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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:12

HH wrote:Aw, you two are so cute when you flirt over craft!
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Re: Recommended reference books

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Proofrdr wrote:Aw, shucks, HH Image
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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:12

Baker wrote::lol: Don't worry, HH, if I attempt to alphabetise a list, that ought to get Proof rapping me over the knuckles again. :;)
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Re: Recommended reference books

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Proofrdr wrote:Only if you decide to rearrange the letters of the alphabet! :yikes:...again!
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Re: Recommended reference books

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Baker wrote::lol: See! Normal service resumed. :;)
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Re: Recommended reference books

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Proofrdr wrote:Is it over now? Whew! That was weird. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:14

MeganMagill wrote:
HH wrote:Aw, you two are so cute when you flirt over craft!


:lol:
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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:14

sacchigreen wrote:
MeganMagill wrote:
HH wrote:Aw, you two are so cute when you flirt over craft!


:lol:


In the current thread about humor (and historical fiction, but that's not the point here), HH seems to think it's difficult to write witty banter. What have we got here? How many ROFL smilies have been induced by conversations on the Forum? How hard can it be?

You just have to figure out how to write both sides of the exchange.
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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:14

HH wrote:Sacchi! That's it!

:cheer:

From now on, I'll have Proof and Bakey write all the dialogue for my characters. Woohoo! :yahoo:
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Re: Recommended reference books

Postby PaulaO » 27 Mar 2010, 13:15

sacchigreen wrote:
HH wrote:Sacchi! That's it!

:cheer:

From now on, I'll have Proof and Bakey write all the dialogue for my characters. Woohoo! :yahoo:


There ya go! You'll just need to have Proof and Bakey be your characters. Should be interesting when you do some more erotica.
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