Good Reception | Daily Inkling

Write a blog post inspired by today’s Daily Inkling:

Good Reception

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A weird side effect of a popular ointment causes humans to grow an antenna after five years of daily consecutive use — something that slipped past the drug testing agencies of the world. The antenna has a purpose, though! What is this new appendage useful for? Tell us a story about its ensuing situations. 

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Matthew // Normal Happenings

Matthew Estes. STL-based Blogger. Graphic Designer. Happily Married. One day I'll actually complete a book I'm happy with. I love pizza, video games, and using way too many ellipses...

4 thoughts on “Good Reception | Daily Inkling

    1. You bet — I love what I’ve seen of your stuff, Accidental Blogger!
      Feel free to make the prompt your own, and just use this as your starting point. I’d look at some of the amazing posts other bloggers have done on previous inklings, which you can find here: https://normalhappenings.com/category/inklings/
      All you’ve got to do is publish a post on your blog and make sure to add a link back the URL of this Inkling your responding to: https://normalhappenings.com/2018/10/05/good-reception-daily-inkling/
      Welcome aboard, and thanks for the follow!

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  1. Thank you for sharing the link to my blog. Although I don’t work with prompts myself for various reasons, mainly that I can’t, haha, I wish you success with Daily Inklings, it’s a great idea, Steve.

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