December 8, 2010

To her friend during a discussion about their creative writing teacher...

Uuugh...

21 comments:

  1. Now I'm just fascinated to know which characters they used.

    Reading it, however, is not on my to do list.

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  2. The thought that students in creative writing classes turn in fanfic for credit is a little disturbing.

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  3. I would be this person's friend.

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  4. NFL Superpro in: "Touch-Down All Over"

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  5. The Creeper in: "Aptly named..."

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  6. My eyes are still burning from the Wolverine/Prowl (from "Transformers") "erotic" fanfic that I was tricked into reading last month. Some things just can't be unseen without a lobotomy...

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  7. It's very, very conceivable that her teacher was using weary sarcasm that went RIGHT OVER her young head. Like he meant "you kids keep handing in this fan fic garbage, but yours definitely has more Superman/Flash oral sex than ANY of the others... This is what my Master's of English gets me?"

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  8. Write a wolverine story, get it drawn, and published. Wow! You write for Marvel! Write a story that goes nowhere...ew, you write fanfiction?! Just remember that if finding a good comic is like finding copper, then finding a good fanfiction is like finding gold.

    This said, why isn't ourvaluedcustomers in more print?

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  9. Teacher to Student: "Of all the erotic fanfics I've read today, yours is one of them."

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  10. I'm no prude, porn your writing up as much as you want, but are you sure you should be sharing it in a creative writing workshop? Hell, I can even see taking erotic fanfic to a literature class for deconstruction, but to a writing workshop?

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  11. I doubt it was something she turned in for an assignment. Most likely she gave it to him to read and once he realized where it was going, I doubt any self respecting professor would finish it, and it was most certainly sarcasm. Unless he wanted to bang her, then well...

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  12. "You know, your work really captures the inherent eroticism of the superhero genre. I have a Catwoman costume at home if you'd like to discuss it further..."

    Eww.

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  13. Do people go into your store and purposely say stupid things so they'll end up in your comic?

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  14. Comments like that one lead me to believe your customers are sexually starved.

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  15. It's Fan-Fiction Friday time!!!


    HA!- "Touch-Down All Over" Nice!!!

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  16. Some people seem to have to make EVERYTHING in life about sex.

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  17. you seem to have a lot of horny geek chicks in your store

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  18. Ummm, you sure he didn't say "neurotic?" Just a thought...

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  19. DoctorPlastastic1/08/2011 10:10 PM

    I'm certain my local comic shop is not your store, because I haven't made it on this page. I'd assume my "I wanna kill that Quesada dickface for replacing Daredevil with Black Panther. Hey, you don't happen to have a shotgun, do you?" remark would've made it.
    That said, I wanna kill that Quesada dickface for replacing Daredevil with Black Panther. Anyone know where they sell shotguns?

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  20. No amount of creative writing classes are gonna help you if you insist on writing erotic superhero fan fiction.

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