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Posted 8/28/16
Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
Thanks a bunches.


So, how do you make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich without telling? Let's say someone wanted you to show them how to make a PB&J sandwich by words, how exactly would you do it? Make a little story out of it. And don't be lazy.


Enjoy!!!

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How do you show by words without telling?

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I've never made one.
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stars201 wrote:

How do you show by words without telling?



I feel like I should have put this in the Creative Corner Forum Section. Anyway, what I mean is show not telling in your writing. Unleash your inner writer and show not tell your work.
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Hail_King_Kakao wrote:

I've never made one.


How interesting. Looks like you have to make one some day.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


stars201 wrote:

How do you show by words without telling?



I feel like I should have put this in the Creative Corner Forum Section. Anyway, what I mean is show not telling in your writing. Unleash your inner writer and show not tell your work.


Actually, wouldn't that be the other way around? You'd want to tell through you're writing how to make one, rather than showing how to make one in person.
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One day, I woke up and decided to make the greatest fortress of all time! So I began laying the foundations, making sure they were whole. When that was complete, I realized "Wow, this castle will be built in a Jif!" Alas, I hit a snag! There was a steep hill, right where the keep should have been. Well, I was not about to have any of that, and so used some gelignite to blast away the imperfections in the ground. Thus, the castle was built, and it was whole.

That was the best PB&J I've ever had
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Mr Bread was getting ready for his wedding day to Miss Bread. He wore peanut butter. Miss Bread thought she looked pretty in violet so she wore some blueberry jam. The knife asked them to say "I do" then proclaimed them a peanut butter and Jam/jelly sandwhich whilst they embraced and stuck together.


Mr Bread Miss Bread

Oh anyone else feel free to add the wedding vows dialogue to this.
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Here's the answer; you don't. Peanut butter and jelly don't mix. The texture and taste are repulsive together. While fine on their own I can't stomach them together.
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Jordan and tkayts' posts *applauds*
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BlackRose0607 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:


stars201 wrote:

How do you show by words without telling?



I feel like I should have put this in the Creative Corner Forum Section. Anyway, what I mean is show not telling in your writing. Unleash your inner writer and show not tell your work.


Actually, wouldn't that be the other way around? You'd want to tell through you're writing how to make one, rather than showing how to make one in person.


Kinda.
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Bowie-Sensei wrote:

Here's the answer; you don't. Peanut butter and jelly don't mix. The texture and taste are repulsive together. While fine on their own I can't stomach them together.


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Lets see. First I take out a plastic cylindrical jar containing peanut butter and slather the peanut butter onto the knife that I just washed. Next, I do the same with the cylindrical glass jar containing jelly and with a different knife of course. I then pick out two slices of bread one whole wheat and one regular white and place them flat on my miniature toaster oven; I rotate the dial and let it toast for 20 minutes and after the bread is toasted I then spread the peanut butter onto the whole wheat bread and the jelly onto the white bread. I then proceed to mesh the two breads together and both the peanut butter and jelly will act as an adhesive holding them in place. Finally I pick out a circular floral pattern plate and place the simple sandwich upon it and as for the finishing touches a garnish of leaves will be place on top of the sandwich.
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man i haven't made one in ages my bread always goes bad also my workplace is a nut-free environment so i can't bring one there for lunch
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I feel like I should have put this in the Creative Corner Forum Section. Anyway, what I mean is show not telling in your writing. Unleash your inner writer and show not tell your work.


I agree. I've moved it there.
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