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✐ Daily Weird Prompt ✐One Life DownWrite about a character as they suffer a horrible accident on their way home from school. The catch? This character dies from the accident. Double catch? Suddenly, this character wakes up in a hospital bed alive and safe… but on a world they do not recognize.Any work you create based off this prompt belongs to you, no sourcing is necessary though it would be really appreciated! And don’t forget to tag maxkirin (or tweet @MistreKirin), so that I can…

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Write about a character who happens to be a teenager. The catch? This character has a guardian spirit who follows them around, and may at times offer assistance. Double catch? Unfortunately, this 'guardian' is a very powerful, very angry, and over-protective dark spirit.

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C. T. Onions A grammarian, lexicographer, fourth editor of the Dictionary, a co-editor (with Craigie) of the 1933 Supplement, Onions was born in Edgbaston, Birmingham, the son of a designer and embosser of metals, and exhibited an early interest in grammar. He obtained a London BA in 1892 and an MA in 1895, both while attending Mason College, Birmingham. A professor of English at the College introduced Onions to James Murray and in September of his final year, Murray invited Onions to join…

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William Craigie (1867-1957) William CraigieA philologist, lexicographer, third editor the Dictionary, and co-editor (with Onions) of the 1933 Supplement, like James Murray, Craigie, who was born in Dundee, was a Lowland Scot. He graduated from St. Andrews University in 1888 and later attended Balliol College, Oxford. In common with his two colleagues, he had a remarkable knowledge of languages, specializing in Celtic, Older Scots, and Scandinavian, particularly Icelandic

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✐ DAILY WEIRD PROMPT ✐ MASSIVE EFFECT Take a timer and set it to 10 minutes. Start the timer and begin writing from the point of view of a ...

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