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Loads of sheep and cows round here. And shite. Oh well. There's worse things I can get on me boots. They're not kinky by the way. More kinda "feck off I'm building" type things.
Cement can do terrible things to leather. And my lovely hair. The grey powdery git. Black snot ain't pretty. Why do I lookat it? Like a car crash from the nostrils. Where is my hanky. Ah. It's not white anymore.
Ahum. Bloody bees. And Cs. Aye.
I like a bet. Cos I like to win. Losing hurts. Mind you, been a while.
I was in a hotel once. Not so long ago. High class too. I wasn't paying. I'm not daft.
A card beside da bell on reception desk in front of receptionist who must work as a model as male tongues in the queue behind me lolled and dribbled said
"Our Philosophy is to treat you, our guest, with the utmost courtesy at absolutely all times."
I'm happy to report they did.
Howover, my philosophy is that extra terra aliens exist. Somewhere. If God exists he ain't too keen to intervene in the manners of man and that when we die we ain't coming back. And there ain't no clouds and long white beards in heaven. Despite what some say. If it exists.
And all that cack about hell being hot and red hot pokers up juxies is toss. Of the highest order. As for limbo and purgatory I giggle. What a load of auld wonk.
Point been that philosphies are things that deal with what this world is, what life is, if there's a god and the like.
They have bugger all to with eating.
Phil, dear boy. Please choose your words more carefully. Or maybe you did. Ahoo.
Either way. I'll be sticking to my philosophy. No matter what.
Now dat dun it's time to get the bacon and the lamb chops on. Aw, da poor pig and sheep. Nicer than some people you know. They taste better too.
If its meant to be a drama, then we should write our scripts as a drama. Ok, the theme lends itself to be comedic but if you make it too funny(unless its a deliberate pisstake...ahem) then it ain't fulfilling the requirements.
Sure, people mighn't be happy with the themem and genre but, hey, that's what makes it a challenge. A drama to me shouldn't be horror or action(though it could have some action if necessary).
There are an infinite different number of characters who may be vegan. It impacts on religion, ethics, medicine, animal rights, philosophy, human evolution, anthropology etc and as a writer you are free to create an infinite number of other reasons as well.
And a carnivore can be anything from a vampire, or a cannibal to someone who is deliberately trying to kill himself through rabbit starvation.
For those struggling to think of serious stories for a topic like this...it's a great opportunity to really evaluate your creative development process. Developing interesting and intense stories can just be a question of research.
I could come up with hundreds of different stories based on this theme, from intense hostage dramas featuring enviromental terrorists, to supernatural dramas featuring mythical creatures and Buddhist Monks, to low budget dramas about two people in an eating disorder clinic, to stories about Inuit Eskimoes, to intense survival stories about the Greely Arctic Expedition in 1881.
Now, funnily enough there's no way I'm going to have time to write a script this week...maybe that's even worse ...,but come on guys, there's enough in the theme to write even Oscar quality work.