Michael DeForge had a tremendous 2014.
Is your character hungry?
Have you been writing since 4AM? Is your writing flow on fire and you cannot stop to do a search for that perfect scrumptious menu item your character needs?
How about a menu list to take care of that problem?
NOTE: As always it is given you are familiar with just about everything collected. The point of this is to help solve a problem while you are creating. You can always research and discover everything yourself. This is all about the SPARK and to Keep things flowing…to solve the problem quickly or even be a place holder until you can find what is perfect for you.
(Click on the foods to see images, help write your descriptions, and get other ideas )
Gouda on a muffin
Country fried steak
Bagel and Coffee
Biscuit and gravy
Corned Beef Hash and Eggs
Country Potato Casserole
Chicken fried steak and eggs with gravy
Hash browns and toast
Vanilla yogurt with fruit and bran
Grapefruit with sugar
Fried egg on toast
Fresh spinach omelet
Pancakes topped with butter rum
Honey dew melon
Slice of NYC Pizza
Lemon-Pepper Vinaigrette Salad
Roast beef Sandwich
Mac n Cheese
Pita and Hummus
French Cheese Fries
Steak and Potatoes
Fish and Chips
Burrito Rice and Beans
Roasted Basel Chicken
Panfried Pork Chops
Spicy Beef w/Bell Peppers
Leg of Lamb
Buttermilk Fried Chicken
PLACES TO EAT IN CASE YOUR CHARACTER IS HUNGRY IN ONE OF THESE CITIES:
(want to know what they are serving? Click on them to go to menus.)
Eat in LA:
The Ivy Restaurants
800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria
101 Noodle Express
Roscoe’s House of Chicke ‘N Waffles
MIDNIGHT FRIDGE RAID:
Chips an Salsa
Spoonful of peanut butter
Bag of pretzels
BIG BOWL OF CERAL
Chunk of Cheese
Leftover a’La Carte
Keep on reading… for a little shift in the focus in this post…. Take one of these below and add it to something from above to help you create something cool.
NEED A QUICK JACKHAMMER:
Solid Brick, Dark Side for the Dance Club, Liquid Sugar, Lima Beam, Grand Daddy Short Legs, Gray Sun Rocks, Thunder Shakes, Mind Joggers
BREAKER BAR “Defined ~ Just when you thought you knew what I was going to write…”
Defined ~ “A great prop properly placed builds character”…what can you build your character with?
HOT TOPIC OF THE POST:
Quick look at the COFFEE SHOP BUSINESS:
HALF-BAKED – COFFEE SHOP MOVIE IDEA :Renee Whithall met her husband at a college bar and her lover at a coffee shop. She quickly realizes beer and coffee do not mix well. The cream and sugar is what she needs daily, but getting stiff drink every now and then is what keeps things sane.
EXTRA SPECIAL BONUS: Some favorite foods of former presidents
They all pretty much love ICE CREAM!!!….
The deaths of 12 people in Paris, France at the office of weekly satirical news magazine Charlie Hebdo has hit the world hard. After releasing a cartoon depicting the prophet Mohammed, the offices were the target of an attack by terrorist forces.
Ready for your comic artist remix!… Take one or all to make your next comic gag. Bend, hammer, and shape them into something cool.
MAKE SURE IF YOU USE AN IDEA SEND ME WHAT YOU DID WITH IT!… I would love to see it…..
But not all big words are a foot and a half long — or (to use a big word for that) sesquipedalian. Thousands are relatively short — if not downright stubby — and include even one-syllable words….
1. natiform: buttocks-like
2. anderun: harem
3. terete: torpedo-shaped
4. cortinate: cobweb-like
5. sinistral: on or to the left
6. squage: to dirty with handling
7. plat: building plot or lot
8. treen: made of wood; wooden
9. oculus: opening at the top of a dome
10. tucket: trumpet flourish or signal
11. riprap: broken stone
12. tootlish: muttering in a childish way
13. pingo: mound in permafrost terrain
14. vitative: loving life
15. ledgit: note or other slip of paper projecting from a book’s pages
16. symphoric: accident-prone
17. maremma: swampy coastline
18. gleet: sticky, greasy, or slimy filth
19. quisquose: hard to deal with; ticklish
20. eoan: pertaining to dawn or the east
21. cruentous: bloody
22. muscid: pertaining to the housefly
23. crinkum: venereal disease
24. pandurate: fiddle- or violin-shaped
25. arles: money to bind a bargain; money up front
26. meline: pertaining to a badger or badgers
27. begrutten: having a face swollen from weeping
28. lentic: dwelling in still or slow-moving waters
29. xeres: sherry
30. ruderous: filled with garbage
click below for the complete list….