You’re in the middle of a terrible argument, and everyone turns to you to help resolve it. How do you respond? How do you react to conflict?
People wouldn’t be able to turn to me help resolve a terrible argument because frankly I’d have left long before it escalated to terrible. And I respond to conflict in exactly the same way my mother used to – avoidance. I ignore it until it goes away. If it doesn’t go away, then I do.
From NaBloPoMo (picked at random from last week, as they don’t publish prompts for the weekend):
If you had to be trapped inside a movie for 5 days, which movie would you pick?
That’s a tie. The Shipping News because of the beauty and quirkiness of Newfoundland and its people, Fifth Element because it’s silly fun.
How many words in your vocabulary?
According to their test, 35,200.
Use the following unrelated objects in a story:
1) pint glass
I need more beer, or maybe something stronger, in my pint glass before I can make any connection between a speculum and chainmail, other than they are both metal, colder than they should be, and the opposite of sexy. And no, a chainmail bikini is not sexy; see the other two points.