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Everyone else is doing it.

10. Tight third, past tense. I love my tight third, although occasionally I will do a first person. Mostly though, tight third.
9. Single pov. You never see from another character's eyes.
8. No speech attributions. Nothing is said, asked, replied, or shouted, moaned or sighed.
7. People shrug and look and grin and so on *a lot*. They also fidget. This is a direct result of #8.
6. Adjectives and adverbs are *evil*.
5. There's way too much dialogue despite #8.
4. It has the major OTP (or one of the major OTPs) of the fandom, unless it's written for someone's birthday
3. It's written for someone else's birthday. On the birthday.
2. It's angsty, and possibly someone dies.
1. It's slash.

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In other news:

Yesterday, I left for shul a bit late. As I crossed the street in front, I could see Saul, a friend of ours, running, his tallit gadol streaming behind him. Very superhero like. All I could think was "Super-Saul!" Which of course, makes me think of Super Sol, a major kosher supermarket chain.

And then I got to shul, and there were worried people flagging down police cars, and it turned out a lady had collapsed. There was a circle around the lady, but she was well-taken care of. We number among our congregation a medical doctor, a nurse and, most importantly, an EMS lieutenant who, of course, had his radio with him. Howie took charge, made sure she was comfortable and summoned ambulances. The lady, who was conscious, did not want to go to the hospital but the EMS workers patiently explained why it was necessary. We, of course, let them do their work, grateful that Howie and the others were there.

And I went to my first Pakua improvement class since last MAY.

I was very nervous coming in, especially with my ankle and all, but it went very well. I have 8 more of these plus a seminar and then I will be a red belt.

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