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Haunting time.

You are a ghost. No one can hear you, see you, or feel you. Recently, you've started to haunt a college student around your age. They'd be your best friend if you could only communicate, you're sure of it. And then, one day, they look up and ask you "why do you keep following me?"

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It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.

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Bring home dinner.

The nice man in the van with puppy and candy seemed so excited to give me a ride home when I told him my little brother was home alone waiting for me. I feel bad about lying to him, but my parents said to bring home dinner, and these types of humans are so easy to catch.

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Awkward.

I often get mistaken for my twin sister. it never used to bother me, but now that she's become the most dangerous crime boss in the city, it's starting to get a little awkward.

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Get your primary students excited about opinion writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" and this super cute crayon craftivity! Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as they complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color!

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But hang on...I just read the first two like this is a set of instructions. Like, "Kill someone, and record how it goes wrong." I suppose committing murder irl would be good writing reference. And I bet you I could also finish my novel, what with the twENTY YEARS IN JAIL I'D GET sweet Elbereth that sounds like a great idea. /Why don't I go kill someone and see how it goes wrong?/

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Hide and seek.

They were playing hide and seek when he disappeared. She spent the rest of her life looking for him.

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