Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen

Plot: you saute it in garlic butter.

mrissa: Stranger things have happened. "Things We Keep In This House For No Reason" has grown plot.
timprov: Really?
M: Well, not more than a thousand words worth of plot. But still.
T: Apparently plot is like mushrooms.
M: Pour enough bullshit on it and it grows?
T: That's how it seems to work for you, anyway.
M: Yeah, that's how it works.

I have since noticed that since we have already established that alecaustin brings the darkness to our collaborations, I should have already figured out that I bring the bullshit, and the mushroom thing would have been clear all along.
Tags: full of theories, pure silliness

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