adj. small and slender.
adj. small and slender.
You can’t swallow without some part of your tongue touching the roof of your mouth. Try it!
Title: Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
Album: Stronger (Deluxe Version)
Artist: Kelly Clarkson
adj. shaped like a water pitcher.
The object most choked on by Americans is the toothpick. THIS is why I don’t like toothpicks!
The opposite sides of dice always add up to be seven.
n. a small meal
Marilyn Monroe used three different shades of red lipstick, plus dark red lip liner in order to get her lips perfectly red.
(I have no clue how to pronounce this)
n. someone who loves money.
adj. full of prickly shrubs or bushes.
If you run in the rain, you will get about 50% wetter than if you stood there for the same amount of time (that it took you to run).
Here is a basic template, if you will, for how to write any type of story. Please contact me if you have any suggestions for what I should write about or just an idea for a blog post. 🙂
How To Write A Story
Setting The Stage
Type of story: What kind of story are you going to write? Examples: Realistic fiction, sci-fi, historical fiction, non-fiction. What elements do [insert type of story here] stories always have?
Setting: You must have a setting. Where does the story take place? When? What is it like there?
Force of evil: There doesn’t always have to be a bad guy, but it always makes the story better.
Characters: A story is nothing without characters. Before you start writing, you should have at least one character developed. How old are they? What do they look like? Where do they live? Try choosing a name and writing up a few things about that name/person.
Plot: You need to have a plot to write a story. What is going to happen? Why? How?
Dialogue: Some stories do not have dialogue, and that is fine, but it makes the story more interesting and relatable if you add dialogue.
Elements: You should probably add some (suspense, action, adventure, romance, drama, etc.). These are elements of a good story.
Conflict: If there is no conflict, then the story is boring and uneventful. You need to have a problem, then that problem is solved.
All of this information was gathered from various sites, and my own brain… so I don’t know what to put for sources… 😛
It is impossible to spell a word using only the bottom row of the keyboard.
(Well, that’s because there are no vowels…)
n. one who does small jobs (such as setting the table or putting away the silverware)
7 Eleven is called that because they were originally open from 7am to 11pm.
Source: All Random Facts