What were your favorite Plinky prompts from 2010?

We’re proud to announce that over the last year, you guys have written over 38,000 responses to Plinky prompts!

We look forward to another year of personal reflections, clever musings, and insightful remarks, and hope to make next year’s prompts even more inspiring.

So tell us, what were your favorite prompts from 2010? What do you want to see more of, and why?

We hope you’ve enjoyed responding to prompts as much as we’ve enjoyed creating them. Thanks again to everyone who contributed their own prompt suggestions. Keep the submissions coming!

Here’s to another year of overcoming writer’s block and letting your creativity flow! Happy New Year!

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4 Responses to What were your favorite Plinky prompts from 2010?

  1. Jessica says:

    I used to write Plinky prompts a while ago under a different username but stopped when I had a low point in my writing. I’m starting back up in 2011 and hope to answer a prompt everyday. My favorite ones are the ones that make people think long and hard about the way we as humans function: “would you look up your carbon footprint?” is one that I liked, and others like: “how has humanity changed the most over the last hundred years? was it a good change or a bad change?” and “will the world change once the population is over 7 billion?” are ones that I would like to see come up soon.

    ♥ Jessica.

  2. lasix says:

    was it a good change or a bad change?” and “will the world change once the population is over 7 billion?” are ones that I would like to see come up soon.

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    As time flies it becomes hard to get a break and read so many interesting words along the blogs.

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  4. Jessica!
    “will the world change once the population is over 7 billion?
    Because medicine has reduced infant mortality and natural death so significantly, the population would have to start rising steadily, but as we know, it has not been happening.

    Couple are getting married older than never before in the human history, and the number of children per couple has diminished decade after decade.
    We haven’t yet experienced the lack of people in certain areas of activity due to the long life each one is reaching.
    But days will come when this old population goes upstairs, the world will feel a gap. So, in two decades the world population will be under 6 billion.

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