The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

And finally, he was able to see the forest for the trees.

Inspired partially by exploding dog and even moreso by my extensive training in improvisational acting, I'm thinking of creating an activity for myself. This activity requires two phrases from the reading public at large, which will then become the first and last lines in a very short piece of writing. It works best if the two lines are at least vague clichés, and if they're too random, it'll be nearly impossible to make anything workable out of it. Does too random exist? Possibly. I'll throw it open to you and see what happens. If it's successful, I could see it evolving into a livejournal community of its own. Wouldn't that be cool?

No promises, it's an exercise.

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