We've all experienced it... You're at a social gathering, mingling with friends and getting hammered. A stranger enters your group, or a "friend of a friend." They seem polite. Friendly. Sometimes even downright joyful. They smile and flip their hair, asking questions and poking fun as if they've known you for a lifetime. And then it happens... The dreaded question. "So what do you do?" You contemplate pretending you didn't even hear them. (I'm slightly deaf in this ear. Speak a little louder next time.) But no. You don't want to be rude. You consider lying. (I invented Post-Its.) But alas.. You're terrible at lying and even this random stranger would be able to see right through you. So you admit it. "I'm a writer." She takes a breath, a look of pure excitement spreading across her innocently dumb face and says the one thing you hate most... "I know a guy who just got published! I should give you his information and see if he can help you." "I've always wanted to write a book. I just don't have the time." [sadface] "What's your book about?" And so on.. And so forth.. What do you hate hearing as a writer?