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For six hours straight, Brad had been struggling to come up with a new visual cliche for writer's block.
'Well, it is the complete works of Shakespeare all right, however this pig is claiming he wrote it.'
Book publisher telling author about some changes needed.
'The writing that used to be on the wall is on the internet now.'
'I just love your work. It makes me fall asleep immediately.'
'er.....How do you spell 'dyslexic'?'
'It's amusing...but what good is it?'
'Of course I like to base all my characters on real life. For instance the fat useless guy in my last novel was you!'
'I gotta stop letting O'Leary work on the speeches.'
1,000 places to see after you die by Shirley Maclaine.
Bored woman writing immensely long essay.
"Your doctor is obviously brilliant. Judging from the handwriting, she's created an entirely new language."
"On second thought, let's just change that to 'Dear Sir'."
'Cat on a Hot Tin Streetcar' and 'A roof named Desire' I love 'em Mr. Williams but we'll have to re look at those titles!'
'If I inspired this love peom, how come it's written on the back of a Hooters' napkin?'
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My dearest Victoria, This is the hardest letter I have ever had to write...
'He's a literary genius.'
'My parents can't ever criticize my writing because they're both doctors!'
'It's beautifully written. However, we need big-ass coffee table books.'
'Typos, this article of your has too many errors in it.'
'What about cursive?'
'For God's sake give me some angst, how will I ever write a misery memoir?'
Bring home a ream of typewriter paper and a box of pens...
'Sure, you write me, but you never instant-message me.'