There's a bit of folklore about Ernest Hemingway taking on a bet that he could write a story in just six words. As the story goes, he wrote, "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." The origin of the six-word story isn't likely true, but I still find the idea of minimalist writing to be a compelling one. I think some of the best writers out there are the ones that can trigger your mind to fill in all kinds of information they never actually gave.
So here's the challenge.
1. Create a story in exactly six words. You must at least imply a narrative in that space. Bits of setting or description don't count.
2. For simplicity's sake, we'll count contractions as a single word.
3. Compound words will also count as a single word, regardless of whether they're hyphenated, closed, or open. (http://www.k12reader.com/compound-words/
4. In keeping with the example story, the sentences do not have to be complete (in the grammatical sense), but they do have to be intelligible.
I don't have a great idea at the moment, but since I suggested the game, I'll go first.
Holy or unholy. Only one homie. Only this gun. Lonely 'cause don't anyone know me.