CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord your unique stories and experiences for this Q&A:

  • "Are you a Second Child? What is it like? Have you noticed anything in particular about others who are Second Children?"
CONTRIBUTE HERE
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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord your unique stories and experiences for this Q&A:
"Are you a Second Child? What is it like? Have you noticed anything in particular about others who are Second Children?"

CONTRIBUTE HERE

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EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord your unique stories and experiences for this Q&A:

  • "Are you a Second Child? What is it like? Have you noticed anything in particular about others who are Second Children?"

CONTRIBUTE HERE

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TWINS: We want as many twins as possible to answer THESE QUESTIONS. This collaboration will need a host and some identical twins. To host the game, follow these steps:

1) Provide each twin with a stack of printer paper and a large pen/marker.

2) Sit each twin next to each other so that they’re in the same shot.

3) Sit behind the camera as the host to ask the questions provided below.

4) There are three rounds. For each question, have each twin hold up their answers at the same time in front of the camera. Please have them write their answers as largely and visibly as possible - we’d like to see them on camera. The questions in round 3 apply to both twins at the same time.

"My sister’s secrets"
Illustration by Tyty Barth
HERE on hitRECord
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Contribute to the “RE: SECRETS” collab HERE!

"My sister’s secrets"

Illustration by Tyty Barth

HERE on hitRECord

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Contribute to the “RE: SECRETS” collab HERE!

Surprise!

Text by Metaphorest

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I will present you with your present presently,” said Miranda, accidentally exposing the eccentricities of the English language. Her little sister chortled.

“What is it? Give me a clue!”

“It’s a…surprise.”

“Ooh, I love surprises,” said Little Sister, squirming in her seat with the glee of an impending giftee.

“You might love it. You might hate it. That’s the surprise.” And with that she disappeared into the next room, returning seconds later with a cardboard box.

Little Sister was ready to burst with excitement.

“It’s a kitten, isn’t it? I knew it!”

“It’s Schrodinger’s kitten,” asserted Miranda.

Little Sister’s face dropped.

“It’s not my kitten?”

“Schrodinger’s kitten is what you get when you buy a kitten from the pet shop, put it in a box and forget about it for about two hours while you go to buy wrapping paper and get distracted by a sale in your favourite shoe shop.”

“I don’t understand,” said Little Sister.

Miranda shoved the box into Little Sister’s hands and said “Long story short, it might be dead.”

With that, Miranda breezed out of the room, leaving Little Sister to contemplate the gravity of her statement.

She decided that she didn’t like surprises after all.

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You can contribute to the 10 Minute Writing Challenge HERE!