Apparently a ‘drabble’ is a short story containing exactly 100 words. For these purposes I presume that a string of numeric digits like ‘100’ can be considered to be a word. I read about this on the alt.fan.pratchett newsgroup, though "read about it" might be a bit extreme; all I read was that it’s a short story of precisely 100 words. The point of this rambling paragraph is to determine just how much text you can make with 100 words. A quick look at the statistics for what I’ve written indicates that the lexical century is not an awful lot.