Ends on November 4, 2016

For the purposes of this contest, an ANAGRAM is the result of rearranging the letters of one word to form a second word. For instance, "angle" is an anagram of "angel" and also an anagram of "glean." I know anagrams can use multiple words, but that's not what we're doing here. It's very clever to turn "Marie Curie" into "radium came" but that's making two words into two words, and this contest is about rearranging ONE word into ONE word.

For this mini-contest, show, tell, or evoke a complete story in no more than 50 words. At least two of the words in the story that are at least six letters long must be anagrams of each other. You'll get bonus points for using more than one anagram (as we define it here), but story is equally important. Don't cram every possible anagram you can into your entry if it makes your entry read awkwardly or sound unnatural.

AWFUL AND FAKE EXAMPLE: "I will stop washing the pots." First, that text doesn't tell a story, so it's awful. Second, though "stop" and "pots" are anagrams of each other, they are not at least six letters long, so this example entry would be disqualified. 

Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern US time, Friday, November 4, 2016.

Length: Maximum of 50 words.