The oracle told me my name would be remembered for eons, my deeds recorded in history. Her last words were; ‘Break a leg.’
Guess which part of her prophecy came to pass.
This is for Trifecta. The challenge is simple: use an idiom in a story comprising a maximum of 33 words.
Hmmm… Break a leg?
Heh 🙂 You got it. Thanks for reading Ted
I think Ted got it! Nice entry!
Thanks a lot Lumdog
Love the humor of this! I’ll go with Ted’s guess 🙂
Thank you Janna. And Ted is right of course.
Love this! Great job with the prompt!
Thanks a lot Suzanne
OUCH, pass the painkillers. 🙂
the oracle could still be right!!!
Maybe… Thanks a lot for your comment Kir
watch that first step
Haha! 🙂 Thanks for reading Barbara
😦 Surely your pullin’ my leg? 😉
Heh 🙂 I am.
Ooh ooh I think I know! (:
One golden star if you get it right :p
😉 well an Oracle is always right
Yup. That’s what they say.
Break a leg is a theatrical superstitious term. It is unlucky to wish an actor luck when they are about to go on stage and break a leg is an acceptable alternative, goodness knows why.
I never liked that phrase! That’s why I chose to use it here in this way.
I see you believing in tempting fate.
Heh 🙂 I do.
I like the twist, very funny, 🙂
Hehe 🙂 Thank you, I’m glad you like it.
Ha!ha!Good one Sandra:-)
I’m glad you like it 🙂
lol You were probably wearing yellow!
Oooh, so cynical! I love it. Well done!
heh 🙂 Thanks