.:Elf:. wrote:You know you're a writer when you are the first person people ask for a pen, because they know you all ways have one with you.
Lucinda wrote:You know you're a writer when...You have resorted to writing down key plot points on your arms, hands, feet, etc. for lack of something else to write on.You are sure you're able to recommend any type of person any type of book.
Anijumper wrote:You know you're a writer when...You get an "A" on a paper and then complain about how you're not satisfied with how it came out and people look at you like you're crazy and they're like "You got an A, how can you not be satisfied with your paper?" You try to explain how it's not about the grade but the actual writing and again they look at you like they're concerned about your mental health.
Chloe(: wrote:You know you're a writer when you're English homework is 10 times the length of everyone else's (happens all the time)
time_fox wrote:You know you are writer when......You have more then three stories going on at the same time....You can write for hours non-stop....You can write with both hands just in case you other hand gets tired.
Monki wrote:-You know you're a writer when you are told that you have to write an essay/research paper/the like, and you're the only one who goes, "YUSSSSS!!!!!!!", while the rest of the class looks at you like you're on some sort of medication.-You know you're a writer when, even though she's not your teacher anymore, you still like to talk to/hang out with your Creative Writing teacher from a previous year, and you still have her read your writing and bounce ideas off of her every now and again - which she also does in return. xD (Okay, so this probably only pertains to me... Because I tend to hang out with people that aren't my age--more like three times my age, but still. She's awesome.)
Rosey Unicorn wrote:You know you're a writer when you use semicolons in your class notes.
Lauren2010 wrote:You know you're a writer if you sat here and read this entire thread so you could see how every single one of these things is true and applies to your life.
Banango Cheesecake"You can sit for hours staring at the wall, making people think your brain shut down when you're actually thinking about the new plot that just occurred to you or talking to the new character who appeared out of the blue.You feel like banging your head on the wall if you can't write anything.[/quote]Several times actually, for both of them.[quote="foxfire wrote:you're a writer when your mom say "IS this writing for school?"
Bokkaku wrote:You laugh when someone complains about a 500 word assignment.
J. Wilder wrote:I sometimes wonder if I'm the only writer who much preferred math.
roon wrote:You know you’re a writer when:When you meet new people you pretend to be one of your characters just for fun.You’re struggling to find a post that doesn’t fit you on this thread.You wake up from a dream just so you can run and write it down, but are tripped up by a pile of books.You try to negotiate more words for your essay, not less.
narniafreak12 wrote:-you sit for hours thinking of the one word that's escaped your mind to finish the sentence.-everyone says your good at writing and you still think you stink because nothing came out right.
fireheartedkaratepup wrote:You know you're a writer when: you plan out conversations with real people that you never actually have. (?)
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