25 Corny “Compelling” Plots


These randomly generated plots – not to be taken seriously – are from
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Seriously, would you consider any to be worth considering?

  1. An agent quarrels with an intellectual missionary.
  2. A manipulative pilot has limited time to hijack a truck full of sick monkeys. The circumstances are commenced by a robbery.
  3. An aging warrior questions a handsome football player.
  4. A priest falls for an untrustworthy model. Events are concluded by an arrest.
  5. A warrior has a day to transport – across enemy territory – a possessed toy.
  6. When a mistake is made, a disparate group of experts – brought together by an eccentric millionaire – go on a jungle trek. The plot is begun by money going missing.
  7. An artist saves the life of a happy-go-lucky gold digger. The story is commenced by money going missing.
  8. A failed Sunday school teacher quarrels with a doddery robot. The circumstances are made more complex by a ticking bomb.
  9. A school girl buys an invisible car. The story is resolved by a new witness.
  10. When they have to turn down their ideal job, a family of oddballs go on the rampage. The situation is reduced to chaos by a surprising revelation.
  11. When a conman takes their money, a group of mercenaries find a buyer for a bankrupt holiday resort. Events are reduced to chaos by the arrival of the police.
  12. When they discover that someone is trying to kill them, a coachload of drag queens use the information given by their dying guide to find: an out of the way railway station. The situation is encumbered by a fire.
  13. An imaginary friend fights with an untrustworthy doctor. Events are resolved by a storm.
  14. When a storm washes out the bridge, a class of snotty prep school kids find money to buy an overgrown garden. The situation is split wide open by an invasion.
  15. A sexy crook seduces a straight talking housewife.
  16. A disinterested truck driver is blackmailed to carry out a mysterious disappearance. The situation is encumbered by the imminent destruction of the base.
  17. A government clerk has 24 hours to finance a deal that will save thousands of jobs. The situation is reduced to chaos by the real perpetrator.
  18. An aging little old lady is arrested for blackmail.
  19. A nanny and a religious trawlerman combine forces to go on a riverboat trip. The circumstances are encumbered by a wedding.
  20. An immoral manager has 24 hours to find a replacement. The plot is commenced by a new job.
  21. A dog lover borrows a magic ring. The situation is encumbered by the discovery of the missing papers.
  22. An undertaker has a day to expose the conspiracy.
  23. A rich secret agent is arrested for corruption. The plot is made more complex by a meeting.
  24. An assassin has limited time to find the professor who knows how to stop the disaster.
  25. An unkempt daughter has limited time to use the information given by their dying guide to find: a network of secret underground tunnels.

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Toilet paper from the bottom


Although I prefer the roll to unroll from the top, when Sharon mentioned “from the bottom” and “cats” in her post, I remembered our clever little kitty.

She came to us from the SPCA via my daughter, and had the LOUDEST PURR you can imagine (I wanted her to be named Harley).  Both daughter and I had places to go each day, so Hayley had to learn to use a litter tray. As we were flatting, the litter tray was kept in the bathroom cum shower cum laundry.

Hayley sometimes opened the door and would watch me on the loo, even putting her paws on the seat and peering down into the bowl! (I can laugh now…)

Daughter occasionally forgot about clearing the tray each day. I came home to the flat one day to use the ‘facilities’ and nearly gagged on the tray’s odour.

Then discovered that, beside the loo, there was a pile of toilet paper (as Sharon mentions).

On picking it up to drop into the waste bin, I realised Hayley had in fact pulled down a pile, dropped her own pile, then pulled down another pile to cover her doings. Clever wee kitty! Needless to say, it was all flushed away.

I’ve sometimes wondered why we didn’t smooch her into doing it all the time…who knows, she may have learned to actually perch on the seat for her daily doings. What a time saver that would have been, and So much more healthy.


A memory recalled by Sharon Hughson’s blog post Epiphany on the TP Roll
Click over and have a read.

 

 

Poor choice of Word – 3


Much of NZ was in grief at the death of our rugby star, Jerry Collins.

On the evening following the funeral, which was being covered by all news media, during the news program at six o’clock on TVone the reporter made an unfortunate blooper…

“…and as his carcass-[face in shock]-casket was carried …”

OMG.
Needless to say, in the late evening news, another clip was found to air.
I wonder if the TVone on air (ie via internet) showed the News programme, because I know NZers will not believe me, and want to check.