Are You Suffering From Excessive Internet Exposure?
The possibilities are endless as you open your first tab, ready to see something new and exciting and wonderful.
You cycle from tab to tab until your inner monologue is stripped of coherence and meaning.
1 hour, 10 minutes
The Oxford English Dictionary accepts both pronunciations. They are wrong. It is a soft ‘G,’ pronounced ‘jif.’ End of story.
Feels so good to be right.
There’s a great post on The Weeklings entitled “How Not to Get Published,” in which writer Sean Beaudoin outlines 8 slush story types, instantly recognizable to every editor at every literary magazine ever.
1. Mom’s Very Sick
2. Bar Fight
3. Social Outcast Imparts Jesus-y Lesson to The Immoral
4. The Affair
5. Vampire, Alien, Cannibal, Were-trout, Ghost
6. What Wise Elderly Dude Thinks About His Grandchildren, Politics, And Baseball, Mostly After Naps
7. Dad Felt Suzie Up
8. The Spoonful Of Dada
The end of NaNoWrimo
When you are trying to figure out how to end your novel
When the deadline passes
When you celebrate your new novel
Editors in the month of December
(don’t worry, we’ll keep posting the best entries)
My job explained by a gif
Oh so you bought more than half of your Twitter followers?
The journey of life in a gif.