DWP No. 046



For WEEK THREE, we are going to do a little character development through a series of questions.


  • Each day, THREE QUESTIONS will be asked
  • Assume a character and answer the three questions IN CHARACTER.

If anyone comments on your writings, you have to intake that as part of your character, essentially agreeing to whatever anyone brings up as either a comment or questions.

For instance, let’s say you were thinking that your character is a doctor. If someone comments and asks if your character is a circus clown, then you have to say “Yes,” and take that little tidbit and incorporate it into your character, whether or not you like how they’ve changed your character.









  1. “Even”

    What’s your earliest memory?
    Do you mean when is my earliest memory? I mean, I suppose I would have to know when, like, from which existence do you want me to recall my earliest memory? How about my most recent earliest memory? The thing that I remember first, or, I don’t know. I don’t really like this question because it just doesn’t make any sense at all to me. Like, what’s the first thing I remember, ever? Oh, maybe that framework will work. Okay, so, the first thing I remember is some like lady with dark hair all wrapped up on a chignon at the top of her head looking at me with a sort of glare or with evil intent. You know that feeling? That feeling when you just know that someone doesn’t like you? I don’t know how old I was when this happened. Next.

    When in time would you like most to exist?
    Well, I suppose this is fairly straightforward, but it’s hard to choose, you know? I would say that sometime between the late 1600s and early 1700s were pretty spectacular, but only if you’re rich and/or prominent, I’d say. As far as a time without or apart from human civilization, I would probably go for sometime toward the beginning of the end of the Sun’s reign. There’s some pretty cool stuff that happens in those few hundred years. Next.

    Where will you be later today?
    There’s no need for you to know where I will be later today. Next.

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  2. What’s your earliest memory?
    I have a memory of a time when, well, I must’ve been in primary school… though anything much before my twenty-fifth birthday is more or less unreliable information. Anyway, I remember hustling back from somewhere in my old neighborhood through a narrow alley and I feel like the sun was setting so I’m sure I was anxious to get home before the cracks of the city started spilling out their nocturnal nightmares. And I remember slowing down and having this feeling like the street and the cars and buildings and the whole city was crumbling and disappearing behind me as I was moving forward through it. And I was scared to look back around behind me, just in case it was all true, and I was making the world vanish. But I couldn’t run, either, because then I might destroy the world even faster. The lingering whisper of being trapped between those two ideas has stayed with me ever since.

    When in time would you like most to exist?
    I would like to exist at some time in the future that is so far removed from this one that I can’t possibly understand at first glance how things operate. I suppose that appeals to me the most as its the only type of society I can imagine that I can’t even imagine.

    Where will you be later today?
    I have a speaking engagement at a startup conference this evening and then I’ll be dining alone, as usual. But, of course, I can’t disclose to you where that will be.

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  3. My earliest memory is when I was about 3 1/2 years old in rural Long Island. My GG was going to be thrown out into the street, and I was inconsolable. Sister Sandi and brother Bob snatched her out of my snotty little hands and got ready to throw her out the front door and down the steps out onto North Country Rd. My GG gray matted faceless doll. I covered her with the love of my snot and cherished her as my baby.

    To me the only place to be is now, for now is reality.Now is the only reality. I’m not smoking crack, not chowing down Devil Dogs but dam those pastries are amazing. I’m just living in the now. You got a problem with that?

    I don’t know about you but later on today I’m going to be scarfing down an extra large cheese pizza with some sun-dried tomatoes on the top and maybe, I don’t know, maybe a chocolate milk. Yeh, that sounds really good, Going to get me a Hersheys one, yeah, an put my feet up after working so hard picking up all crap that people leave behind when they hit the theater- really slobs. And maybe watch old episodes of I love Lucy something really decadent. And fart. I love to fart.

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