#drawing #homestuck #terezi
A story about a world where everyone has the ability to change one event in their lives. Said something stupid? You can take it back and say something better. Accidentally kill someone with your car? You can take it back, you were able to stop in time. Etc. But the thing is the characters in the film end up deciding to take something back that leads to something even worse in their lives and they have to live with it and becomes a huge market for people auctioning off their moment to take back and interesting things can happen.
Mini-bread bowls. Small bowls of soup that you pop in your mouth and eat in one bite sorta thing. Does this exist?
do u ever feel like a plastic bag
Why do crazy people wear tinfoil on their heads to mess with the government’s or whoever’s signals? I mean, didn’t people used to wrap TV and radio antennas in tinfoil to INCREASE the reception, not inhibit it? Think there’s a story in there somewhere. Crazy guy among crazy guys telling them to take off the tinfoil hats to save them or something. Or they’re not even crazy.
Sitcoms are typically about average people or families, no one important in history. Shows about the past typically revolve around a famous figure or type of person like royalty. There are even period piece sitcoms from decades past like 70’s Show and the Goldbergs and Do Over, and they’re just average people for the time. Why not a middle ages sitcom revolving around average people?
Another dumb story idea, a drug kingpin, the number one in the city. Everyone wants his merch. The finest drugs ever. It makes everyone so happy no matter what, never any side effects either. But turns out he’s not a drug kingpin, he’s a candy kingpin. Like a mountain of opened up pixiesticks instead of a mountain of cocaine in his place, you know. And the candy is just making all these users happy like when getting candy as kids, but they don’t realize it. And a huge drug war, gang wars, are going on in the streets for control of the kingpin’s empire. But the kingpin doesn’t know this at first, he thinks he’s distributing delightful candy and repackaging it in a way to target the hardened, down on their luck youths in this crippled poverty and crime stricken city. Like kids buying syringes of heroine, why not syringes of liquid candy stuff? Those wrapped 7p bricks of cocaine, why not bricks of pixiesticks? I dunno, I have the stupidest ideas.