* A bachelor who can predict the future knows how his relationships will end before they even start
* A psychic detective that can only see what DIDN’T happen
* A psychic predicts the winning lottery numbers three times in a row. The FBI decides he must be tampering with the lottery and arrests him.
* A psychic writes a best seller that predicts each reader’s future.
* A bachelor who can predict the future knows how his relationships will end before they even start
* A psychic detective that can only see what DIDN’T happen
* A psychic predicts the winning lottery numbers three times in a row. The FBI decides he must be tampering with the lottery and arrests him.
* A psychic writes a best seller that predicts each reader’s future.
* “Right,” he said, a little scoff in his tone. “So now what, now that I’m off the mortal coil?” He took a seat in one of the mildly uncomfortable waiting room chairs with his arms crossed, apparently not caring that everything from his hat to his boots was getting water everywhere.
* I checked his file. He had been a hard working man in life, a family man who fished to support his loved ones. Gruff with those he disliked, generous with those he was fond of, and his chief vice in life was nipping down to the bar when he should have been taking care of more important things. He was an Irish Catholic, but not particularly spiritual- mind more on his family than on Heaven and Hell. Hmm.
* “Well?” he muttered, glaring slightly at me like it was my fault he was a goner. I shrugged.
* “You have options, sir,” I said. “You can either take your eternal rest in Fiddler’s Green or the Catholic Quarter of Heaven. Alternatively, you can choose to reincarnate, simply cease to exist, or…”
* The sailor’s brow furrowed. “And what, in the name of McAlpine’s Fusiliers, is that?”
* I ran him through the process: a soul with unfinished business on earth could undertake a Redemption Quest once in their eternal lifespan. If they did, they would be restored to life, ferried to safety, and allowed the rest of their natural lifespan, with one condition: they had to complete a personal goal they had left undone by the time of their death, within the next twelve years of their life. If they failed, it was back to the Hereafter once the time was up.
* How delicious to corrupt, to stifle a……..
* We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence
* How do you vet a Dominant?
* How do you react when your owner expects something of you that you are not prepared to give?
* When do you feel the most at peace with your position?
* “Sort of like a high stakes bucket list,” I summed up. “That said, it’s entirely your choice, sir. You can do anything you want.”
* He frowned and rubbed his scruffy beard, thinking hard. It was sort of a weird experience for me, seeing him thinking about how he wanted to spend the rest of his death. I wondered how easy the decision would be for me, whenever my own time came.
* “Put me down for that Redemption thing, lad. I promised my son and daughter I’d get them to his boyfriend in Spain and her gal in the States, and by God I’ll do it. I can’t bear seein’ either of them sad without their dad.”
* He was starting to grow on me. “Right away, sir,” I chirped, pulling open the drawer for Redemption Quest files and getting out a packet.
* You have noticed the patterns among main characters in fiction and attempt to imitate them, only wearing one outfit, hanging out with a ragtag group of misfits, etc. Believe it or not it actually works, except you’ve become the insane villian.
* Of all the new TV programs, which one have you watched the most? Why? Is it connected to your perspective or life?
* Make a Gratitude List. Every day for the next week add one thing to your list.
* I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold…
* A slave’s life is mostly composed of patience and study. Yes, study. If not with actual books………
* Submission depends on the individual’s ability to align his will with that…
* Don’t stuff beans up your nose!
* A Young Man Dressed As A Gorilla Dressed As An Old Man Sits Rocking In A Rocking Chair for 56 Minutes and Then Leaves
* And where do the horses do their business?
* As a parent would you be willing to let your kids get a bat or shower right now fully clothed in their shoes and socks
* Death of a shoe horn in Mexico with a cat
* How to fly a donkey
* It’s your first day in office, you were just sworn in as president, you arrive at the white house and are escorted to the oval office, as soon as you sit down Abraham Lincon and George Washington’s ghost emerge from their portraits, soon all the ghosts of dead presidents fill the room, they are here to help you be better than the previous presidents, even if their advice is a little… Dated
* It’s not even political advice it’s just advice on everyday things and whatnot from their times, but some of them still apply to present day
* “you’re going to need to remember to wear pants to meetings. that’s really important don’t forget it”
* “you should probably smoke a cigarette, you look a bit peaky”
* You know, you look a little stressed out. You need to relax. Why don’t you go see a play?”
* Both Apollo and Hades create a human to carry out their forgotten beliefs into the mortal world. The two created specimens meet and, without knowing who the other truly is, fall in love.
* Neuroscience has advanced to the point that, for a fee, one can remove or cloud unpleasant memories. We are unable to change and create memories, but regretful, traumatizing, or otherwise harmful memories can be removed or be rendered harmlessly vague.
* It’s not long before some people decide to remove the memory of receiving sensitive information that they wished they hadn’t acquired. others go as far as forgetting potentially dangerous secrets of their own.
* When you character wakes up, he realizes he doesn’t even know his own name.
* Your character wakes up to find that the person in the mirror is definitely not them.
* Your character gets a call from a friend they haven’t heard from in years. The friend tells your character that she is the Chosen One.
* Your character gets a call from a friend they haven’t heard from in years. The friend says that she’s about to become the next victim of a rampant serial killer, and your character is the only one who can help.
* Your villain’s main henchman just quit. Write about the villain’s secretary trying to find a suitable replacement.

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