Floor Cookies

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No.

Wrong.

These are Costco cookies, of all things.

 
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This isn’t the right thing that happens.

I’m not having any of these.

 

Bene edite.

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Rude Bugs

 

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Around the corner there’s a snail
Who only wants to see you fail.
So grab that slimer by the shell
And softly whisper, “Go to hell.”

Inside the pantry there’s an ant
Who’s apt to tell you that you can’t.
So sweep it underneath the table.
Show it that you’re more than able.

At the window there’s a fly
Who’d kind of like to have you die.
So swat the silly thing away
And tell it that you’re here to stay.

Among the flowers there’s a bee,
But this one wants to set you free.
So drink its honey, blaze a trail,
And don’t let ruder bugs prevail.

Do not listen to the snail.

 

Bene scribete.

Premium Lump

CrabLump

 

Get some lump.

Not just some pedestrian, you know, street lump, but some premium lump.

It’s wild caught lump.  You can tell because if it weren’t wild, it wouldn’t need to be caught.

Get some lump and keep it refrigerated.

♫ It’s lump, it’s lump, it’s lump, it might be crab. ♫

Premium lump, everyone.

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Premium

 

I don’t want it at all.

 

Bene edite.

Flowstate

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I’ve written before on blast-writing exercises and zero-drafting, so my interest was certainly piqued when I heard of an application designed to viciously facilitate that process.

The idea behind Flowstate is simple.  You pick the length of time you wish to write for, then start hammering away on those keys.  If at any point you stop typing for more than five consecutive seconds before that time is up, everything you’ve written is erased.

How’s that for motivation?

The downside is that it is currently only available on Apple ecosystems.  The downier side is that the Macintosh version is $15 and the iOS one is $10, which in the mobile market is a pretty steep ask for such a rudimentary program.

I’ll keep an eye on it, though, and probably snag it for the iPad when it comes down in price.  Sounds like just the sort of thing to keep the don’t-stop discipline in check and help curb those pre-editing tendencies.

How about you?  If you find yourself struggling to get those initial words out, would you consider trying a run-or-die method like this?

 

Bene scribete.