Sometimes the craziest things get stuck in our head and end up giving us terrific stories.
My favorite example of this comes from a friend in the writing group. Now you have to understand that we, like every writing group, have a few in jokes. One of them has to do with a rather unfortunate mis-read on my part that ended up making a very scary monster a hick in my mind. Well she took that in joke and made a story out of it, you can find that story in Cthulhu Unbound #1. Yeah, she ran with something crazy and it panned out.
So, what crazy thought would pan out if you just let it?
Here are a few crazy facts that might inspire you. And that’s what I am here for, inspiration!
Only female mosquitoes draw blood.
The Twinkie does not have an indefinite shelf life in and of itself, it is only through the airtight packaging that it can last past a week.
Cinderella’s first name was Ella.
Carrots were not originally orange.
Tom Sawyer was the first novel written on a typewriter.
A flea can jump 130 times its own height.
The heaviest human brain ever recorded weighed 5 lb. 1.1 oz.
Pokehontas appeared on the back of the 20 dollar bill in 1875.
Sound at the right vibration can bore holes through solid objects.
Flu shots only work about 70% of the time.
Peacin’ it together one word at a time…