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I've been researching different social networks which include Facebook, Twitter and a large variety of other programs which are all geared toward our current society's need for instant and brief connections,  sources of information and entertainment.   What started with the microwave oven then graduated to email which has allowed us to converse over great distances in short, concise paragraphs has now morphed into mediums like Facebook where all you have to do is put one sentence on the board to let people know where you're at or what you're doing or what you're thinking, etc.  Now there is Twitter for the briefest of all interactions possible.  Keeping this trend and these popular means of communicating in mind and taking into account what appears to be a trend away from the time consuming activities such as talking in person, writing letters or even reading books for entertainment, I've come up with 101 stories you can read via Facebook or Twitter.  Incredibly, each book will only take about three seconds to read.  Feel free to tweet or share these with any and all of your friends.

1.They knew it would last forever.   He died.
2.Nothing could stand in their way. She died.
3.The future was theirs for the taking. They died.
4.She knew he was the one the moment they met. He closed his eyes and died.
5.He didn't have eyes for anyone else. She closed her eyes and died.
6.It was a strange love, an unnatural love. It closed its eyes and died.
7.It was a joyride neither of them ever thought would happen. They closed their eyes and died.
8.It was a revolving door that brought them together for the first time. The door closed behind them for the last time.
9.He was nervous as he waited for her at the front door. The door closed behind him for the last time.
10.He knew he had met the love of his life. The door closed behind her for the last time.
11.As shopping carts go, it was just doing its job. The door closed behind it for the last time.
12.He could feel the energy flowing through his veins at the sight of her. He shuddered once and died.
13.Love was a torment, a torrent of sensations that coursed through her body. He shuddered once and died.
14.The creature didn't know what it felt was freedom. It shuddered once and died.
15.They loved each other instantly, never contemplating the future. They lived unhappily ever after.
16.It was the fairy tale she expected. She lived unhappily ever after.
17.He always knew it would happen. He lived unhappily ever after.
18.Their joy was contagious; it spread like wildfire. They were never seen again.
19.He was so attentive, so loving, so there for her. She was never seen again.
20.Her love was too great to ever do him harm. He was never seen again.
21.It shown like the Star of David. it was never seen again.
22.Her eyes welled up with love and laughter. Her eyes drifted closed for the last time.
23.His eyes welled up with lust and hunger. His eyes drifted closed for the last time.
24.Its eyes filled with longing and desire. Its eyes drifted closed for the last time.
25.It was a new beginning, the start of a new life. He walked away knowing it was the end.
26.She couldn't believe her luck, her good fortune in love. She walked away knowing it was the end.
27.They looked deep into each other's eyes; shocked at the emotion they felt for one another. They walked away knowing it was the end.
28.Their lips seemed to meet of their own volition, the contact electric. They kissed and she was gone.
29.His eyes held promises of love and sweet moments. They kissed and he was gone.
30.They both knew this was a love that would last forever. Her eyes clouded over and she was gone.
31.Her love would always be enough to sustain them both. His eyes clouded over and he was gone.
32.Time meant nothing, each day only brought the joy of hunger and fear. Its eyes clouded over and it was gone.
33.They were two spirits who collided on this world. They walked away, never to be seen again.
34.He knew he would never let her go. She walked away, never to be seen again.
35.She could hold him with her love; she could. He walked away, never to be seen again.
36.It was created from star dust and the purist form of energy. It walked away, never to be seen again.
37.Made from the cosmos and filled with the energy of God. All that was left was a lifeless husk.
38.Her smile could stop a man in his tracks. All that was left was her lifeless husk.
39.If he had been any more handsome women would have mobbed him. All that was left was his lifeless husk.
40.Its life knew no bounds, it had no limitations. All that was left was its lifeless husk.
41.It was a perfectly ordinary day that I came across it. My tears of sorrow flowed without ceasing.
42.She knew it was going to be a wonderful day the moment she set eyes on him. Her tears of sorrow flowed without ceasing.
43.He wasn't sure at first if meeting her was a good thing or not. His tears of sorrow flowed without ceasing.
44.Sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure I'm really awake. It was as though it never existed.
45.He walked through the door and into my heart. It was as though he never existed.
46.She never allowed anyone to take a picture of her beauty. It was as though she never existed.
47.I remember the stock market had gone up the day I met her. He was left with nothing.
48.She gloried in her ability to care for him and support him. She was left with nothing
49.He really enjoyed his life, it's simplicity and routine. He suddenly had nothing left to live for.
50.She was young, vivacious and popular. She suddenly had nothing left to live for.
51.Instinct brought it to the hole in the ground and the treasure inside. It suddenly had nothing left to live for.
52.She was shy and quiet, even hesitating to look into his eyes. They were the last words she ever spoke
53.Life was his for the taking, everything was going his way. They were the last words he ever spoke.
54.Nothing, absolutely nothing could come between them. They were the last words they ever spoke.
55.It's interesting to look back and reflect on where you've come from. Life was never the same.
56.No one could have ever imagined such a thing happening to them. Life was never the same.
57.Sometimes being a higher form of life has its advantages. Life was never the same.
58.Growing up is an adventure. Life as she knew it was over.
59.The first million was the best million. Life as he knew it was over.
60.First you're a little one celled creature. Life as it knew it was over
61.It grew up with many siblings. Loneliness would be its constant companion.
62.She never worried about the people in her life. Loneliness would be her constant companion.
63.So much was going his way, the world was his oyster. Loneliness would be his constant companion.
64.It swung in and out of the trees, the wind a joy rushing past its face. For it nothing would ever be the same again.
65.She could feel the solidity of the balance beam beneath her feet. For her nothing would ever be the same again.
66.The rifle in his hand was like an extension of his body. For him nothing would ever be the same again.
67.She wondered what it would be like to be held by him. It left her looking down into a pit of despair.
68.She was the one, she was the only one. It left him looking down into a pit of despair.
69.The fruit was plentiful, the mates were in abundance. It left it looking down into a pit of despair.
70.For them the future seemed like a long hallway with no ending. They knew the end was near, all they could do was wait.
71.Her wedding dress sparkled in the sunlight as she walked toward him. She knew the end was near, all she could do was wait.
72.His father greeted him at the door, a football under his arm. He knew the end was near, all he could do was wait.
73.This mission would be his last then he'd retire and enjoy life. He knew there was nothing else he could do.
74.She'd gone to school for a very long time and now was her time to shine. She knew there was nothing else she could do.
75.They gazed into each other's eyes over the candlelit table and smiled. They knew there was nothing else they could do.
76.They prepared for the baby's birth like a politician prepares for their campaign. It wasn't the ending they had hoped for.
77.They were best friend, right from the moment they met. It wasn't the ending they had hoped for.
78.His love of sports gave him immense joy but not as much as she did. It wasn't the ending he had hoped for.
79.She pursued him with a vengeance. It wasn't the ending she had hoped for.
80.It was made to do what it was doing and it was good at it. It wasn't the ending it had hoped for.
81.She was thirteen when I met her and she was beautiful. Her heart beat down the seconds until it was still.
82.He was so proud in his uniform, his boots shining softly in the early morning light. His heart beat down the seconds until it was still.
83.I remember the day it showed up in our yard, small, cold and frightened. Its heart beat down the seconds until it was still.
84.He was having such a wonderful time on vacation. The plane went down in a ball of fire and smoke.
85.She scored really high on the written exam, now all she had to do was pass the driving part. It was only seconds before she saw the front end of the car coming toward her.
86.He was only in second grade but he had already fallen in love. It was only seconds before he saw the front end of the car coming toward him.
87.It opened its eyes for the first time, blinking the film out of them so it could see. It was only seconds before it saw the front end of the car coming toward it
88.Their wedding day dawned bright and clear, it was a good omen. The poison hit its mark and she died.
89.He loved the jungle, the smells, the vegetation, and the people. The poison hit its mark and he died.
90.There was nothing wrong with what it did, it did it to survive. The poison hit its mark and it died.
91.They found where they could be, where God dwelled amongst them. The poison hit its mark and they died.
92.He was black and she was white and the time was right for love. Everyone knew from the beginning this was the only way it could have gone.
93.It was love at first sight and the world was brighter and clearer. She knew from the beginning this was the only way it could have gone.
94.He loved her; he couldn't help it because she was his. He knew from the beginning this was the only way it could have gone.
95.It didn't know what a road was, it only knew that sometimes it was warm and inviting. It knew from the beginning that this was the only way it could have gone.
96.I had no idea what that day was going to bring me. All the sweetness and goodness in this life left when it was gone.
97.She just wanted to give, to nurture to help others. All the sweetness and goodness in this life left when she was gone.
98.He stood there at the altar, straight, sweet and filled with the light. All the sweetness and goodness in this life left when he was gone.
99.It had a pink nose, big ears and large brown eyes which trained on me the instant they opened. It's leaving ensured she would never be the same.
100.Life was good, he provided for his family and she took care of the kids and his home. His leaving ensured she would never be the same.
101.He knew the moment he met her that she was going to become the center of his life.  Her leaving ensured he would never be the same.

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