DWP No. 050



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.




BUT HERE’S THE RUB! (optional)

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.










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  2. 13. What color never gets old?
    There lives the softest and most delicate appearing creature on this planet, whose fur can come in the purest of white, underlaid by a rich green skin of sorts. The appearance of this soft white expression never gets old to me, and I certainly wouldn’t mind a much larger portion of my travel scenery painted over with it. I have not found this to be a plausible desire though, for this creature only seems to emerge and feed on the stationery dead corpses of other formerly-living things, and then a few weeks later it retreats into I don’t know where.

    14. What song never gets old?
    Must you ask this question, even though the answer is so obvious? The song from my star of course. What do you mean you don’t understand? You have never heard your star’s song? Haven’t you a- Oh, no! You don’t have that hear!? Where I come from, we have a device that translates the solar rain from our host star into audible frequencies within range for our aural faculties. It is a tunable frequency for any radio device, and of course, I often listen to it when I… Pardon me. Now I’m getting lost in the melody of it in my head. Come to think of it, I can’t believe I haven’t sought to hear your star’s song yet.

    15. Who is the most uncool person you know?
    I will go ahead and employ a blanket discretion with this question. My opinions of people are largely uniform and it would be a disservice to you to single-out one as less desirable than the rest.


  3. ‘Even’ Pt. 5

    What color never gets old?
    Well, of course, there is rarely a time when I notice color for what it is, and it’s sort of sad, don’t you think?, that colors have to be defined in some way? Have you ever sat and listened to a color explain itself? Probably not, but if you’re ever greeted by Ladybug, it will translate for you, if you’re ever so lucky. Next.

    What song never gets old?
    What do you mean, when you say “song”? … Oh, right. Okay, I think I understand. I’m not sure if I can’t even really relate to this question, but I suppose I really enjoy, those um, Christmas songs? They always—and I mean always, no matter when or where—have such a lovely, lively, airy, happy, joyful tune to them, always. Next.

    Who is the most uncool person you know?
    By “person” you mean a human from Earth? Okay, sure. Let’s see, I don’t know if I’m a good judge of coolness, but I do know this one person who, oh, right a man, he’s a man, and I had the unfortunate opportunity to interact with him, and I suppose, while we were chatting, he flashed me his genitalia for some reason. Don’t get me wrong, I have no problems with the human form; I get it, but it doesn’t really do much for me, and to be so motivated to show someone the bits that really ought not be seen unless, of course, intercourse is the end goal, then who would ever need to see those reproductive organs? Well, of course, I just gave him a strong knee, and as he keeled over, I whispered in his ear, “A man who is his penis is a man who has nothing but it.” Next.


  4. The obvious color that never gets old is yellow. It’s pure love, it’s warmth, it’s hygge, it’s peace, it’s universal. Heck, it’s love. Now, don’t start arguing with me. I’m right. End of story.

    The most wondrous song that never gets old is our Washington state song, Louie Louie. It’s incomprehensible but joyful and, like the color yellow, it brings me peace, even if the dude in the song is a complete lush.

    The most uncool person I know is/ are the people of this world who are self-absorbed, selfish, ding-dongs. It’s one thing to be a ding-dong but quite another to be selfish and self-absorbed.


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