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Share your biography
Choose a person to replace you and speaking for you while you are talking about yourself, your personal history and your interests. Imagine, discuss who you are, what you do, what you care about, what you like or dislike. When you come from another land, tell us where you come from and how your live was.
Do you have the personality in your cartoon or do you think about the important parts of your whole lives that you want to live with others? Expectations? Which weird things or things does your characters see or meet in this mystical world? Let your characters annotate what they see or hit, or have a chat with a human, critter or pet they meet.
You can do this in the shape of greetings, dialog, joking, questioning, or let the mystery animal speak about her being. Let them respond to each other - for example, they can add comments on their looks, speak about their favourite dishes or manners. You can also speak about true lives, such as being with tyrants, solitude, loss, headaches.
Choose a personality who wants something. Have your protagonist in a speech bubble tell someone else why this request has been made and what it means to them. They can let this other person respond to the choice of the primary person, make comments or even say their own wish that they want to come to fulfil.
You have the ability to speak to the personnel and you have the ability to understand the concealed thoughts and reverie of your employees while the chief talks. Select a chef to speak to clericalists. Put thought balloons above people's minds and type their thoughts or place the picture that matches their thoughts.
You can also use speech bubbles if you wish, so that your clerks answer the boss's words. You have the ability to speak to the pupils in your classes and you have the ability to hear the concealed thoughts and reverie of your classmates during school. Select a tutor who speaks to the pupils.
So, what's going on in the students' minds? Put thought balloons above the students' minds and put your hidden thoughts in them. You can use speech bubbles if you want to, so that your pupils answer the teacher's words. You can tell a nice romance to MAKE BELIEVE. So how would you alter history?
To whom would you say them, and how would they respond? What would that other individual do? Which are the words your personality would use? Which words would you say to this individual? DO YOU BELIEVE that you can turn into the man you always wanted to be. What would that be and what would that be like?
MKE BELIEVE allows you to send a post to one individual, and that individual forwards the post to another individual, and that individual to another, and so on.