Use this classic line of dialogue in your epic story:
"All of my observations are sarcasm-based."
Write about a meeting in a corporate office that goes horribly, horribly wrong. Be sure to include something supernatural or really weird.
Use all of these words in your story:
vestibule, strident, sophomoric, panacea, slaphappy, flounder, bedizen
Use all of these nouns in your story:
an unlabeled can of soup, a cigarette pack filled with M&M’s, an unrequited crush
Fill in the blank and use this lovely line of dialogue in your story:
“I hope you’re all happy, because now I have to ________.”
Write a story about a guy who walks into a bar on a dark and stormy night.
Write a horror-romance-comedy that takes place at a backyard cookout.
Hey, this thing still works! How about a writing prompt? Use these things in your story.
a snake-oil salesman, a backyard cookout, a malfunctioning vacuum cleaner
Also found out we were mentioned here (thanks to Chrissie for the heads up!). So if you found us there, welcome! Sometimes I only get to update this thing sporadically because I get busy with band stuff.
Use this line of dialogue in your story.
"I don’t want to fail just because other people have terrible taste."
Start your story with this sentence:
Every morning I wake up in the armpit of this alien world.
All of this stuff. Use it in your story.
Person: a psychic pizza-delivery woman
Problem: There’s a funeral, but the casket is empty.
Use all of these brilliant words in your wondrous story:
jigger, lampoon, cavalcade, amalgamate, tableau, phosphorescence, paraphernalia
Write a story with these three things in it.
a slightly incompetent jazz band, a locket, a gross of plastic dinosaurs
Write about someone who’s just tired of everything and finds a positive way to deal with it.
Write a murder mystery that takes place on a moving train.