You can use these ideas but rephrase them in your own words. If you use the exact idea credit me, but if you use your own version of the idea no credit required!
“I make it a point to become friends with people’s enemies.”
“I will either live gloriously or die gloriously. There is no in between.”
“I have nothing to apologize for. And even if I did, I wouldn’t. So there.”
“I’d been turned down so many times I figured that by now, chance HAD to be on my side. It doesn’t even make sense mathematically that someone could fail so many times and not get lucky even once.”
“I’m glad salvation isn’t through works, because today I’m not gonna be perfect.”
“What’s your favorite color?”
“I’m sure you meant that to sound all tough and manly but that sounds like a Crayola color name.”
The city’s air was thick and smelled of wet leaves and old coins.
Everyone always bewares of the quiet broody ones in hoodies. But the really scary ones are the chatty, kawaii, bubbly ones you never see coming.
“One has but to look at you and one sees, here’s a woman who may be happy or unhappy, but isn’t bored.” –quote from Anna Kerenina.
The world rushes past the car window. Trees flicker by, blurred like looking out from a spinning carousel. The wheels churn the ground leaving a trail of gold dust in the air and light paints the tops of the trees in orange as the sun recedes behind the mountains. I will it to linger, for those lighted canopies are the last thing my hungry eyes can hold on to.
A very Sherlock style deduction: if someone watches one channel a lot, the logo watermark of the channel may be burned into the person’s TV screen.
“The Worst of Both Worlds” (would be an amusing book title)
A guy who is so antisocial he goes into a drive-in instead of a theatre to see movies, so he can sit inside his car, not next to people.
A guy has a cat and often brings the cat to visit his mother in a very nice care facility that he provides for her, where they have nice rooms and windows and sunshine. His mother has a fixation with painting flower pots, so he brings her flowers to put in the pots. He also brings his cat there to visit her which she enjoys very much. The sad part? His mother has severe memory loss and doesn’t remember her son, and ends up remembering the cat more than him. So he ends up being jealous of his own cat, but still faithfully visits his mother. (This was actually an idea I had for an antagonist…because I believe in rounded antagonists and wanted to show a soft side!)
“ Delusional disorder is an uncommon psychiatric condition in which the patients present with delusions, but with no accompanying prominent hallucinations, thought disorder, mood disorder, or significant flattening of affect.Delusions are a specific symptom of psychosis. Non-bizarre delusions are fixed false beliefs that involve situations that could potentially occur in real life; examples include being followed or poisoned. Apart from their delusions, people with delusional disorder may continue to socialize and function in a normal manner and their behavior does not generally seem odd or bizarre.However, the preoccupation with delusional ideas can be disruptive to their overall lives.” –Wikipedia