Going through my file of mistakes that made me laugh is not an extremely productive use of my time, but it sure is fun. Here are a few more.
(Oh, and the ebook of Circuits & Slippers is on sale this weekend for only 99 cents! That's around 5 cents a story!)
This feeling of hope momentarily fluttered in her soul before dying a sudden and tragic death when the heavy double doors of the cafeteria opened with a loud, gunshot-like clang. (Many things in this world go "clang." Guns are not one of them.)
"You know that bumper sticker that says 'Friends help you move; real friends help you move bodies'? Well," Vanessa said cheerfully, "I think I may have developed a test to see how good of a kitty you are." (But she isn't a kitty!)
"I could lick it or keep it." (Or the real phrase, Take it or leave it.)
I went into a dead flop of limpness.
"So you ned a job," Ned said thoughtfully (Ned often talks about himself.)
I didn’t want to live in a VAN down by the RIVER, but yelling at me and breaking my ccooffee table wasn’t exactly the best way to motivate me. (this is the part of the story where my characters started randomly quoting Chris Farley sketches. I'm not joking.)
I screamed like a little girl again and flew down the hill like a thing that flies quickly.
That made perfect sense now that I understtood it
sheep lambs (To differentiate them from cow lambs, I presume?)