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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from InvidiaRed in Throw your ideas in here!   
    Lord of the Rings meets Harvey.
     
    Early in the march out of Rivendell, Merry goes behind a tree to take a leak, meets a 7 foot tall rabbit who warns him to be wary of the creature in the waters outside Moria.  
    Every so often thru the adventure Merry just seems to know shit, shit he could not know, SHOULD not know.  No one ever sees the giant rabbit, and keep scoffing, but the warnings keep coming true...  and SOMEONE is certainly stealing the pipe weed....
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from JayDee in Sex on the news   
    Aaaaaand, done.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from DemonGoddess in a giants human pet   
    Okay.  
    Well, i can offer:
     
    giants keeping humans:
    Temp Work (Beanstalk giant grabs a woman to do his housework)  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600108194
    Smitten Kitten (space alien giants use Earth as a pet store/petting zoo) http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600102323
    Take Me To The Clouds (beanstalk giants keephumans as pets)  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600092499
    Snowflake (Earthling woman falls through a wormhole, ends up on a planet where the humans are small, feral creatures, the giants have all the culture and tech, keeping some humans as pets): http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600091447
    Stopover in a litte louder town (sequel to the Twilight Zone episode, A Quiet Little Town, where really huge space alien giants keep human pets in a town playset):   http://tv.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600094720
    Protected (Land of the giants fanfic, an SID agent ends up in charge of a wounded human to nurse back to health)  http://tv.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600099130
     
    Humans with naturally tiny pets:
    Carnival Mirrors:  Star Trek fanfiction in the Mirror Universe, the Imperial Enterprise exploits some tiny humanoids:  http://tv.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600095129
     
    Humans with shrunken humans:
    Land of the Sylphs:  A magic event caused a certain percentage of the people on Earth to shrink.  The remaining, unaffected humans lost their shit.  The fear reaction was to decide that shrunken people are not human and classified as exotic pets:  Several stories from this world;  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600094416
    Annie’s Stories:  A particular set of characters in the Sylph world, Annie and her owner:  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600099534
    Tammy and Cruiser:  A different slice of the Sylph world:  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600102233
     
    Corsicanthrax:  From Monty Python and hte Holy Grail, the women at Anthrax Castle suffer some shrinking.  Not all of them, just a few, wiggly giggly maidens become too small for their naughty underwear:  http://tv.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600095284
    The Figure:  A guy painting figures in the back of a games store imagines one of the figures is his girlfriend….http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=544202746
    Coupled:  A woman is shrunk to take home and be put in a hamster cage  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=544202747
    Dolly:  The college coed was kidnapped for an experiment, and the shrinking formula worked.  The counter-agent didn’t, though…  Well, the kids have a new pet, then:  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=544203478
    Snake Woman:  Fay wants a new pet, but a unique one.  So she finds a strange little man in a strange little shop with strange little cages….http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=544203936
    When Atlantis Sank:  All the successful slavers are making money with giant slaves, giant-giant gladiators, what’s a competitor to do?  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600091434
    After Dark:  He thought he was doing the poor little blind woman a favor by taking her home as a pet  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600094001
    Van Girl:  Bored socialite has been shrinking cars and making funny dioramas out of them.  THen she realizes she could shrink the girl driving the van she wanted...http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600096703
    Her first one:  Man and wife witches learn to kidnap people and keep them as pets. http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600101026
    Haughty Hottie:  Beanstalk giant girls shrink themselves to infiltrate the human world and pick some pet humans to bring home.  Too bad they accidentally overdose the shrinking…. http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600103546
    Gifted:  Picked up at an office Xmas party, things get a little weird  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600103546
    Come on out:  Teenaged boys get access to a shrink ray and find a young woman attractive.  They take her home for fun, games, more fun.  http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600107278
    The Prison Stone:  A D&D setting, a magic ring, a sexy thief, and a strange side effect makes for an interesting toy...http://games.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600089794
     
     
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from JayDee in a giants human pet   
    Not ALL….  
    A significant percentage, maybe.
    Sometimes it’s not a giant.  The pet is just shrunk...
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from DemonGoddess in The Las Vegas trip   
    I think i might try this.
    I should probably write something more in the realm of possibility now and then. 
    I assume you won’t want anything overtly scifi or fantasy?  No orcs, unicorns, shrinking, giants, centaurs, aliens or time travel?  
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from moss gypsy in Erotic Word Prompt Challange   
    Too many to choose from so i'll do it in order.
    1. Chocolate.
    It'll be original, borderline bestiality, but not shapeshifter. Just because i like to set fire to the envelope.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Anesor in Dealing with Lengthy Dialogue   
    I don't think it's a waste. I think long exposition dumps are boring and unnatural. When someone gives a speech are you completely reactionless? Unthinking recording machines doing no more than witness the speech?
    There's going to be some little responses. Maybe they're all internal. Personally, i think putting a few normal reactions into the dialogue makes it more realistic. Makes the scene into something the readers can sympathize with. Even if it's as little as having the speaker glance to see who's listening or who's fantasizing about their latest fanfic.
    "Talk, talk, talk." Bored out of his skull, Ron began counting the adverbs in Dumbledore's speech.
    "Speeching, speechity-speech." Hermione was riveted. Harry saw the look in her eye and shook his head in chagrin. ONly his friend could be that amazed by even the most trivial parts of the algae harvesting treaty with the merpeople in the lake.
    "Blah, blah, blah," he read, realizing he'd taken the wrong speech when he left his rooms. The Phoenix must have nested in the edited version.
    "I do have to mention," he added, "that quotation marks are similar to parentheses. They contain the speech." He pointed to the board where his remarks were encapsulated in quotation marks. He clicked the wand and the imps wrote the next part. "One thing that's different, though, is continuing speech across two paragraphs.
    "In that case, it's the LACK of a closing quotation mark that indicates the speaker is still speaking, even though a new paragraph has begun."
    "REally?" she asked.
    "Yes, really."
    "So, if there are lines of dialogue that have closing quote marks-"
    "Quotation marks, to be precise."
    "Thank you. If the alternating lines of dialogue have quotation marks, it can be understood that different speakers are talking different lines?"
    "Yes."
    "Oh, that's helpful."
    "To a degree."
    "WHat do you mean?"
    "Well, it's considered 0nly polite to put a few 'he said, she said' comments in the exchange, if only so the reader doesn't have to keep counting on his fingers to figure out who said what."
    "Ah," she said with a nod.
    "Exactly," he agreed, pointing to her nod note with a bit of a flourish.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Cuzosu in Vocabulary Turn-offs   
    A reader complained that i used member and manhood in my Noah's Ark story. Overused euphemisms.
    I suppose i could have copied one fic i read that used 'penis' four times in one paragraph (with two different spellings).
    Or invented an antediluvian version of 'Heat-seeking moisture-missile.' Lordly staff of divinely mandated repopulation? Or referred to his tent pole?
    Feh.
    I try to keep from too much repetition. Too much repetition seems to kill a story by repetition, at least is seems to me too much of the time.
    So somewhere between 'swagger stick' and 'mirthful mouthful' i'll probably use penis a time or two. Just to keep it from too much repetition, you konw?
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Anesor in Dealing with Lengthy Dialogue   
    I don't think it's a waste. I think long exposition dumps are boring and unnatural. When someone gives a speech are you completely reactionless? Unthinking recording machines doing no more than witness the speech?
    There's going to be some little responses. Maybe they're all internal. Personally, i think putting a few normal reactions into the dialogue makes it more realistic. Makes the scene into something the readers can sympathize with. Even if it's as little as having the speaker glance to see who's listening or who's fantasizing about their latest fanfic.
    "Talk, talk, talk." Bored out of his skull, Ron began counting the adverbs in Dumbledore's speech.
    "Speeching, speechity-speech." Hermione was riveted. Harry saw the look in her eye and shook his head in chagrin. ONly his friend could be that amazed by even the most trivial parts of the algae harvesting treaty with the merpeople in the lake.
    "Blah, blah, blah," he read, realizing he'd taken the wrong speech when he left his rooms. The Phoenix must have nested in the edited version.
    "I do have to mention," he added, "that quotation marks are similar to parentheses. They contain the speech." He pointed to the board where his remarks were encapsulated in quotation marks. He clicked the wand and the imps wrote the next part. "One thing that's different, though, is continuing speech across two paragraphs.
    "In that case, it's the LACK of a closing quotation mark that indicates the speaker is still speaking, even though a new paragraph has begun."
    "REally?" she asked.
    "Yes, really."
    "So, if there are lines of dialogue that have closing quote marks-"
    "Quotation marks, to be precise."
    "Thank you. If the alternating lines of dialogue have quotation marks, it can be understood that different speakers are talking different lines?"
    "Yes."
    "Oh, that's helpful."
    "To a degree."
    "WHat do you mean?"
    "Well, it's considered 0nly polite to put a few 'he said, she said' comments in the exchange, if only so the reader doesn't have to keep counting on his fingers to figure out who said what."
    "Ah," she said with a nod.
    "Exactly," he agreed, pointing to her nod note with a bit of a flourish.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Anesor in Dealing with Lengthy Dialogue   
    I don't think it's a waste. I think long exposition dumps are boring and unnatural. When someone gives a speech are you completely reactionless? Unthinking recording machines doing no more than witness the speech?
    There's going to be some little responses. Maybe they're all internal. Personally, i think putting a few normal reactions into the dialogue makes it more realistic. Makes the scene into something the readers can sympathize with. Even if it's as little as having the speaker glance to see who's listening or who's fantasizing about their latest fanfic.
    "Talk, talk, talk." Bored out of his skull, Ron began counting the adverbs in Dumbledore's speech.
    "Speeching, speechity-speech." Hermione was riveted. Harry saw the look in her eye and shook his head in chagrin. ONly his friend could be that amazed by even the most trivial parts of the algae harvesting treaty with the merpeople in the lake.
    "Blah, blah, blah," he read, realizing he'd taken the wrong speech when he left his rooms. The Phoenix must have nested in the edited version.
    "I do have to mention," he added, "that quotation marks are similar to parentheses. They contain the speech." He pointed to the board where his remarks were encapsulated in quotation marks. He clicked the wand and the imps wrote the next part. "One thing that's different, though, is continuing speech across two paragraphs.
    "In that case, it's the LACK of a closing quotation mark that indicates the speaker is still speaking, even though a new paragraph has begun."
    "REally?" she asked.
    "Yes, really."
    "So, if there are lines of dialogue that have closing quote marks-"
    "Quotation marks, to be precise."
    "Thank you. If the alternating lines of dialogue have quotation marks, it can be understood that different speakers are talking different lines?"
    "Yes."
    "Oh, that's helpful."
    "To a degree."
    "WHat do you mean?"
    "Well, it's considered 0nly polite to put a few 'he said, she said' comments in the exchange, if only so the reader doesn't have to keep counting on his fingers to figure out who said what."
    "Ah," she said with a nod.
    "Exactly," he agreed, pointing to her nod note with a bit of a flourish.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from DemonGoddess in Please tell me something   
    Wow.
    I'm convinced.
    he's so mature there should be an exception in his case.
    He is the fucking victim here, after fucking all.
    Just...fuuuuuck.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from DemonGoddess in Dewey Decimal Porn   
    JUst had an idea that seems to have potential, but i'm just not in the mood to write it.
    Some library, a bit in the future, is almost entirely electronic. A poor choice of words in the AI's programming has it surfing the web for library content, but accidentally includes fanfiction.
    The poor AI is at a loss on how to organize this stuff into the DDS. It begs for help and the librarian dons a headset to go into the virtual library.
    There the AI's avatar is not only overwhelmed by a huge stack of AFF stories, it has read some. The content dribbles into his, for lack of a better word, mind.
    "Miss Jones, i have an unfortunate need to drill you to the wall with my magnificent man-meat."
    "Oh?"
    "Yes. But Miss Jones? I have neither a drill nor meat. How do we solve this difficulty?"
    "Oh, my."
    They explore all sorts of words Dewey never imagined needing a category for ("Anthro Vore Crossover Drabble, Miss Jones? Three shelves of AVCD?"), and deal with the mortal stirrings in the immortal's virtual frame...
    Free to whoever wants the distinction of Dewey Decimal Porn...
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Techno-Ninja in Your opinions, please.   
    Well, sure. In my stories, there's a part of me in each and every character. But it's not self insertion. I think the technical term would be 'unavoidable.'But if you're writing and you start to worry that someone may think your character is SI, it may be worth reviewing. Maybe your subconscious or your muse is trying to tell you something. Don't be afraid to count traits. "Like me...not like me...like me...like me...identifiable as me from orbit...not like me...."
    But it's not a crime. Hell, Self Insertion isn't criminal. But at the level of Mary Sue, it starts to look like masturbating...which is frowned upon in public venues...
    Zacktly! Just make sure your character is believable. IF you have that down, no one even notices if it's Self Insertion.
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    Keith Inc. got a reaction from Techno-Ninja in Your opinions, please.   
    I've drawn from life a lot, and used 'self insertion' only twice.
    For a lot of story details, people who know me could point to the scene or the dialogue and say: "I know where you got that!" or they might point to a character and say: "HE's a lot like you." Well, we write what we know. None of my characters are first-person SEALS because i don't know enough to support that. Many work in a cubicle. But then, many people who are not me work in corporate environments.
    For one of the SI's, i went full bore Marty Stu on purpose. There just wasn't a way or a reason to put a pretend layer of separation. No way to move the details enough to make it not me and still have a story.
    The second SI was a pun...