So, here we are.
“Yes, here we are”
Tell me about the new stories.
“There is one about an average guy pretending to be a millionaire to seduce a rich girl.”
That sounds clichéd
“He offers to provide her with financial support when she gets herself into a spot of trouble, in return she should do sexual stuff”
He turns her into a prostitute?
“No, just for him”
How is that any different?
“It is an ongoing arrangement they have”
And then they fall in love?
“Something like that”
Still sounds clichéd.
“I didn’t finish it yet, premise might seem usual”
Did you start writing it ?
Why is that?
“She blocked him all over social media.”
I see, what else are you working on?
“I have one where a guy is in a dilemma when his best friend cheats on his wife.”
Is the guy friends with the wife?
“He is, but he doesn’t like her all that much”
Was he friends with her before they got together?
Then guy shouldn’t say anything. We don’t exactly know what is going on, and ‘bro code’ and all that. Do you have any proper stories?
“A super smart guy who is used to getting his way finds himself in trouble..”
When he meets a girl ?
“Yes, something like that. Do you have to ruin everything?”
I don’t. It sounded like a movie blurb in Netflix. What about comedies? Anything funny?
That’s a shame; you must have something?
“How about an annoying co-worker who dabbed his married colleague in ladies’ perfume which leads to the said colleague’s divorce.”
Is the annoying co-worker female?
“No, just annoying.”
That sounds funny. Do you have to take it as far as a divorce? Can’t the colleague just get in trouble with his wife?
“I could, then you’d call it a cliché again”
You know, it doesn’t matter what I call it, it’s what you believe.
“Get outta my head, I have to wake up now”
It is getting toasty outside, I think you overslept again, good morning.