Haha, like I said in the rules,
“I do not have a single preference of the plots I have given, but if you can’t decide between two or three, I’d be happy to talk it through with you”
I can give you specifics on my vision, you can give me some, and who knows, maybe we had totally different ideas for one so we’ll end up deciding on one we can agree :)
Plot 7: Lottery
Quinn Fabray makes a bet with Puck (100 dollars, precisely) that she can get with any girl in this trashy school — straight or not. She can lure them with her popularity status, the sweet, tempting gifts her family money can buy, or simply straight-up lust. The two agree that for every week that goes by, they add another twenty dollars to the pot. Puck scrambles to the ends of the earth to pick a girl he just knows Quinn will never get. And when he sets his eyes on one Rachel Berry, Quinn scoffs (“Not. A. Problem.”) But Rachel’s no where near in the mood for Quinn’s cocky, arrogant attitude, and rejects her straight off the bat, with little hesitation. Quinn works hard, for weeks, stressed and tense by the steadily-growing wager. Quinn will inch her charm through Rachel’s skyrocketing barriers and boundaries… but what about when this isn’t a game anymore?
Plot 6: Switch
(Based off It’s A Boy-Girl Thing) Quinn Fabray is the captain of the Cheerios. She rules McKinley, and her ponytail is almost as high as her status. She’s got boy candy on her arm to distract everyone from even thinking about questioning a sexuality she shoves aside to avoid. As far as anyone can see, no matter how powerful a microscope they pin on her, she was the Golden Girl of Lima, and no one would opt to think otherwise. Now, Rachel Berry is the smartest girl McKinley has ever seen — it’s an undeniable fact. With her sights clamped on going to Columbia University next year, no one really expects her to not get in. With an interview involving a man on the admissions board of the school itself, and the most important cheering competition Quinn will ever participate in just on the horizon, both of their futures look polished, manicured, and perfect. But one silly argument between the two opposing girls in front of an ancient statue at a sacred museum, will turn everything in the wrong direction. When they wake up, nothing will be the same. And that includes whose body they wake up in.
Plot 5: Lonely
It’s been two years since Quinn has dated anyone; two years since the girl she was sure she would marry committed suicide. Quinn stopped going to therapy a few months ago, and she’d managed to bring her work back to the golden quality she’d been hired for as a journalist with the one-and-only New York Times (after many warnings of how she was slacking behind). Quinn Fabray is slowly setting her life back on its axis and in order. However, a meddling Santana is convinced she needs to “get back out there,” and sets her up on a blind date (a proposition followed by extensive protests and unwanted flashbacks). A naive and hopeful Rachel Berry has been waiting for months to hear from her fiance, Finn Hudson, who left to join the army, even though he did technically break up with her before fleeing (“I’m setting you free,” he said. Rachel didn’t buy it one bit). Santana, one of Rachel’s closest friends, is convinced he isn’t coming back, and works to get Rachel to agree to the date. When she does, Rachel convinces herself it can just be a friendly date, and perhaps she’ll make a new acquaintance… which is exactly what happens. Quinn isn’t ready to rush into a relationship that was thrust upon her, and Rachel’s hung over a boy that won’t come home. What happens when Rachel begins to realize she wants to be the one cure to Quinn’s loneliness, and Quinn is running out of reasons to not tell Rachel to forget about Finn? Will they realize it together? Too soon? Or will it be too late?
I’m super glad to hear that, thank you so much :) I’ll be looking forward to seeing your application
Plot 4: “Friendly”
(Inspired by One Tree Hill Episode 4x13) Rachel and Quinn are two ends of the same totem pole — very, very, far away and opposite ends completely oblivious of the other’s existence.
In Philosophy class (the only mutual course they have had in their three years of going to highschool together) their teacher Ms. Pillsbury dives into social standards and has the class label the most basic, general cliques. Jocks. Prom Queen. Loser. Loner. The word “slut” makes Ms. Pillsbury cringe and she instead writes “friendly.” Quinn is labeled as a Prom Queen by the class (she courses a smug smile and ducks her head). But then Ms. Pillsbury asks Quinn to describe Rachel, none of the words fit the girl (not to mention the fact she barely knows her at all) and she reluctantly admits Loser would be an appropriate fit. Of course it would be just their luck that when Rachel plucks a name out of the hat for a partner exercise, Quinn’s name stares up at her. The assignment? Answer the following questions:
1) Share something personal with your partner.
2) Lighten up. Do an impression of a celebrity or a famous character.
3) Admit something that worries you, or something you are afraid of.
4) What do you want to be in ten years?
5) Tell your partner a secret
Some people say it takes 2 weeks to fall in love. But it only took Quinn Fabray 50 minutes. It only took Rachel Berry 50 minutes to decide she did not like Quinn Fabray one little bit.
Aw, thanks sweetie
I have about 30 or so drabble prompts I’ve written over the year saved, and any I particularly like I’ll write out on here. So basically… 10? More or less
Plot 3: Interest
Quinn’s life has evolved around and inside New York City. She knows the city like the backside of her hand. By the time college rolls around, with her astoundingly hard-earned grades, she not only gets accepted, but lands a scholarship for NYU — and not just any scholarship; a full ride with a paid dorm room, textbooks covered, and all. She has no need for money except for personal expenses, which is easily covered by waiting tables at one of the most popular cafes in the area. Quinn had everything she could possibly want. Well, except for her: the awfully adorable brunette with the brightest smile she’d ever seen. Rachel Berry came to the cafe almost every day before her classes at eight in the morning (she was never late, Quinn would notice). As soon as graduation day from the small-town and ignorant high-school McKinley came around the corner, Rachel fled to the The City So Nice, They Named It Twice. Quinn nurses a pitiful crush on the pretty, frequent customer, but the girl doesn’t see to have much of an interest in anything but the coffee.
Plot 2: Endless
Since coming out to their respective families, the Berry men were cut off from their relatives and live in a somewhat solitude with their 16-year-old daughter, Rachel. When they decide to travel through Europe one summer, they have no choice but to hire a stay-at-home nanny to watch over their precious girl. Quinn Fabray, at age 24 and fresh out of college (finally she managed to graduate after working and earning her way through part-time classes), needs money to last her the season — at least until she can start up a teaching job at a school. There’s not many places to work when you’re aspiring to be a teacher, so when she finds an ad in the paper for for a full-time job that will last only the summer, she is thrilled, and seizes the opportunity. After an interview, and running into the woman herself in their daily lives once or twice, Leroy and Hiram Berry absolutely fall in love with this girl, and blithely hire her. Two girls living together, all alone, for two and a half months. That’s 75 days, and anything can happen.