Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Good Storytelling Includes...



Misconceptions and false impressions,


Allowing characters (and readers) to become just frustrated enough before finally helping them understand.



Then they'll laugh themselves silly (before a kick-ass make-out scene, of course)!



Hope I made you smile today :D

20 comments:

Christine Danek said...

This is hilarious. Love it. Thanks for the laugh.

Sherrie Petersen said...

Omigosh, those are too funny!

Emy Shin said...

:D These are hilarious. I kind of love the second one. There definitely needs to be a kick-ass make-out scene!

Theresa Milstein said...

Ha! Gotta watch out for autocorrect! Thanks for the smile.

Christine Fonseca said...

LOL! LOVE LOVE!

Laura Pauling said...

Texting is so easy to mess up the words! So fun!

Matthew MacNish said...

I love that site. Even though I'm sure most of them are fake, it doesn't make them any less funny.

Meredith said...

Love these! Poor dumped boyfriend. That really is awkward. :)

elzimmy said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE that site. Seriously, some of them made me laugh so hard I was crying.

Jessica Bell said...

hahahaha :o)

Maddy said...

Lol!! You got to be very weary of autocorrect on mobile devices :) I've had a few close calls myself!

K. M. Walton said...

Great analogy! So true.

Sarah Pearson said...

I loved that site, and a novel way of getting your point across. Nice one :-)

Bethany Elizabeth said...

ha, loved this post! Very funny. :) Autocorrect has caused some definite problems.

blueviolet said...

Oh my gosh, those are hilarious!!! Great and humorous way to make your point!

Stacy S. Jensen said...

Autocorrect makes a very funny story when it isn't your conversation.

Misha said...

Lol thanks for sharing this. It's hilarious.

:-)

Devin Bond said...

Haha, I love DYAC. Perfect way to get a few kicks when I need something funny. Good analogy!

Becca Puglisi said...

Awesome!!

Becca @ The Bookshelf Muse

Lourie said...

It is funny what that auto correct will and will not correct! haha...that being said... I hate bring wrong in a story but I hate it when I am right even more!