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Old 08-08-2015, 07:50 PM
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Default mutually exclusive double imparative

Mutually exclusive double imparative is a fancy way to describe a character facing a decison about which of two actions to take, and both are bad.

A father with two sons he loves. One killed someone and the other is facing a trial for the murder. What Dad going to do? Remain quiet or tell the truth?

This setup makes for some intense drama.

Have a nice writing day.


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