Found this prompt idea today and thought it sounded hilarious. Maybe it's the archaeologist in me that finds this idea quite amusing. Brings to mind The Little Mermaid's attempt to use a fork like a hair brush.
Ideal for: fiction
Write a humorous story that takes place in the far future, in which a set of archeologists (human or alien) dig out our era's everyday objects. They make very mistaken attempts describing what the objects are - because they have very little concept of this era. Have fun mischaracterizing our things!
Post below: An excerpt of no more than 500 words.
Reward: Earn a maximum of 10 Honor Points based on your excerpt's word count.
150 words or less = 10 Easy Points
151-499 words = 10 Medium Points
500+ words = 10 Hard Points
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