Break

Inspiration: 1954 Roger Bannister of Britain breaks 4 minute mile (3:59:4)

Break a record MDBC2016

Break a glass

Break a heart

Brakes on a car

Breakfast

 

Catch a break

Give me a break

Break the silence

Break a deal

 

Break bread

Break a fall

Break up

Breakdown

 

Breakdance

Break a leg

Break in a pair of boots

Break a sweat

 

Line break

Big break

Breakthrough

 

Break apart

Break in

Breakout

Break a habit

Lunch Break

Spring Break

 

#MDBC2016
May Day Blogging Challenge 2016
What is it?
A way to make sure my friend and I continue blogging in May because we need to be held accountable.

How does it work?

Using http://www.onthisday.com/ find an event from history for each day of the month and use that for an inspiration for our daily post. It can be anything from History, Music, Film & TV, Sports. And of course creative license is allowed- to tie back to the historical event in any way we find relevant.

What is the format?

It can be any length but should be fairly short. It can be a poem, story, an essay, a rant, and editorial, etc. Posts should be hashtagged #MDBC2016 on social media.

What happens if we don’t post?

Absolutely nothing, except we will be disappointed with ourselves and each of us is required to make the other feel bad if this occurs.
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2 thoughts on “Break

  1. I used to write what I called, “word plays” where I would analyze different ways to look at a word. I really enjoyed your “play” with the various definitions of “break.” You wrote this in a clever way! 🙂

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