…but I’m not. Don’t judge me!
Here’s what I have been doing.
For Valentine’s Day. Sort of.
One for the guys:
Well, you were writing — just not the story we’re waiting for.
It’s Valentine’s Day; don’t be so hard on yourself. You can work on your story later this evening. :)
Are you apologizing? For creating captioned photos? An old practice for us, and a source of howling delight. You HAVE BEEN writing, my dear!
Thanks for sharing these. After a busy day teaching, I can use the smiles, yes.
After I recommended the captioned photos at Maggie’s Farm in the comments of THIS post, I thought I should give my favorite fictional people an equal shot.
Funny, Susan. You should do memes.
As with the “turbo” in Galaxy Quest’s NSEA Protector, I only do this sort of humor in short boosts. Can we all agree that juvenile humor is the last refuge of a writer procrastinating?
Some humor may be hard to categorize at this point. For example, farting jokes are no longer exclusively juvenile. If you don’t believe me, wait until you have that 60th birthday.
Captioning photos with snark is a source of major inspiration! :)
I’ve decided that the “Leering Captain” pic is going to be my source of inspiration. Maybe a weekly The Wisdom of Wentworth post is in order.
I like that idea, too. Maybe we could do several “Wisdom” columns from different characters.
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