Consolation for the broken-hearted
Yep, I can think of at least one character who may get very creative–in less than fortunate ways…
Re: Consolation for the broken-heartedHmmm… let me put this theory to the test.
Write with me, Mr Thayer?
Re: Consolation for the broken-heartedIt's kind of a bit ironic, but not unexpected. If the right person runs into the right experience, it'll effect him that certain way. When it comes to his creative centers, that wont stop.
I'm curious of what would happen should a study like this be run across more than a college population or at least something numbering greater than 100 people. Of course, humanity being a social species, this could easily be a fairly common phenomenon. The curiosities might be how the creativity establishes itself from personality to personality.
Can I join the experiment?
Re: Consolation for the broken-heartedHa ha. Sure, Marina and Garrett, we can all write together. That's what we're here for after all. (Or was I supposed to reject this to make you more creative?) ;]
Anyway, i you'd like to write more often, we can as well start an additional 'quick & dirty' thread in the Free Zone. I think we should pick some conflict-loaden scenario however, so there's friction from the beginning. Or.. one of us names a topic/scenario for the other two (or whoever else is up to join us) to pick up and adapt to.
Or.. we start with this nasty writing exercise. -grins-
Marina, Garrett? What are you waiting for?