“oneword.com” makes me wish I had come up with the idea, news at 11.

One (hardy har) of the links I’ve seen floating around the writing world as of late is that of oneword.com, a prompt site that gives you “one word” and a minute to write everything you can about it.  While prompt sites are not unique in themselves at all, nor is the idea of using “one word” to garner inspiration, this is the first time I’ve seen a site that combines both and also publishes what viewers have written (as well as including the damn timer!) I admit I’ve been having a bit of fun on it for the past few days. Here is my latest one word, one minute masterpiece~

Prompt: “expecting”

I was expecting nothing less from such a prompt. Usually it’s some vague, or a noun that makes you go “wait, what, what am i supposed to write about that?” but the prompt “expecting” is quite easy. I simply write about what I was  expecting from a prompt. Oh, God, I think I’m running my brain into a circle.  Is this the part where I see forever? Or is this the part where I just get up and go get some cookies because I broke my brain again and it’s time for cookies? I dunno. I wasn’t expecting that.

 Pulitzer now, please.

(psst, post your own results in the comments please, I must be amused!)