“If I didn’t have writing, I’d be running down the street hurling grenades in people’s faces.” —Paul Fussell
A good friend of mine from way back in the middle ages decided last week to start writing daily on his old LiveJournal feed. I’d almost forgotten I had an account there myself. I haven’t posted there in years, but luckily my browser still remembered my password.
So, as a way of getting those creative juices flowing in the new year for my friend and anyone else with writers’ constipation, I figured I could throw out an occasional writing prompt, with a strong leaning toward the humorous, to get you started. Which direction you take it in is entirely up to you.
Humor Writing Prompt #1: Since it’s Christmas Eve, compose a story or chapter that begins with the following line:
The first sign there was going to be trouble was when the Santa Tracker at NORAD went dark.
Share your results, or a link to your results if they’re longer, in the comments, if you feel so compelled. Happy writing.