what's life like when you tour with an off-broadway show? like, just as an extra or a little part or something?
What kind of monkeys live in India? My main character has a pet monkey that her older brother brought back for her--I need something small.
eta: also, this is the 1800's and yes, I was inspired by The Grand Sophy. She would have had a parrot(sp?) but all her birds have met untimely deaths.
I've got a character who's pretty much an alcoholic. I'm looking for something for him to order that's simple, cheap and strong. He wouldn't want anything complicated or flashy- just a good old-fashioned drink that'd get you wasted quick and easy.
What might he drink?
ETA: I suppose I should mention that he's a mid-twenties, West Coast American, and probably less inclined to wine coolers or other bottled mixed drinks than he would be to things he could make himself with a few ingredients.
What's a job for two teenagers that involves a lot of driving and can possibly be done together? Characters in question are 17 & 19, one male and one female, and have some pretty normal work experience. They live around New York, and.. Well, that's it. :D Realism can be tweaked a little bit depending on the circumstance, but yeah. Any help is much loved. Thanks in advance.
Let's say that a couple of adults come in a private car to a typical American hospital emergency room. One of them has had the shit kicked out of him in a major way. He's alive and conscious, but only just barely. Would the hospital staff accept “He, um, he got into a fight. No, we don’t want to press charges” as enough of an explanation that there wouldn’t be any awkward questions, or would they want/be obligated to dig deeper into the situation or contact the police, anything like that?
Oooookay. Chevron...with TECHRON! My question is...what exactly is this mysterious "Techron" put into the Chevron processed gasoline? Could you possibly make Chevron...WITHOUT Techron?
It boggles the mind.