How much can you write with just three words? How far can the story develop?
When writing stories, authors brainstorm a lot and they usually scribble nonsense here and there before they get a sense of what they would like to write. There would always be a group of words that just bunch up together and work so well that they can form a story. Any number of words are okay, but how far can it go? Does the author have enough plot to make a story flow? Does it make sense? Do those bunches of words connect together?
This exercise is used to work on brainstorming techniques. Just think of three words. Why not the first three words that come into your head? Make a short story of it and post it in one of these chapters.