Poor Imp wrote:1. A house of five gables; five children; a peculiar boarder and two parents: Wanderlust is a blessing and curse.2. Why does the little boy jig?3. If you could drink a pond, should you? Why's he drinking the whole pond?4. The Irish in Boston: Are they Irish or no? 5. Meet a rabbi on the corner. Ask him: Why does a rabbi always answer a question with a question?
2. Werewolf story were the wolf-gene thing randomly occurs and an organisation exists that fakes the death of children with the gene and then takes the children in and teaches them.
melaniietears wrote:I claim these:-A telepath takes a special drug to double his mind-reading powers and discovers that he can kill people and control minds during an overdose.--A young (mc) is sent to a home for troubled youths after their friend is murdered and they are deemed a suspect. It's basically juvy/school for the 'mentally ill' of minor criminals. @Shiverfeather -A love triangle between two guys fighting over a girl, but the solution is that the girl plays matchmaker and gets the two guys together. @Sujana -Apparently, there is no heaven or hell. Your soul remains in your body after you die, watching as it slowly decays. What happens? @Sujana-You're in space with the corpse of a mermaid. You're not wearing your spacesuit, but you can breathe. What happens now? @AlfredSymon -Write from the POV of a puppet being used by a puppeteer (it can be in a metaphorical sense of course, it doesn't have to be a literal puppet) @Apricitythese are mine.
Sujana wrote:The villain of a story has been the heros partner in crime fighting the whole time, where either a) they've been watching the hero and making sure they don't step on the villains toes, or b) they've brainwashed a person into becoming their slave, sending them to work with the hero so they can spy on them. When this is finally revealed, both of them react in various ways: A) They both hate each other instantly for the betrayalB) The villain is sad that they can't play with the hero anymoreC) The hero wonders if it was all a lieD) They don't bother. Both of them stick to the status quo and keep fighting crime together, sometimes even doing crime together, because at some point they've found that breaking moral codes is easier than not being together.
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