must have been crazy when she gave us the assignment to write page 202 of our autobiography as our first assignment in Creative Writing. I thought there was no way I'd ever write something that long in my life (looks like I was wrong though).
The brainstorming part of the assignment we did in class didn't go so well. I felt every single one of those questions were ridiculous. I don't like to think of the past, what's done is done, and that can't be changed. The future, I don't like to think of that either. There are so many different theories about the future, and no way to prove any of them right. Is there such a thing as fate/destiny? Is
The sound of the doorbell blasted through Eddy’s head. Eddy didn’t know what he did last night, but from his hangover, he was able to surmise that it involved gratuitous amounts of alcohol. Wincing at the sharp pain in his head, he groped for his alarm clock trying to stop the noise that brought him so much pain. It took him twelve seconds to realize that it was the doorbell. Groaning, he stumbled out of his bed, and grabbed for his robe. After an eighteen second struggle against his robe to figure out which way was up, Eddy stepped out of his room to answer the door.
As he walked down the hall in a near-somnambulistic state, h
Plans are underway for...Comrade Tanto in Attack of the Space Vixens from Outer Space, in SPACE!
Which means I have a basic idea of what the plot is. Commence a lack of guesses now.
Also, Rocktober really needs to get here sooner. Specifically Rocktober 13th.
Because I'm bored and am sort of tagged by PERSON
And before I forget, I found some more creative writing stuff that I need to submit here too...and the "Playing" field is too short. I wanted to add ": Colonoscopy Edition" since, well, that game has too many colons in the name.
1.Grab the book nearest to you, turn to page 18, and find line 4.
'"It's on the other wall, on the other side of the door.' From Red Sky at Morning. Not the environment one, the other one. I have no clue what this book is, I have never seen it before.
2.Stretch your left arm out as far as you can. What do you reach?
Fat air. Not to be confused with thin air. Or ae