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I would love to see more about idea 3. Regret could come into play here. People are always making bucket lists. The title could be The Empty Bucket.
I also wonder if it would be a place where you could live out the choices you didn’t make? But ultimately I would like to see it as an exploration into influencing people to overcome their fears to go for things in our life so there are less regrets.

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Hi there,

I like the idea if Disney came alive at night. You have a lot to explore here. Maybe some kids snuck into the park after closing and they experienced this. Maybe the Disney characters are not who we see during the day, who the world has come to know them by. They are supposed to be resting for their big day of entertainment tomorrow and they are bothered by the kids. Maybe the characters are planning to escape because it’s the same thing everyday for them. And the misbehaving kids must become good and save the day to convince the characters to stay.

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"What If"

What if a baseball fan from Chicago moved to LA? Would they be a Chicago Dodger? Well, that’s my story… lol

I like the inflatable people story. These people would probably live in constant fear of being deflated. The story could be a metaphor for people who live in fear in our world. And how the need to overcome their fears and live a free spirited life.
Maybe it’s a story about a relationship between an inflatable person and something / someone from the pointy world. The closer this person got to the other the more likely they could get hurt.
Or if the two opposites were forced to pair off and work as a team and the inflatable person was in constant danger of dying while they searched for their goal.

Nice work, good luck!

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What if?

Hi,

Your ideas are great. A painter bringing things to life has the greatest potential to be a bigger story. Would the painter use this to his advantage or to help people? For evil purposes? Maybe just to entertain people? Maybe when it comes to life the painter gets brought into the world he created and has to creatively get out somehow.

I like the mushroom story too. The visual paints the picture perfectly with the hat and sad face. Maybe combine the two stories after the painter painted a picture of a mushroom and finds coming alive in the world to be challenging, especially finding friends.

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"What If" Seeing Things Differently

Hey there.

The kids controlling adults with remotes has the best commercial appeal and could be a lot of fun. Would they control them the entire time or just when they needed something? What if the kids got the adults into a jam of a situation and the batteries ran out?
The dream idea is great too. I could see a lot of naps in their future. I would like to see how this plays out.

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tardigrades, socks, and souls

Hey there!

I like idea 3. I immediately laughed. It’s something everyone can relate to - the dreaded missing sock! And of course that’s where it went. You could provide a lot of insight into where about where our missing socks are. :) Here are some random brainstorms… a kid could keep getting in trouble from their mom because her socks are missing. She could start wearing mismatched socks to school because she’s poor and a nerd. She could get made fun of but then become a trend setter. OR you could go the route that everything in the washer is a character. Including the socks and clothes. And a sock could be sad that he’s lost his identical twin.

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