Transformaciones Extranas.Transformaciones Extranas.6 years ago in Humor More Like This
Era una mañana nublada en casa de los Jonas y se encontraban Nick y Kevin charlando en el pasillo.
- Hey Nick , mira esa chica salió de la habitación de Joe Dijo Kevin mirándola
- Wow ,-Respondió Nick- tiene puesto el pijama de Joe.
- Creo que alguien se estuvo divirtiendo anoche- Dijo mirando a su hermano.
- Oye chica, de casualidad ¿Esta Joe despierto? Le preguntó Nick.
- Nick no ando de humor para idioteces ¿Ok?.- Ella respondió.
- ¿Te conozco?.- Dijo Kevin.
- Soy tu hermano, claro que me conoces.- Dijo ella y los chicos cada vez se confundían mas.
Siguieron en esa discusión y resultó que la chica era Joseph que se había transformado en mujer. Nick y Kevin le pasaron ropa que su amiga Stella había dejado en casa, por
Discorded Chocolate MilkDiscorded Chocolate Milk3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
DISCORD CHOCOLATE MILK
2 TO 3 TEASPOONS OF CHOCOLATE COCO POWDER OR CHOCOLATE SYRUP
1 1/3 CUP OF MILK (16 OUNCES OR SO)
COLD WHIP CREAM OR REDDI WHIP OF ANY FLAVOR
COTTON CANDY(PREFERABLY PINK)
Take the coco mix or syrup and stir it into the milk until fully blended and dissolved. Let chill in the fridge for about 30 to 60 minutes.
Fill the glass with the milk leaving 2 to three inches from the rim (top) of the glass. Take the cold, thick, whip cream and line the top of the chocolate milk leaving a inch or two from the top of the glass.
Now finally take the cloud of cotton candy and gently shape it to fit in the remaining space of the glass, lightly resting it on the whip cream covering.
Now you have a Discord inspired cotton candy drink! Dip the straw
Suenio OMGSuenio OMG6 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Era media noche y de pronto de dio sed ,me dispuse a ir a la cocina.Las habitaciones continuas a la mía tenían las puertas abiertas , a medida que iba avanzando miraba dentro de ellas y en cada cama dormían plácidamente alguno de los Jonas.
Continué con mi camino hacia mi destino y me serví un vaso de agua cuando de pronto unas brazos fuertes me tomaron por la cintura.
- Ahora si que no te vas a escapar de mi .- Susurro en mi oído.
Me di vuelta y era Nicholas en boxer , se mordió el labio tentativamente..
Y ME DESPERTE!
The PoppyRed as soft as velvet,The Poppy2 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Flows throughout the fields.
Marking the death that pours,
Like an autumn shower.
Where once was all at peace,
Now marks the place of rest.
Blood pours between,
Each dainty flower blown within the wind.
The ghosts of all those fallen,
Walk with growing ease, at the sight of a single flower,
How could something of such great beauty,
Be marked as a symbol of death?
For one so innocent,
Is now a cause of sorrow?
100 Theme Challenge100 Theme Challenge on GrimmUlqui100 Theme Challenge6 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
20. GET OUT
28. Cotton candy
29. Do not disturb
40. I. Can't.
46. SHUT UP
70. You better not post this on Youtube
74. Teacher/Teach me
77. In your arms
78. Do you remember?
Characterization and NamesCharacterization and Names5 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Characterization and Nomenclature:
What's in a name?
As an author, one of the most important tasks in writing a story is building a character. Every small trait that a writer leaves, builds, and hints at, draws a reader into the story and gives them an image of each character, be it protagonist, antagonist, or miscellaneous extra. However, many writers overlook one of the strongest traits that a character can have: a name. Nomenclature can be one of the most powerful assets that a writer has in their endless battle to build a lifelike character.
The uses of a name
The craft of literature is always at some level a decision-making process. While names need not always be used, there should always be a conscious decision that a writer makes about a name. When making a conscious decision, one must be able to list the benefits that the choice yields: if one names a character "Charles," they should also to some extent be able to explain why th
Naming Your NovelNaming Your Novel2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
*This is also helpful for other types of fiction and possibly even non-fiction.*
Note: How careful you have to be naming your novel depends heavily on if you are planning to sell it, and how you are planning to sell it. If you are an unknown who is self-publishing and you want a lot of people to read and buy your novel, you need to do extensive research on the market. This article only covers a few tips, and I am in no way a publishing expert. But, even if you don't plan on going mass-commercial, that doesn't mean you shouldn't spend some time deciding on a name for your labor of love and I hope this article provides some useful ideas.
Consider important items--does your story revolve around a magical staff, sword or pendant? For example: "The Staff of Alema," "The Sapphire Sword," or "The Destiny Pendant." (I know these are cheesy but you get the idea).
Consider who your protagonist IS--is it an assassin, a magician, an apprentice
Quick Guide: Story OrganizingA Quick Guide to Organizing Your Fantasy/Sci-Fi NovelQuick Guide: Story Organizing4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
I'm going to try and briefly cover World Building specifically for Fantasy and Science Fiction (though it will apply in general to any setting), both major and minor Characters, and some basics of Timeline here. I am not going to walk you step by step through how to write your own story, but you should (hopefully) get some useful tips out of this.
I never used to organize my novels before I started writing. I have so many stories in my head, I would just pick one and start writing. I didn't have trouble keeping to the same details of a given character because I knew them so well. But after taking such a long break from writing Missing Puzzle Pieces, I really needed to do some serious work. I don't remember all the details I had in my head back when I started... in fact, I've completely forgotten the original ending. For those of you who don't know my story, which starts
The Guide to PhotomanipulationThe Guide to Photomanipulation10 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
So you want to learn how to dive into the ever popular digital art style known as photomanipulation. Why wouldn't you? It's quick, it's simple, it's popular, and it doesn't take much effort on a piece to get those +favs you long for. Some people think photomanipulation involves conceptual ideas, technical skill, originality, and an eye for composition. But the truth is, the more thought you put into a piece the less +favs you'll get so just ignore those ideas.
Just get rid of that brain of yours because you won't need it. There is no conceptualism in photomanipulation. Now that we've got that taken care of, you're ready to create art. Nothing in your photomanipulation needs to mean anything, you don't need to improve your skills, you don't need to experiment, you don't even have to work hard on a piece, you just stick with this guide and your art will be the coolest thing in town and get all the +favs and popularity you ever wanted.
Your New Style
Writers 100 Theme Challenge1] BeginningsWriters 100 Theme Challenge7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This