A bully and a nerd from highschool becoming frienemies and have to work together for something... Or Arthur and Merlin in the modern world

A bully and a nerd from highschool becoming frienemies and have to work together for something. Or Arthur and Merlin in the modern world<<Writing prompts are so amusing.

All of the names below have been given to at least 5 American babies per year every year since 1900, without any sharp popularity peaks that would date them. These names are all over the style map but they're all timeless, and not a James or Elizabeth in the bunch.

All of the names below have been given to at least 5 American babies per year every year since without any sharp popularity peaks that would date them. These names are all over the style map but they're all timeless, and not a James or Elizabeth in

1940s writing prompt - Google Search

Slang (Part is it bad that I actually use quite a few of these terms in my regular speech?

So, would Corbusier (the architect who supposedly died at sea because he went for a morning swim in the oven and never came back) come back as a merperson?

1940's Slang (Part 2)

"Soitenly" is literally just "certainly" in a heavy Boston accent, I highly doubt it was ever spelled like that. Pinner: Slang (Part

Daily Writing Prompt from Writers Write. This one would be hilariously entertaining

we were revisionists; what we revised was ourselves. –Margaret Atwood - Quote From The Handmaid's Tale

Absolutely nothing. That old man was a snazzy ass magic student and you're on prANKED THE CAMERA IS TO THE RIGHT.

A weary looking old man walks up to you and hands you a very worn book. "I'm passing the responsibility on to you. Next thing you know he has vanished.

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