120 Word Sentence – Adjectives and clauses

BR – 120 words

My little sister Ava, who is a petite, blond, seven years old tom-boy, went to see the newest Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, and was so deeply terrified in one long, violent, dramatic, action-packed, deep winter scene in which Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, dressed as normal people, met a very short, stout, grey-haired, wrinkly, older woman who led them up a concrete walkway with a spiderweb of cracks beyond a grey, wooden lattice fence into an aging, sad-looking, grey, drab, two- story, eyesore, decrepit house whose yard was dirty, snowy, unkempt and abandoned where she promptly turned into a gargantuan doted brown terrifying big eyed long tung sharped fanged venomous snake

LR –   Dave’s Thought  – 179 words

Normal, average-joe Dave with his pong t-shirt stands in his some what small mediocre rabbit infested front yard while thinking of the genetically modified large hormone infused mooing cows, the old blank boring television, the insane never ending annoying infomercials, the crippled old dying trees, the small defenseless cute endangered animals, the humongous shrinking rainy Amazon rain forest, his short grocery list that consist of non-cracked eggs, fat free spray cheese, organic milk, and the delicious small brown cookies thats name is Oreo, or fancy print “The End” at the end of a movie, the small monkeys that oddly dance for left over pocket change, the mythical mysterious triangular Bermuda Triangle, the large colorful hot air balloons, the toast oven the makes bread warm and toasty, the romantic fan raged Twilight series, the circus that has a bearded women, the short man, the man who lays on a bed of nails, and the sword swallower. After this long list of thoughts, Dave thinks: “Is this the meaning of life?”

DW – 158 words

Brown haired, tall, thin and not very smart Billy Bob and chestnut colored hair short and stout and not very smart Sally Sue Boo went to Piggly Wiggly, Publix, Old Navy, Oops, Costco, Walmart, Target, Once Upon a Child, Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works, Bed Bath and Beyond, Children’s Place, Juctice, Fox Music, Harris Teeter, Marshels, TJ Max, Tuesday moring, barns and noble, branch banking and trust-or beter known bb&t, books a millon, bilo, food lion, stain mart, Wonder Works, Hobby Town, Hobby Lobby, Build a Bear Work-Shop, JC Penny, Belk, Chick-fil-a, Alanta Bread Company, Macys, Paneria, Game Stop, Hocus Pocus, Party City, Pet Smart, Pet Co, Dollar Tree, Ludens and the pound to get a loving, sweet, cute, trained, abel to stay at home for 48 hours dog and a lime green leash and Benaful for 29.99 chistmas gift for golden colored hair, tall and thin, loving, kind, sweet, smart Julie.

JV –  140 words

When the police came, they chased the lumbering sumo wrestler, Jon, and the slightly rabid rabbit all over the road because the sumo wrestler, Jon, and the slightly rabid rabbit went lumbering and hopping down the slightly over paved road trampling any happy, sad, angry, joyful, depressed, dumb, slapped silly, unsuspecting passers by creating a lot of angry, unsuspecting, slapped silly people who had reacted by calling the police, crying really loudly into their phones and rolling around on the street which made them angry suspecting, slapped silly people,  who called the police and crying very loudly in to their phone, rolling around on the slightly over paved road which was now forming 120 sink holes that 3000 annoyed angry, suspecting slapped silly people fell down while the police that were chasing sumo wrestler, Jon, and the slightly rabid rabbit.

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One response to “120 Word Sentence – Adjectives and clauses

  1. I LOVE this! 🙂 What a great writing exercise, for ANY age. 🙂

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