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#Writing Prompt: The Big Flirt

man_flirtMarch comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. This month is all about scenes that could be filled with anger or sensible adults talking something out. You decide!

Up Next: Most relationships can handle a little flirting, but when your paramour gives all of his or her attention to someone for an entire evening, the car ride how could be ugly. Or it could be silent. How does your hurt character express his/her feelings and how does the offender react?

How does s/he tell their significant other? How does the lover react? A swift knee to the offending area? Nair in the hair gel? Crying and hugging it out?

Seeing our characters at their worst — or their best — tells us and writers much about them.

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