Friday, July 1, 2011

Friday Plot Swap~TFLN STYLE

Friday Plot Swap

Dawn's Plot Swap
Have a plot? Leave one
Need a plot ? Take one 
This was so much fun the last time I thought we would do it again.
Ever heard of Texts from Last Night? 
While some of the post are quite disturbing, they would definitely make for an interesting plot. 
Here are a few that got my mind working:
 I needed a laugh today. All of these would fit best in a romantic comedy. 

So, what's got you laughing today?


Teri Anne Stanley said...

That last one reminds me of the time in college when I woke to find an acquaintance of my roommate trying to come in through the window. I told him my roommate wasn't home, and he said, "Oh. Well, what are you doing?"

Fortunately, I kicked him out, recognizing that being "any port in a storm" is not the best way to connect with a guy. But what if he was breaking in for some other reason, like he was trying to escape a stalker ex-girlfriend and thought he was breaking in to his cousin's apartment?

Dawn Alexander said...

That's what every girl wants to hear. "Oh, she's not home? Well, guess you'll do." Oh, baby, oh, baby, hold me back!

I like your "What if.." though.

Genevieve Wilson said...

I love going to Makes me laugh out loud every time!

Dawn Alexander said...

Genevieve~ I was laughing so hard I was crying reading that site last night. I try to keep this site PG-13 so, I couldn't use anything I found. But, they are hilarious!

Jessica R. Patch said...

ROFL! Love the one about the banker and the 30 pack of beer. Ha!

Best text this week was from my bff. She's been working as a camp counselor for Kid's Camp. Here's what I received at 10:32 Tuesday morning.

"Hey, I fell and hit my tailbone, threw up in front of everyone, and passed out. Nothing's broke."

I could see her lying on the ground in front of dozens of kids and adults, puking and then falling over unconscious. Funny junk. :)

Dawn Alexander said...

Jessica~ That is great. I mean, not for your friend, but it made me laugh. Poor girl. If it was a romance novel, some hunky counselor with first aid training would come attend to her.