The (un)obvious

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Do real lives have less complex backstories than fictional characters?

Today I’m thinking yes, generally.


  1. Mary Jo says:

    I don’t know, everybody has a story, and the ones I have the privilege to learn are very complex!

  2. kayak woman says:

    All I know is that I have this whole blahg category called “I-can’t-blahg-about-that”. I do think our stories are very complex. I could probably write a “book” about this but I won’t [grin].

  3. Sammy says:

    Hmm. Maybe real-life has more complex detail, but fiction-creaters seem (again, in the mood I’m in) attracted to more complex big-picture threads than most of us have in our lives. Not that any of it matters!