What would you like said about you at your funeral? “Are you sure you don’t want to hang around?” Ali laughed. “For my own funeral?” Koenma shrugged. “It is how I convinced Yusuke to take my offer of a second chance at life.” “Yeah but he was just a kid then,” Ali said. “And unaware … Continue reading Prompt 229-Eulogy
Is that really you? Have you finally arrived? I've opened my windows today hoping you'll stick around for a while. The cats are certainly enjoying your visit. The house already feels fresher. I've been inspired to begin a list of projects to do around the house but it is already longer than my arm. I … Continue reading Hello, Spring!
What requires your patience today? Surrender to me, child. Give up this foolish struggle. Izanami sounded as bored as she always did, but today she betrayed a small measure of irritation. Mika strained to contain the intense power flowing through her, but that slight change in the demon’s demeanor emboldened her. She laughed through gritted … Continue reading Prompt 228-Patience
Rewrite some of these commonly used idioms to make them more interesting, or maybe start a story: “Pardon my French,” “My mind is in a fog,” “There is more than one way to skin a cat,” “You are on thin ice.” “Pardon my French, but you’re on thin fucking ice.” “That’s not even French.” “It’s … Continue reading Prompt 227-Idioms
Were you ever bullied as a child? Tell a story of a time you were bullied, or a time you observed someone being bullied. Liam is smart, handsome, and polite with the teachers. He smiles and the girls swoon. He’s athletic and supportive of his teammates in all the sports he plays during the year. … Continue reading Prompt 226-Bullied
Do you do good things when no one is watching? Listen. I am the type of person who, in role playing games like Fallout, given a choice to be good or evil, regardless of whether or not it effects the end of the game, will always go the honorable route. I don’t want the NPCs … Continue reading Prompt 225-Good Deeds
If you had a child who had done something very wrong, such as stealing, how would you punish them? There are three phone calls a parent dreads. “Your child has been arrested.” “Your child has been taken to the hospital.” “Your child has died.” Ryan counted his blessings that of the three possible worst phone … Continue reading Prompt 224-Discipline