FOWC with Fandango — Twitch


It’s October 8, 2022. Welcome to Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (aka, FOWC). I will be posting each day’s word just after midnight Pacific Time (U.S.).

Today’s word is “twitch.”

Write a post using that word. It can be prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction. It can be any length. It can be just a picture or a drawing if you want. No holds barred, so to speak.

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19 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango — Twitch

  1. Rall October 8, 2022 / 12:50 am

    every time i see him
    i get a twitch
    become a tad breathless
    i dont’ like this
    i don’t need this
    i hope
    it never happens to me again

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  2. donmatthewspoetry October 8, 2022 / 3:35 am


    They’d sprinkle fairy dust
    And twitch their little nose
    And all the windows would be sparkling
    I’d have no dirty clothes

    A struggle Fan. Best I could do……

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    • Fandango October 8, 2022 / 8:15 am

      Samantha, from the 60’s American sitcom, Bewitched, used to twitch her nose to make magic happen.

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  3. Marleen October 8, 2022 / 9:06 am

    It’s starting to make me twitch, that charts and graphs are trotted out to supposedly support a conclusion… but when you look at the chart or graph as presenting information rather than being colors on a screen, with little to no meaning other than (supposedly) the imposed voice, you see different actual data. Last night, again, this happened. This time it was a graph (last time a chart). The presentation made me wonder if the news announcers/host had looked over the whole thing before reading off his teleprompter. Or maybe he didn’t care about the details in that he felt his ask, in the end, was going to be good no matter what. Well, I’m going to tell you what the graph really showed, as opposed to what the study writers superimposed. Beginning in September of 2020, the lines tracking deaths of registered Republicans and registered Democrats stopped crossing back and forth across each other. From then, the line for Republicans has been always higher than that indicating observation of Democrats. The study only involved two states. (I haven’t looked for the study itself yet in order to see if it was all deaths or only Covid deaths.)


    • Fandango October 9, 2022 / 3:54 pm

      You fit a lot of prompts into that very short post. Well done!


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