Back at the beginning of October Clare Dudman at Keeper of the Snails ran a BAFAB (Buy a friend a book) competition, requiring participants to submit:
" ...a story of exactly 101 words (not including title) written using words spelt exactly as you say them (e.g. I wint downt laik an got owt me buk. Twas gud buk. I cudnat stop reedin.) The theme is 'guilty pleasures'."
I submitted a piece in Strine and I won, so I have been informed by Clare.
You can read my entry in the comments here.
Needless to say I am chuffed, not giving myself a snowflakes chance in hell of winning.
Thanks Clare, I should run something similar myself, but I fear I have not that many readers.