when u say something u immediately regret saying
DO YOU KNOW THAT KIND OF WRITER’S BLOCK WHERE YOU ALREADY HAVE A PLOT, YOU KNOW WHAT TO WRITE BUT YOU DON’T KNOW HOW TO WRITE IT AND YOU JUST STARE AT THE COMPUTER SCREEN FOR HOURS UNTIL YOU FINALLY CLOSE THE DOCUMENT AND CURSE YOUR ENTIRE EXISTENCE
CAUSE I DO
Has your character ever needed a bodyguard? Yes? Did you think that the job of a bodyguard was limited to walking next to someone while wearing sunglasses and having sexual tension/banter? Well then, we need to talk.
- Bodyguarding is a regulated profession. Technically, you don’t need to go to a class to follow someone around and promise to beat up whoever hassles them. On the other hand, if you do that, your paycheck can’t say “bodyguard” on it. Every state has different requirements, but all of them include “take at least some sort of class and get a license.” You have to take a class to be a security guard. You have to take a different class to be a bodyguard. You have take more classes to be an armed guard. You have to take a separate, unique class for each type and caliber of weapon you want to be licensed for. Now, like everything else, there are good and bad schools for this sort of thing, and with very little searching you can probably find a “school” that will take your money and give you a license at the end of the day, whether you paid attention to the class or not. But the fact still remains that you can’t just turn to any random person and call them a bodyguard.
you’re walking in the woods
there is no one around
and your phone is dead
out of the corner of your eye you spot him