Some people are so desperate to be nonconformists that they devote a great deal of their time to doing exactly the opposite of whatever 'the masses' are doing.
With just a little bit of digging, you can uncover all sorts of messed up crap that'll ruin all the things you used to love. So let's get started on doing that!
Apparently, subtly bringing a character back to life just isn't in the cards for some writers.
History is loaded with power-hungry jerks who rule over their countries' fearful populations like the Predator in a laser tag match. Oftentimes these people are infamous not just for their cruelty, but also for their bafflingly insane and self-indulgent antics.
You will need to know this at some point over the next couple of months, so listen up.
Behind many nonprofit groups are big-money interests trying to hijack your goodwill for their own, usually greedy, purposes.
In early drafts of Star Wars, Luke Skywalker was known as "Luke Starkiller." Yeah, it kind of gives you a different mental picture of the man.
I want to suggest adding a fifth character, Deb. Only moderately obese, she is an aspiring chef! Great, right? That's yours to use, no charge. She's just a kid and she's learning! That reminds me, you can give her down syndrome instead if you're looking for ways to justify the enormous head.
... using the least amount of research possible.
Try not to read the typos phonetically.
In the story of Noah's Ark, I like to picture it from the animals' point of view. Not so much in how they ate or how they all fit on one boat, but how they managed to rally their sex drives while they watched the rest of their kind drown.