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May 19th, 2007

02:38 pm - Kinkfic random story generator up

I've again done what I threatened to do and come up with a Kinkfic Random Story Generator, based on eliade's List o'Fandom Kinks (NSFW for text).

I pulled over 1400 elements from that list, and am mostly surprised, judging by the contents of the list as a whole, how comparatively innocent most of the prompts end up. The primary difference between this and the Cool Bits generator is that the kinkfic plot elements end up focused specifically on character interaction, instead of having a wider range.

I don't want suggestions for this one, because I spent way too much time on it already. Sorry. :) Feel free to add your own kinks to stories you pull from it.

02:42 pm - Sample results from the kinkfic generator...

...placed in a separate post from the announcement so I don't have to scroll through the whole thing in every email notification to the previous post. :)

Some NC-17 elements in the textCollapse )

03:07 pm - another kinkfic result...

Your story is a romance between a knight and a priest. The lovers experience danger and rescue and being in heat while in a Western setting.

Totally Vash/Wolfwood.

ETA Your story is a romance between an assassin and a gentleman. The lovers experience crawling and homosexual panic while in an opium den.

Dude, I totally want to read that. Someone write it.

ETA2 The hero of this story is a historical setting who has prominent cheekbones.

Um. Fixed that.

07:44 pm

Doing a bit of ego-surfing through my stats, and found this line on an LJ tha tlinked to the Cool Bits generator:

Plot elements include martyrdom and tacos.

11:30 pm

Back on the bike again, since this week has been incredibly spotty. 20 min, 3.4 mi. 388.1 total. Wow, this was a busy day on the trail to Rivendell. Easeir to quote:
386: Rain stops. Strider scouts. Start late. Turn SE, scrambling over rocky ground. Find a valley, but it ends in a high ridge. Climb ridge and camp in a saddle at top. COLD. Build a fire under a gnarled pine.

387: Slope beyond ridge is much easier. Bright, fair day. Strider briefly sees the Loudwater/Bruinen in the distance.


It'll probably be after A-Kon when I get back to the every-day thing again. And if I don't, you guys' job is to remind me. :)
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