Thursday, January 17, 2013

Creativity Pills: Take As Directed

There is a secret to unleashing one's creativity.  It comes in the form of pills.  And I keep plenty on hand.

Creativity Pills: Take As Directed
These pills are specially marked with little white Ms so as to not be confused with other pills prescribed for other needs.  The "M" stands for Muse.  Or maybe Magic.  (Possibly Maniac, but we'll discount that possibility for the moment.)

These marvels are brilliant! Find the answers to your most perplexing questions wrapped in the sweetest of colors!

Can't decide your protagonist's next plot twist?  Pop an M!

Does the lead supporting character live or die?  Pop an M!

Can't find the right voice for the antagonist?  Just pop an M!

These little beauties are gems, priceless imagination enhancers fit for kings and eccentric introverts alike.

Monetary minded mages meticulously manufacture magnificent Ms for your creative pleasure! And they're available without a prescription! 

But wait! There's more!

Start your regimen of Ms today and get this beautiful container free!  Use it for the life of your creativity needs.  Even if you return the Ms keep the container as your free gift!

Too little tension?  Place the Ms just out of reach, but plainly in sight.  Feel the yearning.

Pacing too fast?  Let the M dissolve slowly, melting in your mouth, not in your hands.

Pacing too slow?  Grab Ms by the handful, munch with wild abandon until your prose (and pulse) quicken.

But if hours of devouring candy coated chocolate hasn't enhanced your climax, well, that's what kisses are for!

35 comments:

  1. Kisses enhance the climax -- yes, yes -- they do!


    I'm getting me some of those pills!

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  2. Ah, if only it -were- that easy :)

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  3. lol,I'm all out. I may have to get some more.

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    1. Too bad they don't come via mail order!

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  4. I especially like the peanut variety of creativity pills, although I hadn't thought of the idea before.

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    1. I have to stay away from those; people say I'm nutty enough. ;-)

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  5. Funny!
    My pills of choice are Hot Tamales - spicy hot!

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    1. I'll let you have the Hot Tamales. ;-)

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  6. You made me laugh. Too bad I don't like chocolate. *Yeah I'm the only creature on earth who doesn't like chocolate* I'll try with a tangerine.

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  7. This is awesome. However, considering how often I stare at the computer in a catatonic like state, begging deity for inspiration, if I popped these jewels everytime, my butt would overfloweth my chair. Perhaps I should substitute grapes instead.....

    As for you, Al...not like chocolate??? And to think, I considered you a friend!

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    1. Hahahahahaha. Aw, come on! That could be chocolate eating discrimination. You can't possibly outcast me from your circle of friends because dragons don't eat chocolate. Reconsider, please.

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    2. Grapes are good, but Ms are better.

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  8. Sweet, sweet post! I have a tendency to pace between ideas . . .too often into the kitchen. Wintergreen altoids, hershey kisses, and tiny chocolate chips are my manic muses . . .I just need to be careful with how many I eat.

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    1. Quite the assortment. I'd love to add shortbread, but that's proves to be more of a distraction.

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  9. I'm a firm believer in the Ms...and my middle is showing it!

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    1. LOL, that just proves your imagination is all-encompassing!

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  10. Mmm, M&Ms...I mean, creativity pills! :P

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    1. We can never get enough creativity, right?

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  11. This makes so much more sense now! I always wondered what purpose those pills had. I shall have to go out and get me some. (And to think, all this time there was an answer for writer's block. Doctor's think of everything.)

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    1. Pills cure everything! Even writer's block!

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  12. Tempting, very tempting! Unfortunately this is the sort of thing I need to avoid. Fish is very good for the brain too, although far less convenient!

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    1. And far less tasty. Never been much for seafood myself.

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  13. And for those of us living in 80°F, lost kisses add an excellent twist when you eventually find it squished into the seat of your shorts.

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  14. Hah! I think I'd pop creativity pills all day and not eat anything else if that can were on my desk. :)

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    1. And that can must remain full at all times! Lately, it's been mostly red and green thanks to the Christmas bags, but the full range of colors should soon be filling it to the rim again real soon now.

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  15. So cool :)
    I make use of those colorful M's myself from time to time.
    Happy Weekend!

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    1. And Happy Weekend backatcha, Carol! May the Ms motivate more marvels!

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  16. OH, the marvels of technology! That such a wallop can be packed inside a candy coating less than a milimeter thick!

    Lauren

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    1. Yes, technology never tasted so good! LOL

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