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    This was way long ago( like a decade ago)
    I decided to create a witch hunt for a Halloween party I hosted ( this was back in my early twenties) , where everyone was split up into groups and characters ( they all received a piece of paper detailing what occupations or role they have ) and told the crowd who ever finds the witch gets a prize - I told them "there could be more than 1 witch" ( the were over 30 people in my house- I was quite popular in my younger years ) the only rule was nobody can show anyone else their card . It was fun watching people in characters ( guards , damsel in distress,knights , dancers etc )
    Nobody got a witch card btw- the purpose of it was to mirror the Salem witch trial but of course my friends were too drunk to figured it out .

    I made a storybook for my godson and made a doll out of the main character -

    I wrote a play about these 2 brother and sister who woke up in each others body ( it was a comedy ) and it was made into a school play

    I'm not artistic so I hope this count in as ok

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    profiles, all of my old blogs that i designed. I also created a game through html, where you explore rooms in which one had a monster.
    colours I designed in a class, graphic design assignments,

    I taught children too and that was enlightening, but these hit the peak of my creativity, feeling that I had found my calling. or simply just hit a deep spot in my heart (or head)

  3. #23
    ENFP

    I used to have this tiny theater stand and a set of hand puppets that I'd use to make plays, I immediately gave each ogf those puppets their own character and make up whole stories involving funny ridiculous circumstances. When friends and cousins would come over I'd just put this stand on our lawn, have people sit in front of it, duck behind it, put on the puppets, and start the show. Everything was made up on the spot of course. I still have a couple pictures of my friends laughing their ass off at one of those.

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    Nothing, I don't have a single creative bone in my body

  6. #25
    INTP - The Thinkers

    I have felt creative several times in my life and i am greateful

    I felt creative when i made this bad boy

    i also felt dope when i pondered why is that only six circles can surround a circle provided they all are of equal size
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    I felt greatly creative when i pondered about Pythagorean triples
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    I discovered
    (((x)/4)-1)^2+x)= A perfect square
    where x is a perfect square divisible by 4

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    A long time ago, at a maths exam, I forgot the formula for something from combinatorial analysis. So I've been typing all the possible numbers, one by one, took a whole page and a fucking hour to do so. And still I must have made a mistake somewhere because 0 points.

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    Got my dad to quit smoking.

    I remember at the age 3, sitting in the apartment, with smells of cigarettes all in the air, I couldn't take it anymore!

    I thought to myself, I needed to create an intervention that would stop my dad from smoking.

    I wore my mom's skirt hiked up to my armpits, her hat, large purse, high heels, sunglass... I couldn't find a cigarette, so I picked up a white pen (that looked like a cigarette), and blew pretend smoke into his face slowly, in a very disrespectful manner.

    My intentions were to teach him the reverse of role-modeling. I wanted to let him know how it would feel for him to see me grow up to be just like mom but smoking like dad- how he liked that idea, and if he'd be okay with it. He got pissed off, but I taught him a lesson. I got a couple of hours of time out, kneeling, staring at the wall I scribbled on. He wouldn't let me kneel on a pillow, but the pain was worth the sacrifice, because he never picked up a pack of Marlboro since then until the day he died.
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    INFJ

    I think I probably felt most creative when making games too... probably because it was, with one or two exceptions, only ever a solo hobby so I did all the different roles myself, art, programming, music, etc. But I was definitely the type who failed to rein in my ideas and rarely ever finished anything for that reason. I attempted game making multiple times and only ever came close to a finished product once or twice. But it sure FELT creative... I was horribly inefficient though.

    I became a lot more efficient with my creativity lately. I used to want to do everything, now I'm just trying to stick to one or two hobbies at a time. Rather than big ideas I have decided to favor small, easily completable projects to build technique. I started to feel like there's just no point trying to achieve some big over the top creation if you haven't got your creative process working smoothly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberryLola View Post
    Got my dad to quit smoking.

    I remember at the age 3, sitting in the apartment, with smells of cigarettes all in the air, I couldn't take it anymore!

    I thought to myself, I needed to create an intervention that would stop my dad from smoking.

    I wore my mom's skirt hiked up to my armpits, her hat, large purse, high heels, sunglass... I couldn't find a cigarette, so I picked up a white pen (that looked like a cigarette), and blew pretend smoke into his face slowly, in a very disrespectful manner.

    My intentions were to teach him the reverse of role-modeling. I wanted to let him know how it would feel for him to see me grow up to be just like mom but smoking like dad- how he liked that idea, and if he'd be okay with it. He got pissed off, but I taught him a lesson. I got a couple of hours of time out, kneeling, staring at the wall I scribbled on. He wouldn't let me kneel on a pillow, but the pain was worth the sacrifice, because he never picked up a pack of Marlboro since then until the day he died.
    Sorry about your father . I wish I could get mine to quit sooner but it’s merely impossible ( he has lung cancer now ) - mainly because he smoked like a chimney. It wasn’t until he was diagnosed with lung cancer that he quitted - before then he had this perception in his mind that if he was to eat healthy and work out then he wouldn’t get lung cancer - even now he would tell me “ I’m in my 80s- people tend to die before then - so it’s not a big deal “ but it is a big deal because he is not ready to leave this world yet.

    That was very smart what you did - wish I could’ve thought of that sooner :)


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