Dravenize it

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Noctes setcoN

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10-07-2013

So I found out something to humorously pass by the time: Take a scene or two from your favorite book, and replace all character names with Draven.

If you want to take it a step further, replace some (or all) nouns, not just names.

Trust me.

"Draven's wife, Draven, designed web sites for a living, so she was usually at home during the day. Around three in the afternoon, she got an odd call. 'This is Dr. Draven at Draven Memorial,' a voice said. 'Is Draven there?'
'He's at a soccer game,' she said. 'Can I take a message?'
'I called his office, and I called his cell, but there was no answer.' Dr. Draven's tone made it sound urgent.
'I'll see Draven in an hour,' Draven said. 'Is he alright, Dr. Draven?'
'Oh sure, he's fine, He's perfectly fine. Just ask him to call me, would you?'
Draven said she would.
Later, when Draven came home, she went into the kitchen, where he was getting cookies and milk for their eight-year-old son, Draven."


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Noctes setcoN

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10-07-2013

Note: This excerpt is from the book "Next" by Michael Crichton. I haven't actually read this book, I just saw it nearby and turned to the beginning of a random chapter to give an example.