8 to 14 March 2k19 | Prompts

8 March

Romeo and Juliet never died. They managed to run away and get married far away from their fighting families. But back home, the Capulet and Montague families are fighting to death because they believe the other kidnapped their precious child.

9 March

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, once I caught a Smith alive. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and then I let it go away. Why did I let it go? Because I had better torture to give.

Based on the nursery rhyme, 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive. You can use any surname and genders. Suggestively, use a surname that really rubs you the wrong way.

10 March

It’s not over until the fat lady sings.

11 March

A: “I give you 10 seconds.”

B: “W-what?”

A: “10 seconds to say what you want, however you want. No filter. For just 10 seconds. This is your only opportunity before we go.”

b: “But…”

A: “Or would you rather keep it in?”

12 March

It started off as a school, and it ended as a school dance, because nothing ever happens at those. The real fun started as soon as we left the school grounds.

13 March

5 guys fight over the last pizza slice. Why? Because there is no more money to buy another one.

14 March

A: “They’re friends, but not really.”

B: “So they’re enemies?

A: “They’re not enemies! Never enemies.”

For the next 7 days, I’ve decided to write the prompts in one post. This is just to make the blog less cluttered and to stop constant Gtl notifications from becoming spam-like.

That’s it for now.

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Happy writing and see you next week with your next batch of prompts!

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