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Argot: A conversation about the writing prompt
Posted by Douglas, Jul 19, 2014. 1155 views. ID = 6699

Argot

Posted by Douglas, Jul 19, 2014. 1155 views. ID = 6699
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So what's the scribble?
The sharpies blunted.
Exposition?
Your prompt broke the graphite.
Denouement?
Sequel, no victorizing.

Translation
So, what's the problem?
All the authors had writer's block.
Why?
Your writing prompt was too hard.
What do you conclude?
When you write the next writing prompt, don't get quite so abstract and complex; we're not Victor Hugo, after all!

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du courage
Jul 20, 2014
Brilliant! Indeed, there's some way to go before matching the level of Victor Hugo.
   ~Posted by du courage, Jul 20, 2014



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