donteatpoop, The Dramatist
1/16/2017 7:38 PM
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The organ is grinding but the monkey won't dance.
This story contains adult language and adult situations coupled with a cruel and twisted sense of humor. That's right, you are reading a story written by donteatpoop. You go by many names; Ricky, Retard, Ricky Retarded, Ricky THE Retard, Stupid Asshole, Dumb Fuck, Moron, etc, etc. You are 20 years old and your father has decided it is time that you get a job. Unable to find employment elsewhere, your father has forced you to turn to another option; working for your uncle at an amusement park he manages. Should be an easy job, right? There's only one problem, you're a fucking idiot.
You are the invisible man. The rest of the movie monsters from the silver screen era wish to get together for a reunion. This is not meant to be a game of any sort. This is a potentially amusing short story, and nothing more.
There is a sequence of runes which can lead you to alternate dimensions. There is a scientist posing as a teacher who has figured out how to manipulate these runes. There is you, who is somehow getting mixed up in all of this.
Recent PostsFeatured Games DMA on 7/27/2016 9:13:38 PM
I did see that. Very awesome. Congrats to you as well.School-Based: 2016 RESULTS! on 7/19/2016 3:29:15 PM
Also thanks! I'm glad people liked Dr. Crazy. He's also used in another story I have on infinite-story that I'm in the process of novelizing. (James is also a character in it, but he's grown up a lot between stories.) It's called Men of Science if anyone is interested, and it's very unfinished.School-Based: 2016 RESULTS! on 7/19/2016 3:18:46 PM
Congrats Steve and Killa! Good stories!I have too many stories! on 7/8/2016 7:16:28 PM
Congratulations, I believe you've won the thread with that iavatus.I have too many stories! on 7/8/2016 7:14:34 PM
Hallway IV: The Hallwakening.School-Based: 2016 Voting on 7/6/2016 2:54:11 PM
Now that you've said that please make sure that you do the survey. lol. (also thanks, glad you liked it)School-Based: 2016 Voting on 7/6/2016 1:29:53 PM
Good luck everyone.my characters are as flat as... on 7/1/2016 7:00:22 PM
Try this. Take your two characters and put them into a writing exercise. They're on a blind date at a restaurant. It's going to be awkward at first (both in-scene and in your writing as you develop them). How do they interact with each other, with the waiter/waitress. What do they order. What are they thinking, what are they saying? Force yourself to write it. They are a blanks slate right now, this exercise will help you fill in some details. Force yourself to do at least 800 words like this before you can call the date finished. Then finish it off how you think the characters will do it. Then, use them in your story. Forget the 'date' took place, just use the details you learned about them and use them. You have two blank slates right now, literally anything you make up isn't being shoe-horned into anything. As long as you don't vomit it forth like a list, it should seem somewhat natural. Sprinkle the details on a bit at a time as the story progresses.Another magical school story. Yay... on 7/1/2016 6:27:03 PM
Get yourself all juiced up on Mountain Dew and get it done!my characters are as flat as... on 7/1/2016 6:25:07 PM
While you're keeping track of stuff, keep in mind how they treated different characters and how other characters reacted to them. There are character sheets / character profile forms online you can use to help keep track of stuff. Some of them suggest posing 50 questions to your character to see how they'd react. Another tip, model a character or two off of some famous television character or character from literature.