grieviously grew into a horrific harpy, indicating irrationality. Joining jaguars, jackrabbits, kangaroos, kinkajous, llam...

  • Undead Usher in Unemployment

    Compulsory cremation creates massive mortician malaise. Author’s note: 60 characters too short? Bah.

    • Author: DarkPrimus
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Aaaaa!

    All ardent authors agree all attempts at altruistic autobiographies are always as annoying as abundant alliteration. *okay, this probably doesn’t qualify for the challenge because it’s not quite an entire story. Also, my vote for the winner...

    • Author: futurist
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
  • Alliterated Allegiances

    All assurances against another action assuaged apprehension. Bothered by bullying, both bonded between back-stabbings. Curiously cautious concerning coming communicated change, Charles contemplated choices. Does Don’s deeper depravity denouncement di...

    • Author: John Perkins
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Assonance, My Friend (Read This and Just Laugh)

    Sure Sherbert’s Burgers cure The BBQ skewer’s Nerves so I’ve heard Napkin knotting Blotting blurbs Of cotton words Splurging, curbing Certain terms Unearthing worms Confirmed answer? No chance My tiny dancer Of romance And I’m...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Totally Tyrannosaurs (Alliterated) Free Flow Fun

    Tad’s totally tyrannosaurs! Isabelle island is inhabited By brutish Outlandish ostriches, Wheaty watches, why… Sandwich swatches! Canvas crowns Envelope everything— even Kansas Kings Can call coins ‘ca-ching!’ Panoramicall...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • William Wellington (6/16)

    William Wellington wore white wherever he went. William was albino and only accepted an achromatic world. He had crazy conceptions, often offending people in public, perplexing them, threatening to take their colored clothes, babbling about burning blu...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted about 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • #19 Under the Moon

    Weasels walk ‘neath waxing white wheel while white water waiters whisper in Wakashan.* With words wild and wandering they wean the wallpaper with wide-eyed warning. as wisps of women waltz with wanting wanderlust in war-torn Warsaw. Workaholic wa...

  • #21 The Thieves and the Thugs

    Then, the the thespian theorised thus: that thieves so thick, thought thrice that thriftier thugs went thin of throne to thunder’s thrills. Thus, those thieves thought to throw thumas* thread with thrum to throttle their throats and thus, think ...

  • Angry, Angry Arguers

    “My l-love is a lie. All in all, my life is l-l-lacking in what you might like to call l-lust, or perhaps l-la liberté de la sexe. L-l-laugh if you lean towards the l-lighter side. My leaving is entirely m-my loss, which I shall l-lament the re-...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5