Hey there! Entering the room Kramer style for this month's IWSG.
So we're getting right to the hilarious question:
What's the strangest thing you've ever googled in researching a story?
As writers, we've got the craziest search history ever, right? It's funny to see what ads pop up as I roam the internet and Google tries to figure out who I am and what I'm about. I know I've been led to some really unexpected links during online searches, and I'd love to tell you about them, but none are coming to me right now---perhaps I've mentally blocked them for my own safety.
To answer this month's question I'm going with an old standby: poison. I needed it tasteless, odorless, and undetectable when added to food, see? And I needed an antidote, too. The shadier the characters associated with the poison, the better. Now stop askin' questions. I've already told ya too much.
Hope your Novembers are off to a smashing start!
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