Why You Shouldn’t Ask What a Writer is Thinking About

Posted on 27/11/2012 by

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Four panel comic of a duck. The caption over the first distant view of the duck is the question: "What are you thinking about, little duck?" The following panels zoom in on the duck's head until the last one contains a thought bubble from the duck's head that reads: "Murder."

Not that you can’t of course. They may tell you delightedly. It’s just that some people find it disturbing when a person looks up and tells you distractedly that they’re wondering how much pressure you have to put on a circular saw to make it through a thigh bone.

 

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