“Three anti-social skills to improve your writing.” [TEDEd clip]

November 26, 2012 — Leave a comment

Someone tweeted (almost wrote “tooted” by accident) this link the other day, so I decided to share it here. It’s from TEDEd, which is always a good place to lose track of time. 

So… “1. eavesdrop. 2. pretend imaginary people are real. 3. mutter to yourself.”

*sigh*

Isn’t it great to know you share some qualities with anti-socials?

Or not.

Also, if you don’t consider yourself a writer but you have these skills, here’s a good reason to start that novel or screenplay you always wanted to write. Especially for you stalker-ly types, nosy peeps, or the kind who still have imaginary friends. Note that I’m not advocating what you normally do with these skills outside the writing context. Remember: everybody knows you never go full anti-social.

Never go full anti-social. 

heh heh heh.

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