Pizza Party – 100 words Story

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The doorbell rang and I rushed to open it.

“Hello, my Gudia how are you? It’s been so long! And look what I got for you!!”

There it was! A pizza! Size, large!

“Ohh, today you want to taste  Pizza! Tomorrow you want to visit Italy!! What are you? A princess!! Your father works in my field. Do you understand that? Learn to cook. You need to get married soon.” A flashback played in my mind.

Gudiya, did you forget your uncle?”

I looked at my shining Gold Medal,  &  smiled.

‘This post is a part of Blogchatter Half Marathon  . Writing long articles sometimes is easy but to put a thought in just 100 words is difficult. So, I have challenged myself to focus on writing 100 word stories in this challenge, though I will be adding some long posts in between.

Love,

Chinmayee

*Gudia- doll ( fondly addressed to daughters in most of the Indian households )

30 Comments Add yours

  1. Mayuri6 says:

    Success has many friends. You have portrayed this so, so beautifully! Is this inspired by Mirabai Chanu?

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    1. Thank you for your kind words 🤗 . Yes it is .

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  2. Pr@Gun says:

    The impactful message was conveyed in few words. nice one.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words 🤗

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  3. soniadogra says:

    Ironical but true. Nothing succeeds like success.

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    1. Yes, Sonia . Until one is successful, talent never gets acknowledged . Ironical it is, for sure.

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  4. Matheikal says:

    Life is good too!

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  5. Abha Mondal says:

    Beautiful story 👏

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    1. Thank you, Abha for stopping by and commenting. Means a lot.

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  6. Made a strong impact in 100 words
    Deepika Sharma

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    1. Thanks a ton Deepika for your comments . It means a lot 🙂

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  7. An important message is hidden in such a short tale too. Nicely done, Chinmayee

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    1. Thank you so much for your comments, Manali. Means a lot 🙂

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  8. Tarang says:

    Very interesting! It’s so sad that people’s attitude change with your success/failure.

    It’s tough to tell a complete story in 100 words.

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    1. Thank you Tarang, for your comments . I totally agree with you 🙂

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  9. Harshita says:

    would want to know how many times you edited the story to get to 100 words and still have an impact 🙂
    Great job!

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    1. Well, a master of drafting 100 word stories knows the answer herself 🙂 Thank you immensely.

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  10. Varsh says:

    Hard work pays in more ways than one!

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  11. You have portrayed this so beautifully!

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      1. You’re welcome 😀

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  12. How do uh do that ..just in 100 words….
    Absolutely amazing 🙌🙌🌺💕

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  13. An impactful short. Nothing makes people change color like success or failure.

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    1. Thank you so much 🙂

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  14. Some else also asked and I realised that this was inspired by Mirabai Chanu! Beautiful story!

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    1. Thank you Pratibha 💞

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  15. Swati Khatri says:

    Thanks for writing this.
    Its really motivating.

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    1. Glad you liked it. Thank you so much 🥰

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