One I wrote as a kid:
"The 6th Grade Traitor" a really dumbass story about this kid with a bad mushroom cut who hated the 6th grade so much he decided to screw up everything in the school and throw water balloons on people from the top of the stage in the auditorium (Which was also the gym in my elementary school) I read it later in life and was just like "how did I think this is what the world was like?" Characters appear and disappear, some change names without warning, plot lines were dropped, The police acted like a bunch of kids playing cops and robbers, The female love interest was an obvious expy of me, There was a musical number and I used terms without knowing their meanings. also the ending was one of those stupid "MY GOD I've been wrong all along! I'll Change my ways" endings and the one who said that was the principal.
Then there was Road Caged when I was in middle school. A suspense story about these bikers who get kidnapped and tortured by a cult in Arizona. It was more of an excuse to tie up cute guys, but These were the biggest pussy biker boys ever born. They acted overly absurdly tough guy until they got captured then they whined and begged like little cupcakes scouts being punished. The story had absolutely no point at all, Nothing was ever accomplished, and I never explained what exactly happened.
now I'm really curious. I think the most random thing I made was JP and Boom Box. JP was a superhero boy and Boom Box was his...talking...rocket ship.... and they fought the evil alien Crayonz who''s ship was a giant box of crayons.
The Ship was called boom box cuz It could explode and put itself together again
That is a GREAT story coming from a kid in the 6th grade. Imagination is key and you've got it.
Nah that story was embarrassing! lol but thanks. I much perferred attack of the Leggy Monster, that surprisingly held up well. Even though I meant it to be serious it actually worked shockingly well as a parody of old b monster movies. Pretty good for a tale based on a piece of partially woven lanyard I had lying around
I enjoy the imaginative stories of young kids; they're the very best ones. You're a great kid. A little older than a young ones but you're okay. Keep having fun and fuck anyone who doesn't like it.
Great sense of humor.
Thanks! Writing is the only thing that gets me through the days. I have some Deviantart series that I do Comic book style. The biggest one Is called Teenage Bounty Hunters, about this group of teen girls in this really crummy Louisiana city called Bridgewater, who go after those the police let slip through their fingers and bring them in for the bounty and for the peace of mind.
Ps. In the mid 90s woven lanyard was a big thing. Along with those paper fortune tellers, Tamagachi, and oddly enough light up yo yos
You've got the best imagination ever!
No, i just watched Sponge Bob..
I think most of my stories were bad. The best ones were ones I wrote at school and were about the teacher and school bullies and I would disguise it as a story with changed names but same scenario. On one, the teach wrote on it, what an active imagination you have. lol!
Yes it is why my agent hates me so much because I won't turn over my work. I think my story is really bad he thinks it brilliant. We have a wonderful love/hate relationship.
In a sense , I wrote a story that got me and my 2 Best friends in a lot of trouble when I was 14 yrs old.
I never use real names now , lesson learned and all that Jazz.
When I was in high school I wrote a story called "Cheaper But Will Do". (The title came from an enigmatic phrase in an Unsolved Mysteries episode; I was obsessed with the show at the time. The title doesn't actually mean anything). It was my attempt at doing something like the movie Mulholland Dr., a surreal dream-trip where reality and unreality are blurred.
Anyway, my story concerned two college-age friends who, while driving along a highway, discover a boy who looks dirty and bruised walking confusedly down the side of the road. They stop to offer him a ride; he seems to have forgotten everything about himself. He doesn't know his name or where he came from, other than a few strange clues. The two friends agree to help him. They take him to their apartment and attempt to solve the mystery of where this kid came from and what happened to him. They travel around city following the clues he has provided. As the story progresses, the main characters begin to see strange and terrifying visions, surreal scenes, and things that make them think they're having a bad LSD trip. Finally, in the end it's revealed that none of this story is real--it's inside the head of the boy, who in reality, has been kidnapped and is being held somewhere by a child molester/killer. He imagined himself escaping while he was unconscious, but the dream began to "unravel" as the truth of his situation seeped in. The end is just him waking up and realizing the hopelessnes of his situation.
It's bad because it blatantly ripped off a few movies I had seen at the time, in some parts it's almost an exact copy of them. In other ways it's simply weird for the sake of weird and the weirdness has no real meaning. The ending is just depressing. I think it has the potential to be something better if I ever go back and redo it.
sounds like you almost got something there.
I used to blatently rip off cartoons all the time in elementary school. especially jokes, but I only did it cuz I saw the same jokes repeated in several cartoons and thought it was ok. That was the old 90s disney afternoon era, really good stuff.
But A writer is someone who has a vastly more difficult time writing than anyone else.
Yes. I write a lot of stories, mostly are crap xD