The Flip-Flop Challenge

Despite the title and my super misleading picture, the flip-flop challenge has nothing to do with shoes.  Unless you’d like to walk in someone else’s.  Metaphorically, of course.  I sorta just made up this challenge because I’m curious about how people can interpret the same topic differently.  Hmmm, I’m not doing a very good job at explaining this, as usual…  Uh, below are options for how you can participate!  Please participate, it gives me the illusion of having friends.

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1) Comment a topic and I’ll do a short blurb about it.  Be as specific or as vague as you’d like.  Random topics that might be interesting include: global warming,the pros and cons of sausages, an attempt at writing a short story, the probability of me maintaining sanity during finals, my favorite species of fish, my post-apocalyptic survival plan…  I’m up to write about anything!

2) Choose a blog post (it can be yours or someone else’s) for me to recreate or reply to.  A lot of blogs really make me think about things in a new light, and sometimes commenting on the post just isn’t enough.

3) Impersonate another blogger.  The flippiest-floppiest challenge of them all!  This would probably be done best with the other blogger’s consent, just to avoid any mix-ups.  Spend the whole day blogging as you think that person would; emulate their writing style, subject matter, ect.  I think this would be really fun for two totally different blogs, like a science blog switched with a cooking blog, or a comedy blog switched with a uber analytical blog.  Hey, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?

4) You should really make other suggestions for this challenge because it sounded a lot better in my head.

**I wrote this in first person, but if you wanna do it on your blog, just reblog this post and I’ll be sure to check it out.  Remember, friendship is a two-way street!

Thanks for playing,

Celine

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