Writing Prompts #23-#35

Morning friends!

I’m a bit behind on posting writing prompts, so I thought I’d compile a bunch of new ones into a blog post to make up for it. Is this an excuse for not wanting to finish a full-fledged article this week? Nope. Not at all.

#23.

In your story world, people trust computers to find their soulmates (which has already been used as a premise, I’ll admit. But…). In an attempt to create peace between the government and resistance fighters, a hacker breaks into the system and sets up the president and the rebel leader on a blind date.

#24.

A computer virus emailed the most recent draft of your epic fantasy novel to all your contacts. You hastily send apologies to correct the mistake until you receive this message: Where did you learn our history?

#25.

Forget cars transforming into battle robots. Your character just realized his iPhone can shapeshift into a fire-breathing dragon.

#26.

Oh my gosh I am so sorry.

“It’s ok. I didn’t need that kidney anyway.

#27.

Should I scream for help now or wait for you to finish making your stupid choices?

#28.

Don’t you just love nature walks, Phil?

Phil got kidnapped by a man-eating flower.

Oh. Right.

#29.

“This is insane. Like, eating-all-the-raisins-and-nuts-out-of-the-trail-mix-and-leaving-the-M-and-Ms insane.

#30.

“That was a bad idea.”

“What gave that away? My missing arm or the warrant for our arrest?”

#31.

“You do realize that, once you’ve thrown your dagger, it won’t come back. You can’t do that in a fight if that’s your only weapon.”

“Duh. Simple economics.”

“Physics, actually.”

#32.

“That doesn’t make sense.”

“Your mom doesn’t make sense.”

“My mom is an astrophysicist.”

#33.

A person walks up to your character and whispers, “Everyone survived.” He walks away. What happens next? 

#34.

I don’t think…

At least you admit it.

Shut up and let me finish.

Or…

Shush, I am trying to think.

That must be hard for you.

(The insults are endless)

#35.

You literally canoed us into a portal.

You should have warned me it was there!

“It was twenty feet tall and glowing! I thought it was rather obvious!

 

Morning friends!

I’m a bit behind on posting writing prompts, so I thought I’d compile a bunch of new ones into a blog post to make up for it. Is this an excuse for not wanting to finish a full-fledged article this week? Nope. Not at all.

#23.

In your story world, people trust computers to find their soulmates (which has already been used as a premise, I’ll admit. But…). In an attempt to create peace between the government and resistance fighters, a hacker breaks into the system and sets up the president and the rebel leader on a blind date.

#24.

A computer virus emailed the most recent draft of your epic fantasy novel to all your contacts. You hastily send apologies to correct the mistake until you receive this message: Where did you learn our history?

 

#25.

Forget cars transforming into battle robots. Your character just realized his iPhone can change into a fire-breathing dragon.

#26. 

Oh my gosh I am so sorry.
It’s ok. I didn’t need that kidney anyway.

#27. 

Should I scream for help now or wait for you to finish making your stupid choices?

 

#28. 

Don’t you just love nature walks, Phil?
Phil got kidnapped by a man-eating flower.
Oh. Right.

#29. 

“This is insane. Like, eating-all-the-raisins-and-nuts-out-of-the-trail-mix-and-leaving-the-M-and-Ms insane.”

 

#30. 

“That was a bad idea.”
“What gave that away? My missing arm or the warrant for our arrest?”

#31. 

“You do realize that, once you’ve thrown your dagger, it won’t come back. You can’t do that in a fight if that’s your only weapon.”
“Duh. Simple economics.”
“Physics, actually.”

#32. 

“That doesn’t make sense.”
“Your mom doesn’t make sense.”
“My mom is an astrophysicist.”

 

#33. 

A person walks up to your character and whispers, “Everyone survived.” He walks away. What happens next? 

 

#34.

I don’t think…
At least you admit it.
Shut up and let me finish.

Or…

Shush, I am trying to think.
That must be hard for you.
(The insults are endless)

 

#35. 

You literally canoed us into a portal.
You should have warned me it was there!
It was twenty feet tall and glowing! I thought it was rather obvious!

 

What do you think of those writing prompts? Which was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!

The Introvert (A.K.A. Gabrielle R. Pollack)

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