"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
OH, yes, that was quite good. Thanks for the laugh!
Not all wolves are rabid ya know.
Loved it. All stories should end "Well, fuck."
You can't beat a bit of funny on a Sunday afternoon.
Very funny! But I'm a little confused, or maybe I'm missing something? The post says "8 minute run time" but the clip was only 31 seconds on my computer.
Bill Scott is absolutely right. It's the only way to end a story.
Okay now I'm confused in a different way. [It's been that kind of week....]On the main blog page, it's a 31 second video.When I open the specific post, it's an 8 minute video.So I saw two funnies. Which might be worth my confusion.
Wow, that was really funny."He said wishing "the queen of the known fucking universe" repped Science fiction...although to be truthful he wasn't near ready enough to submit jack ."It's getting better, I see improvement...really."He lied to himself."My wife even said so."She looked over his shoulded, slowly shaking her head and thinking how on earth could she even counter that steaming pile......."
Thank you for sharing. I think Nick Offerman may be an even better narrator than Morgan Freeman.
Whew! I needed that!
I clicked on the picture on the blog and the run time was 8 minutes.I think this might have something to do with how you look at it: phone/ipad/eyeballs or something. The full thing is 8 minutes and it's worth the view!
Oh, so that's what the characters in my WIP are really thinking before the edits.
It ran for the 8 minutes for me, too. If you have trouble viewing it through the blog, head to youtube and search, "The Gunfighter."
OMG, this is hysterical. Now I know what's REALLY behind every author's work .
HAHAHAAAAA. Loved it. Thanks for the laugh. Got my wheels spinning on how to use the concept. Thanks for the share!
Ok, that was awesome. Thank you.
There should be a warning on this video! "Not to be watched while traveling, especially in a quiet train compartment!" Or especially when you happen to have a loud boisterous laugh to begin with and you can't stop laughing!
This is awesome! Sent it to my brother, who currently works from my parents' home, with the addendum, "NSFM" (not safe for mom).
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