Why are blueprints blue?
Not really sure. Anyways, pet peeves. Let me create a scene. I will use code for the title so I don’t give it away before you read it.
The Tory-Say Oppers-Tay
Bonfire. 22 college students. A few marshmallows. Two guitars.
“Yea, I used to play basketball in high school, I was actually on varsity for two years.”
“That’s pretty cool, I did too. Started a few games as a freshman, but everyone always thought I should have started all season.”
Meanwhile, guitar player A begins to strum the first two chords to “Wonderwall,” and clearly doesn’t know it. In comes guitar player B and they collaborate. Thinking they have figured it out, they begin to play together, but clearly, still don’t know it.
“At my school, we weren’t allowed to start as freshmen, but I was voted the conference MVP for my junior year.”
“I see. At my school we didn’t vote on MVPs because our coach always said that the leaders would stand out on their own. I did too. I had 52 points one game, and I almost dunked. Got about two finger tips worth of rim.”
“I could dunk in middle school.”
Confused, Heather suddenly shouted, “prove it,” from across the fire. Thus the two story toppers began to “dunk” the marshmallows over tree limbs. Each higher than the next, and this continued for hours. When they finally could not reach any more branches, they returned to the fire to reveal their new stories of “tree-dunking” to the other students but no one was there.