Sunday, August 7, 2011

Finding Holes in Your Story.


If you don't find the holes in your story someone else will.

Holes in popular stories:




Lord of the Rings









28 comments:

  1. Those are awesome. I've always wondered why Gandolf never did that. It would have saved a lot of time. Thanks for posting these.

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  2. The LOTR clip made me laugh! Thanks for these today!

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  3. /rofl - Those were all hilarious!!!

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  4. So funny, thanks for sharing.

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  5. HISHE! Love that stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. LOL.

    It would have saved the Fellowship a lot of time if they'd done that!

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  7. I love Blade's comment at the end of the Twilight one. Must admit to feeling similar sentiments about Twilight :D

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  8. LOL I have found another HISHE fan! ^_^ Have you seen Iron Man and Dark Knight?

    :-D

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  9. These are hilarious!!! I love the Wizard of Oz and Lord of the Rings...Too funny! Thanks for the laugh! Blessings, Joanne

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  10. Thank you, Deirdra. You are too sweet :)

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  11. I really, really enjoyed this. The humor works brilliantly, and the animation is much better than I had imagined. The way you have “blended” (hehe) it all together makes this look like a solid, whole product, as good as any Pixar short. Probably better. But then again: That’s my opinion.
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  12. Bahahahaha! These are awesome!

    You've just earned yourself a new blog stalker ( :

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  13. Thanks for the award, Deirdra!

    I'm a new follower of your blog, so great to meet you.

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  14. Oh i may have to share these, so right. I had actually thought all of these things except the first. I saw it first when pretty tiny and it became a favourite - we question of favourite's less. I want to say a huge thanks for my award. Its up today and permanently on my awards page. You made my day.

    shah. xx

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  15. *laughing!* - :-D So danged funny!

    (thank you for stopping by my blog and for the award - *smiling warmly*)

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  16. Too funny. I want to thank you for stopping by both my blogs and your lovely awards.

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  17. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and passing along the award!

    Ted

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  18. Thanks so much for my award! That's incredible! I don't have time right now, but later today or tomorrow, I'll post your award to my blog. And I'll definitely follow your blog as well!

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  19. Oh that's great. Thanks!
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  20. THANK YOU! Okay commenting first and THEN off to watch these-- they are bound ot be good!!

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  21. So enjoyable! Thanks for this!

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  22. I'm feeling pretty brilliant at the moment so I just wanted to say thank you. I accepted the "Brilliant Writer" award and posted it on my blog today with a link back to you. Thanks again! http://writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/2011/08/brilliant-award-and-poets-market.html

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