13 May 2017 @ 03:38 pm



the quote prompt meme


  • comment with your character.
  • others will leave a quote/lyric/poem. try a sea of quotes or tumblr if you need help searching for a quote.
  • reply to them with a setting based on the quote/lyric/poem.
  • [personal profile] sockies (Source)
 
 
 
22 April 2017 @ 07:27 pm



the quote prompt meme


  • comment with your character.
  • others will leave a quote/lyric/poem. try a sea of quotes or tumblr if you need help searching for a quote.
  • reply to them with a setting based on the quote/lyric/poem.
  • [personal profile] sockies (Source)
 
 
 
16 April 2017 @ 01:16 am


Word Association is a common word game involving an exchange of words that are associated together. The game is based on the noun phrase word association, meaning "stimulation of an associative pattern by a word" or "the connection and production of other words in response to a given word, done spontaneously as a game, creative technique, or in a psychiatric evaluation."
~ our lord and saviour wikipedia


GUIDELINES
    ① post with your character's name & series.
    ② include a word of your choice and optionally the definition in the body of your comment.
    -- visit the random word generator if you need help!
    ③ other characters will reply with the first word their character associates with the one you chose.
    ④ continue back and forth until one of you just has to know the story behind an answer.
 
 
06 April 2017 @ 02:16 pm
 Otherwordly Meme




Sometimes all you need is a word to spark off an idea.
1. Post a comment with your character's name, canon, and any preferences you may have (no shipping, no smut, etc.)

2. Leave the comment blank or post a word or two in the body.

It may also help if you list scenarios you would like to play.

3. Reply to other people, either with words you picked out, or words they posted as prompts for a thread.

( A cleanup of the previous Otherwordly Meme. )
 
 
02 April 2017 @ 08:11 pm
 
the quote prompt meme
  • comment with your character.
  • others will leave a quote/lyric/poem. try a sea of quotes or tumblr if you need help searching for a quote.
  • reply to them with a setting based on the quote/lyric/poem.


sockies (Source)
 
 
 
26 March 2017 @ 01:51 am


SIX WORD STORIES
Just like back in the LJ days.




  • Write a story in six words.

  • Based off the sixwordstories/smuttysixwordstories comms that were created based on this story from wired in which they asked authors of all genres to write six word stories.

  • Each comment should be in it's entirety, exactly six words.

  • Your comment can contain more than one story. Just number or letter them like tfln.


 
 
24 March 2017 @ 09:03 pm

LYRICS PROMPT MEME


Get your playlists ready, kids. Got a song you relate to a character? To a type of situation? Give it to someone as a prompt and see where they take it! You can use it as a general prompt or have the characters actually sing it or whatever, we're not the cops. If you want to set the mood, you can link the song to go with it.

• Top level your character. Include any details you might think are relevant. Post your own prompt or wait for people to prompt you.
• Reply to other people's top levels! Pick a song with a mood you like, put in a chunk of the lyrics, link ye olde youtube if you feel like it, and wait.
• Feel free to make it pretty for #aesthetic purposes, but make sure it's all legible or else no one will be able to read your prompts.
• Have fun!

 
 
15 March 2017 @ 09:17 am


Word Association is a common word game involving an exchange of words that are associated together. The game is based on the noun phrase word association, meaning "stimulation of an associative pattern by a word" or "the connection and production of other words in response to a given word, done spontaneously as a game, creative technique, or in a psychiatric evaluation."
~ our lord and saviour wikipedia


GUIDELINES
    ① post with your character's name & series.
    ② include a word of your choice and optionally the definition in the body of your comment.
    -- visit the random word generator if you need help!
    ③ other characters will reply with the first word their character associates with the one you chose.
    ④ continue back and forth until one of you just has to know the story behind an answer.
 
 
12 March 2017 @ 08:43 pm
 Otherwordly Meme




Sometimes all you need is a word to spark off an idea.
1. Post a comment with your character's name, canon, and any preferences you may have (no shipping, no smut, etc.)

2. Leave the comment blank or post a word or two in the body.

It may also help if you list scenarios you would like to play.

3. Reply to other people, either with words you picked out, or words they posted as prompts for a thread.


( A cleanup of the previous Otherwordly Meme. )