This week I think I’m going to just post my Free-Write as nothing really came out of this week’s prompt for me that really stood out or I felt I wanted to expand on. That, and cause the deadline is NOW, ha ha. Maybe I’ll come back to this??? 😦 Fail?
This post comes out of the #WeeklyWrites prompt: Cut Throat
Here are the contributions of others:
Free-Write: Cut Throat
I came up with this week’s prompt. I think I was thinking of the movie Cut Throat Island. I don’t know why. I’ve never seen it, though I think it’s the same team that did Long Kiss Goodnight, one of my favorite films! Love it!
Is it Cut-Throat, or Cutthroat?
To get a job.
Pointing out flaws of friends, or competitors to achieve or get something.
A city in New OrleansCut in line, what is the throat
Cut the throat
Cut throat, cut throat
1. (of a competitive situation or activity) fierce and intense; involving the use of ruthless measures. Continue reading “Cut Throat” Free-Write [Weekly Writes Prompt]
FOR WORK & PLAY
Time Out, Excluded
I’m pretty aware and sensitive to the inclusion and exclusion of those within groups. I guess, I’ve had my share of time feeling ‘out,’ or excluded. I always felt like an outsider, misunderstood, or that I didn’t fit in. I guess knowing how it felt to feel excluded, I secretly championed inclusiveness. Or maybe I was just bored.
Time spent Out
Growing up, I often felt like I was wasting my time a lot, especially when going out or hanging out with friends. That sounds horrible, but it’s how I felt. I think often it’s because I was bored. Maybe they weren’t doing anything I wanted to do. Sometimes, it just felt like time was dragging on really slowly, I was so bored. I remember hating it, and beating myself up afterwards for having put myself through it, deeming it a huge waste of my time. I’m not sure why, but I’ve always wanted to be productive. I remember getting annoyed that my family would want to go away on vacation, cause what would I be able to do there to advance my career goals. Continue reading Time Out, for Work, for Play & of the Closet