Writing Prompts

Sometimes I see lists of writing prompts for blog posts and think, “hey, I could do that.” So, I did.

Things got weird.

writing prompts for blog posts

1. If Queen Victoria had ruled over a nation of zombies and/or tangerines, would she still be the virgin queen?

2. Wine is to rabbits as carrots are to ________. Show your work.

3. Orson Welles once stated, “I started at the top and worked my way down.” Discuss this quote in relation to the Kardashian of your choice.

4. Is it possible to have your cake and eat it too if you, in fact, are a fork?

5. A priest, a rabbi and a potato walk in to a bar. Finish the joke. Bonus points for pun-like use of the word tater in the punchline.


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5 Responses to “Writing Prompts”

  1. Suzanne says:

    If I ever go back to school, I’m making number 3 my thesis.


  2. Brigid Keely says:

    Queen Victoria was actually super in lust with King Albert and they boned constantly. Sadly, that resulted in a bunch of kids she didn’t care about. It was Elizabeth I (a red head) who was the so-called Virgin Queen. http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=187

    If she’d ruled over a nation of Zombies she’d probably have, I don’t know, kicked major ass and kept boning her husband constantly. She’d probably keep things well in hand. Tangerines, on the other hand…

    (I pretty much only commented on the “virgin” thing to post the link to that comment, btw)


    Amy Reply:

    Tangerines are always making things awkward. But at least you figured out the actual point to that question. It was a trick.


  3. Jackie says:

    These are hilarious! I may try one of them.


  4. Dreamer says:

    2. Wine is to rabbits as carrots are to ________. Show your work.

    Rabbits stereotypically like carrots.
    ______ stereotypically like wine.

    Hmmmm…. who likes wine?

    I know! The FRENCH!


    Wine is to rabbits as carrots are to the French!

    This is a French joke, and not meant to offend in any way. Thank you. :D


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