Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #40

Hello from Nashville, y'all!  Here's my latest collection of writing prompts from my Tumblr blog.

#274  Use the words cat, rain jacket and orchid in a sentence.  Now use that sentence as a prompt.

#275  Write about what your main character did yesterday, from the time he woke up until the time he went to bed.

#276  Her cat was the most annoying cat in the world, especially when he…..

#277  The biggest difference between southerners and northerners is….

#278  Is your main character a walker or runner?  How often does he exercise? Or is he an exercise slacker?

#279  Does your main character procrastinate or get things done quickly and efficiently?

#280   When the drumming started, she couldn't help but dance.

Feel free to post any results from the prompts in the comments!

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J.D.
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J.D.
05/02/2015 17:56

#277 Northerners are like chimpanzees, while their friends in the South are like dolphins. The dolphins have bigger brains–they just don’t talk as much.

Dyoung
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Dyoung
05/03/2015 06:55

Interesting viewpoint. You must be a southerner. I am not sure I agree with that!

The biggest difference? Northerners tend to be a bit more high strung while southerners have that relaxed, front porch, sweet tea drinking type of attitude.

J.D.
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J.D.
05/03/2015 13:49

Well, I was hoping to rile Charlotte. She apparently has deserted the North, at least while she is in Nashville. Portland may not even qualify as Northern–could be on a planet of its own. I wanted to make her workshop but too much in the fire.

Charlotte Dixon
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05/03/2015 15:41

And southerners have the best hospitality in the world!

Charlotte Dixon
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05/03/2015 15:42

I know, I'm fun to rile.  I'm here in Nash for one more night and loving every minute of it.  Planning another workshop here soon, J.D.! Plus I get to see you in France…

Charlotte Dixon
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05/03/2015 15:42

I'm at a loss for words.  Truly.

J.D.
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J.D.
05/03/2015 18:25

I don’t believe this “loss for words” nonsense. Please keep me informed about the next workshop.

Charlotte Dixon
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05/03/2015 20:23

I will! 

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