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rank 4882
word count 19515
date submitted 30.06.2010
date updated 31.03.2011
genres: Comedy
classification: adult
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Party Like A Rockstar

Nicholas Lynn

I have zero regrets. Not a penny I’ve misspent, not a Whiskey I’ve thrown up, not a leaf I’ve inhaled or a woman I’ve bedded.

 

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You’ll never remember things like getting up for work on time, or the day you paid off your credit card bill before VISA sent you the invoice, or (if you’re unfortunate enough to be married) your wedding vows and the look in your spouses eyes when they said “I do."

Even though "they didn't."

But I can guarantee you, you’ll never forget the time you had unprotected, doggy style sex with a stranger in the back of a taxicab until you got to her place and tried for anal, only to be turned down and offered more regular sex, which you took, but didn’t enjoy and woke up in the morning to burnt chicken fingers in the oven, an awkward goodbye and three weeks later, a trip to the clinic for Chlamydia treatment.

Those occurrences you will never forget…

No matter how hard you try…

I promise.

So…that being said, it’s about time you start living your life.

It’s about time you start writing your book.

It’s about time you start PARTYING LIKE A ROCKSTAR.

And this is how…

 
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PJ Qats wrote 1085 days ago

Great, strong consistent voice. An irreverent, guilty pleasure to read. I thought of a few friends who I would share this with over a drink and have a good laugh. Unfortunately, I don't have any friends any more because I'm a ROCK STAR at number 11! (All great rock stars go beyond the max.)
Anyway, it sounds like you could use some drinking money. I would seriously recommend trimming this down to the highlights, getting some line drawn illustrations and marketing this to gift shops to sell alongside "The Gas we Pass", "What Your Poo is Telling You" et al.
You have the beginning of a highly marketable niche product. Hopefully you're not too wasted to follow through with it.

Vanessa Darnleigh wrote 1328 days ago

Sorry old man but it all seems a bit contrived and tailored to 'shock'...meaningless kind of stuff really! It's the kind of read most genuine readers would pick up and put back when they realise what it's about...in the end, one has to ask the obvious: who cares? Even if it's true!
Cheers
Stewart

Nicholas Lynn wrote 1329 days ago

Was fun writing it and even more fun living it.

Going to post another couple chapters in a week or so...

7 total.

Thanks for your feedback.

And anytime you're up for partying I'm down.

This is hilarious! I'm a huge rock fan and have actually gotten to hang out with some bands and you're dead on with this! You've got that 'I don't give a shit' attitude in your writing which is perfect for what you're doing here. A lot of people try to play the part but don't have a friggin' clue. This was fun to read, made me laugh!

Missy
Mark of Eternity

Hell, we need to go party sometime! Sounds like you know how to do it right!

missyfleming_22 wrote 1329 days ago

This is hilarious! I'm a huge rock fan and have actually gotten to hang out with some bands and you're dead on with this! You've got that 'I don't give a shit' attitude in your writing which is perfect for what you're doing here. A lot of people try to play the part but don't have a friggin' clue. This was fun to read, made me laugh!

Missy
Mark of Eternity

Hell, we need to go party sometime! Sounds like you know how to do it right!

SusieGulick wrote 1330 days ago

Dear Nicholas, I got so excited when I saw that you had backed my memoir book. :) I really appreciate it. :) God bless you. :) Love, Susie :) p.s. I'll #9 to have your book on my watchlist. :)

name falied moderation wrote 1330 days ago

Dear NIcholas


I would like to commend you on the skill you have and the imagination and the talent in writing this work of art
of yours. I wish I had half of your talent. Where does one get such original work like this, such a gift. I feel sure you
feel like me that it is your baby and you so want to see it succeed. I do wish you all the best in rising and also
getting this book of your published. ( I wish I had half the talent some of you have on this site)


Please take a moment to look, COMMENT which is important to me, and BACK my book. if not that is OK
also

BACKED BY ME FOR SURE.
The VERY best of luck to you

Denise
The Letter

Barry Wenlock wrote 1331 days ago

Hi Nicholas,
A tremendously full-on, in-your-face and powerful voice, laced with dry spicy humour and irreverent laddo chatter. Hey, he thinks he's a rock star...what do you expect? You keep the voice consistent throughout and refuse to hold back for a moment. Love him, hate him, you can't ignore him. Well, I suppose you could, but he'll spit on your foot if you do (or worse).
Excellent. I really enjoyed my read.
Backed with pleasure,
Barry
LITTLE KRISNA AND THE BIHAR BOYS

SusieGulick wrote 1331 days ago

Dear Nicholas, I love that I've never had a life like this :) - I thought mine was pretty bad, but I see it could be worse :) - I'd rather have my lupus/fever, with pain head to toe & homebound. :) Your pitch warned me & your titles & lists, along with your tight paragraphs & dialogue made a quick read. :) I've backed your book :) - hope you'll take a moment to back my memoir book. :) Thanks. :) Love, Susie :)

lizjrnm wrote 1331 days ago

It could be worse - you could've married Ms.Chlamydia, or did you? i absolutely love the way you write and Id buy this book, hell, Id publish it and make money from it if I could! Backed 100%

Liz
The Cheech Room
A Fine Pickle

Mr. Nom de Plume wrote 1331 days ago

The life of a Rockstar presents many valuable lessons for those of us slogging thru the everyday trenches of the workaday world. The first person presentation reinforces advice obviously gleaned from exhaustive research in support of various action sequences. Well done. Keep writing and please keep posting. Backed. Chuck

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