How To Be Creative II

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Not All About Creativity II

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Thinking Outside the Coffin II

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The Possibilities Are Endless II

 

The bartender asked the creative person and the chicken, “What will it be?”
And the creative person said, “I’ll have a glass of green wine, please.”
And the chicken said, “I’ll have a green of glass wine, please.”
“A green of glass wine?” asked the bartender.  “You mean a glass of green wine.”
“No,” said the chicken, “I mean a green of glass wine.”
“How can I make you a green of glass wine?” asked the bartender.
And the chicken said, “It’s all about being creative.  Use your imagination.”
The bartender walked away.  A short time later, he returned with a glass of green wine for the creative person and a green glass for the chicken.
“This green glass is empty,” said the chicken.  “I asked for a green of glass wine.”
“That’s right,” said the bartender.  “It is full of glass wine.”
“No,” said the chicken, “it is empty.”
And the bartender said, “Use your imagination.”

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“Is there a secret to being creative all the time?”
“Yes.”
“What is it?”
“If I told you, then it wouldn’t be a secret.”

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“How many creative types does it take to change a light bulb?”
“How many?”
“Seven.  One to change the bulb, and six to work at their day jobs so they will have money to live.”

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“What did the poet say to the artist?”
“I dunno.”
Roses are red
Violets are blue
I can draw
But not as good as you.”

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“What did the artist say to the poet?”
“What?”
Roses are red
Violets are blue
You’re better at rhyming than I am.”

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“How can I be more creative?”
“Change your name.”

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“Besides riding on the back of a chicken, as mentioned in Part I, is there another way to beat a creative block?”
“Yes, use a big stick.”

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The creative person and the chicken finished their drinks and went to the bar to pay the bartender.
“Here’s a hundred-dollar bill to pay for our drinks,” said the chicken.  “Keep the change.”
“Where?” said the bartender.  “I don’t see any money.”
And the chicken said, “Use your imagination.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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