JossieMime, The Contributor
"i meant- Said Ipslore bitterly -What is there in this world that truly makes living worthwhile?-
Death thought about it.
Cats- He said eventually -Cats are nice" Terry Pratchett, Sourcery.
Does the end really justify the means?
Recent PostsFavourite quotes or scenes from books? on 8/23/2016 3:52:55 PM
Scene: Off the top of my head, probably the death by crown in Song of Ice and Fire. Partly because i found it so satisfying that that character was gone, partly because i loved the way the author made them die.
“If complete and utter chaos was lightning, then he'd be the sort to stand on a hilltop in a thunderstorm wearing wet copper armour and shouting 'All gods are bastards!” From The Colour of Magic. I dont know why that sentence made me laugh as much as it did, but it did.
Is there a name for this? on 8/23/2016 11:55:55 AM
I guess a play on words is probably the closest thing, although some are just reciting words that just sound similar, and some i think would fall more on the bad joke cathegory. What about the structure? Isn't there a name for jokes structured like that? I say this because i recall someone calling it a name somewhere, and after searching for a long time i really can't find it.
Is there a name for this? on 8/23/2016 10:06:22 AM
So, i was watching my favourite show on Youtube, Citation Needed. Which is a quiz show of sorts using Wikipedia articles. You guess the contents of the article, you get a point. You have the most points, you win. Now, in the show there's an interesting type of prize, which is not really a prize but a ... sentence. For example:
You win a gift voucher to everyone's favourite communist shop - Which is of course Marx & Spencer
You win two hours racing around the coast desperately trying to collect clams with a ballerina - Darcey Bussell's Muscle hustle
You win a DVD of the film where the singer of purple rain trades places with a peasant who looks just like him - The artist formally known as prince and the pauper
You win permission to dress up as a famous frog and go hide in a cave - a hermit kermit permit
You win an intimate waxing by a legendary 6-time grammy winning american composer - Burt Bacharach Back, Crack, and Sack
If you want more examples: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Pv8xtrHYKDTvKr9uqQQYoAmxfHDV6rEwIL9PZu3c8GA/edit#gid=0
Now, what i want to know is, is there a name for all of these things? A single, existing and specific cathegory in which we can store all of these sentences?
Can't eat almonds... on 8/21/2016 2:55:09 PM
Murder the almonds. All of them, and all other nuts too. From the dreaded walnuts to the tasteless pecans. They betrayed your trust and now must pay.
Louisiana Flooding on 8/20/2016 10:58:30 AM
I am glad you are safe, and i genuinely wish i could send over more than just my thoughts.
Something besides writing? on 8/11/2016 4:21:00 PM
Yes, the gift from the gods themselves, some say. Do you cook and/or bake?
Something besides writing? on 8/11/2016 4:14:15 PM
It comes at a cost, you know. Namely overstimating your knowledge enough to try to experiment with stuff that no real chef would ever try in a million years, and then it being too late to regret it.
Pro tip: Never try to make your pancakes with spinach, banana and ketchup. Ever.
Something besides writing? on 8/11/2016 3:58:36 PM
Actually, yes! I dont try it that often though. Most of the time i mess something up and my mother gets really mad, but i feel ive gotten better recently. I love making bread pudding.
Something besides writing? on 8/11/2016 2:56:40 PM
Aside from reading, i have an interest in cooking. That's not to say that i am good at it, but i do enjoy making me some wonderful pasta from time to time. And of course youtube videos, tons and tons of them. Mostly the educational ones.
Greetings and Salutations. on 8/9/2016 6:11:42 PM
I'm trying but ... its ... so ... HARD.