Wait, What?

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Further empirical proof writers do not think like normal people. The following are actual excerpts (more or less) from conversations among my writer friends. Yeah, I know.


“I used a wooden pencil in a story I wrote to stake a vampire.”

“Did it work?”


“Lately I’ve been doing a lot of research on hobos.”


“I made the mistake of reading The Strain right before trying to go to sleep. When the ice maker made a noise in the kitchen, I freaked out. So I jumped up and grabbed the Samurai sword next to the bed.”


“Sometimes I think I’d like a monkey tail.”

“Like, in a jar?”

“No, on my body. Then I could pick up things with it.”

“Oh, ’cause I could get you one in a jar by 3 p.m.”

One thought on “Wait, What?

  1. Alisa July 18, 2011 / 9:43 pm

    I’m trying to guess who might have said what…

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