Everyone so far has done a superb job on the Diner Challenge. Now for something different...
Write a conversation between two people. They must have distinct differences that we will be able to ascertain by reading the dialogue.
Don't give details about the surroundings or setting. Don't 'set up' the story ... this is not a complete story but a part of one. We should be able to tell what's going on by the dialogue!
Some examples to get you going:
1) a blustery Maine fisherman trying to buy a present for his wife in a fancy New York store
2) a vapid cheerleader talking to a librarian (or vice versus - intelligent cheerleader talking to a dim librarian)
Remember, we must be able to distinguish the characters by their dialogue.
If you have questions, please ask here in this thread.
[This message has been edited by Poet deVine (03-06-2005 09:55 AM).]