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    A big problem.

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by Puppet121, Nov 17, 2008.

    Okay I still can't write. I have writer's block. There is probably a thread or two about this topic already.
    II can't just begin writing right now. I don't know why but it feels like I'm thinking too much or another reason. Should I just write or do some prompts? I don't want this to keep holding me back as it does for some writers.
     
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    Yeah, there are one or two other threads about writer's block...
     
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    Why do I do this? >_> I'll go use the search... lol
     
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    here is i idea, i tried it it is perfect for breaking the writers block. i don't know if it's because it give that physical effect, idon't knw. but any how, take your ideas and write them down on different pieces of paper, get a gallon sized baggy and stick it into the freezer when the ice gets like crunchy frozen where there is still water in the bag and you can break it just by the touch. Place your ideas in the bag and let it freeze the rest of the way. once frozen, take the bag out side, throw the bag as hard as you can to the ground, when it breaks your writers block should be gone. then you go in house and sit down and see if you can write anything.
    i hope this works for you. it works for me everytime.
     
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    You know what the great thing about that is? It's insane.
     
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    This is insane. This whole thread is just...insane
     
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    Please keep it respectful and on-topic.
     

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