[identity profile] neevebrody.livejournal.com
A Valentine's Day Drabble Tree to be exact. Here's and excuse to be as schmoopy or as naughty as you like, just use a word or phrase from any drabble already posted, and you can drabble as much as you like. And just because, here are a few rules:

1. All drabbles should relate to Brendan and Vincent.

2. A drabble is exactly 100 words, but if you go over by a few, well, *coff* only a few. The fun is getting it done in those 100 words.

3. Each drabble must include a word, phrase or sentence from any drabble already in the tree. The phrase can come from anywhere in the previous drabble and go anywhere in yours.

4. All drabbles must be posted as comments to this entry. Post each drabble as a reply to the one you took your phrase from.

5. Bold the words that you're rifting off in your drabble. Not sure how? < b > and < / b > (no spaces) is the code to use with your word or phrase stuck in between.

6. Everyone is welcome and there's no limit to the number of drabbles you can post - write as many as you want. That's just more for everyone to read.

7. Have fun and be inspired!

The beginning drabble is the first comment. Oh, and HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY from the boys ♥
[identity profile] melagan.livejournal.com
[livejournal.com profile] neevebrody and I thought we'd try a drabble tree for a change. The idea is to create a tree of drabbles all linked together by a sentence or phrase.

The rules are simple:

1. All drabbles should relate to Brendan and Vincent.

2. Yes we know a drabble is a ficlet of exactly 100 words, *coff* Trust me, no one is counting. Perhaps ficlet tree might be a better name; something between 100-300 would do nicely. And if you can figure out how to get artwork in, go for it!

3.Each drabble must include a word, phrase or sentence from any drabble already in the tree. The phrase can come from anywhere in the previous drabble and go anywhere in yours.

4. All ficlets/drabbles must be posted as comments to this entry. Post each "drabble" as a reply to the one you took your phrase from.

5. Bold the words that you're rifting off in your drabble. Not sure how? are all the tags you need with your word or phrase stuck in between.

6.Every one is welcome. There's no limit on the number of drabbles you can post - write as many as you want.

7. Have fun and be inspired!

Starting drabble coming right up!

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