Writing

How To Respond To More Stupid Questions (For Writers)

I hope you’ve read How To Respond To Stupid Questions (For Writers) already. If not, click the link before reading the rest of this post or after you finish perusing the below.

Before I continue, you need to know this is not as good as the original. That’s why I advise you to read the first post so you can see I am quite funny. Er, at times. Fine fine, I am occasionally funny. Rarely?

What is your writing about? 

Don’t answer this question. It’s a booby trap. You will thank me later.

What do you want to be? 

I already am what I want to be.

Are you finished yet? 

I have a better question: Have you finished anything in your lifetime?

What are you doing with your life?

More than you.

Can I read it? 

If I want you to read it, I will tell you to read it. Did I tell you you can read it? NO. I. DID. NOT. 

Note: I may have slight anger issues I need to work out.

8 thoughts on “How To Respond To More Stupid Questions (For Writers)

  1. Ahaha, I wasn’t sure what to expect with these, but I actually agree with all of these. They’re all such vague, infuriating questions. I think “What are you writing about?” is the scariest one too. You’re right, it’s a trap!

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