Dinnertime Storytelling Prompts #100

By Jennifer L. Davidson

Woohoo! I've written my 100th prompt! This calls for a celebration. And it doesn't get any better than watching old people dance. Am I right?!














Why do I keep creating storytelling prompts?

So you and your family can stop having those dull, repetitive conversations at the dinner table!


How do I create them?

When I tire of reality, which is often, I reach into the depths of my brain and pull out ideas like a toddler pulling tissues out of a box when nobody is looking. The ideas are sometimes random, sometimes based on a specific topic. All I know is that they're there, and I can't help but share them.


What do I hope to get from sharing these ideas with you?

My only wish is that you'll use your imagination to create an amazing story! Nothing more. Well, you could send one to me once in a while. I'd love to read what's in the depths of your brain. info@rochesterwritinglab.com

As for prompt #100, here you go...


#100 - In the above gif, what draws this group of people outside in their pajamas to celebrate? What obstacles did they have to overcome to get to this point? How long does the party continue before another problem arises? Do they come up with a new solution?

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