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Hello, my Name is Bob, and I'm a Recovering 'Pantser'

Discussion in 'Insights & Inspiration' started by zoupskim, Jun 14, 2016.

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  1. Pindrop

    Pindrop Banned

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    Honestly, I am not messing around. I am not sure what you want. I am not trying to be hilarious, I tried once and I got kicked in the face. I am not funny, I wish I was, cause then I would tell you this joke : Why shouldn't you wear Russian underpants? Because Chernoble fall out; which probably only works when said. But sod it. I said it anyway.
     
  2. OurJud

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    An explanation of this Stephen King / It / Spider / Third Act joke would be a start.
     
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    Is that all? ok, in IT you have this shit scary clown for two Acts, and it is terrifying. In the last Act it turns into a spider and it is laughable. Would you also like my bra size?
     
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    Okay, so that's the joke. Now would you kindly explain how - even as someone who's read King - anyone would understand this, given that you didn't specify the book? All you said was 'Then I read Stephen King and I laughed at the third act time and time again...'. In that he's written quite a number of novels, how would anyone know you were talking about the spider from It??
     
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