I Asked the Internet to Assign Me Headlines, and What Happened Next Will Only Slightly Surprise You

In this, my extended refractory period, . And so today, in a moment of both boredom and curiosity, I made a special request on Twitter:

Send me a headline—any headline—and I'll write the corresponding story. Just for fun. Will post @Medium. Make it random. But no lists.

— Matt Gross (@worldmattworld) January 5, 2015

And of course, my Twitter followers gave me a bunch of good suggestions for stories I’ll try to write over the next couple of weeks. Here’s a few of them:

German Chocolate Quake

Oshkosh Kibosh

The Slide Monopoly: Explaining the Economy of City Playgrounds

I Really Did Need That Horse

Gym Clash Gyros

Bummer. And Here I Thought I Was Being Original.

Like em? Want me to write others? Just suggest a headline—seriously, any headline—and I’ll do my best to turn it into an actual story. That’s why we have comments, folks!

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Published on January 05, 2015 14:06
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