This is the point in these stories where either the author says, “It wasn’t him.” or, “It wasn’t her.” Or, it’s “It was me.” But, it WAS me, and she was just as afraid as I was.
Sometimes, the author says, it wasnt them. Other times, its it was her. But, it was me. But, she was just as afraid as I was. Sometimes, the author says, it wasnt them. Other times, its it was her. But, she was just as afraid as I was.
Just because your protagonist is scared doesn’t mean your story is actually scary. I mean, it’s a big, silly, cliche, and I’m sure its not the first time this has been said, and I’m sure it will be repeated many times in the years to come. I don’t believe that a single story should be judged by its protagonist.
The story “man walking away” is one of the most famous examples of the trope, and it’s actually a very powerful one. It’s a story about a young man who is walking home in the dark towards a scary man with a gun. The author was obviously very confident in the writing, and this is one of the very few stories that actually does move from the premise of a young man walking away to a very clear realization on the man’s part that the story is true.
Its a very strong example of the idea that if people are making up any story their own, they’re probably lying. Its a classic example of this trope, and one of the few where the author is actually the one lying.
The protagonist is a self-proclaimed man with a gun and a gun to defend himself. The author’s POV is a real one, and it’s hard to see why he didn’t just get killed by the gun.
The protagonist is a former gun-lover who now is outed because he doesnt want to be reminded of it. He has a gun, a memory, and a very clear realization that the story is true. It is a very strong example of the idea that if people are making up any story their own, theyre probably lying.
The gun issue aside, I dont see how the protagonist is lying. I dont see any actual gun in his possession. I dont see any gun anywhere but I dont see the gun in his possession. The gun he is carrying is a toy that he just bought, just like the ones in most other movies. The gun he carries is a toy gun, just like the ones in most other movies. The only thing he has on him right now is a gun. That isnt lying.
I think people are just making it up and using it as an excuse to be lazy. Thats not lying.
The guy is clearly lying, but he doesn’t seem to be lying in the sense that it’s clear he is lying. His actions are clear, but his motivations are not.