crime time!

If you saw me in the back of a police car, what would you think I was there for?

Answer me, then post this in your own journal (or, you know, don’t) to see how many different crimes you get accused of committing.

(From jaylake, who got it from tbclone47.)

0 Responses to “crime time!”

  1. drake_rocket

    Braid length in excess of State statue limitations.

  2. lilifae

    For arguing with historians about the fluidity of timelines and historical “fact”.

  3. kadnkadnk

    The first thing I thought of was Research for a Book. 🙂


  4. thespisgeoff

    Impersonation of a police officer. When you dub yourself “Sergeant N” of the “Grammar Police,” and start writing tickets with hundred-dollar fines, you’ve gone too far.

  5. unforth

    Assault with a deadly weapon. A sharp, pointy deadly weapon.

  6. janni

    Since I know you’re a writer, I’d assume you were doing a ride-along in a police car as research.

  7. lordlothair

    Hiding in the rafters, running from conflict, and generally being a bad soldier… oh wait, you mean you not Rat?

    Gotta be Assault on a Historian.

    • Marie Brennan

      <snerk> Man, I miss playing Rat. And she was not a bad sol — okay, I can’t even get that out with a straight face. She was a shitty soldier, if your goal was discipline and following orders. But man, if you wanted people who could accomplish their objective and come out the other end alive by doing EVERYTHING WRONG, we were the most elite squad in the business.

  8. mythusmage

    Inappropriate relations with an underage female dragon of the opposite sex.

  9. erdedrache

    Doing research for a novel.

  10. kernezelda

    LARP afterhours in a park with a sword without a permit.

    On an unrelated note, I just read your first two novels and enjoyed them. The characters felt like real people, and the story was pleasingly complex and engrossing.

  11. lowellboyslash

    Running around in public with a ruddy great sword.

  12. diatryma

    Wandering around doing research, probably at a waterfront of some sort, and trespassing into something not completely right. You are probably a witness, not a participant.

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