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What is the best/creative thing you have seen on the internet?

These are the best creative fancy dress get up I have ever seen.Image source :Google

What is the most creative way you have ever seen someone get around the rules in school?

I’ll take an opportunity to pat myself on the back.Some background facts for foreign readers: in the US, the basic education runs for 12 grades, after which you either go to college or… do something else. Grades 9–12 are high school. When colleges evaluate applicants, they look only at your performance in these years. There are optional exams one can take called “Advanced Placement” (or “AP”) exams in various subjects. These are scored 1–5 with 5 being the highest. At most colleges in the country, a grade of 4 or 5 will earn you college credit in the corresponding course.Okay. At the start of 11th grade, I proposed a deal to all my teachers of AP classes: if at the end of the year I get a 4 or a 5, then I should get an automatic A in the class. The logic was that, if college will give me credit, how could one say I deserve anything else? Three teachers went for it: chemistry, calculus, and American history.I immediately stopped doing homework in chemistry and calculus. (I did work in history because I didn’t have a natural aptitude for it. I wasn’t confident I could just pay minimal attention and master the material.) Chemistry and calculus were different. I pretty much already had solid grasps on those subjects before I started class.So, at the end of the semester, I had pretty solid “F” grades in chemistry and calculus. Great on exams, but zeros in homework (and very spotty lab grades in chemistry.)Of course, you know where this story is going. Got 5s on the AP test. Grades were changed to A. Yay!Two epilogues:Despite getting the A’s, I dropped out of high school anyways in 12th grade. Oh well.Nearly 15 years later, I was already a lawyer in Boston. I still keep in touch with some friends from Las Vegas, and one friend in particular introduces me to another guy who’s thinking of becoming a lawyer and wants to talk to me. Fine.In the course of that conversation, we realize we went to the same high school, although he was maybe 10 or so years behind me. But he was a bit of a kindred spirit… he had his own way of doing things. And wouldn’t you know it, he proposed the same deal to some of his teachers, and they didn’t go for it! The reason? “We had a student try that 10 years ago, and he just stopped doing work.”As bad as I felt for him, I have to admit a certain sense of pride.

What is the most creative ad you've ever seen?

Elephant and Leopard in oneThis song sounds like……Well that depends on the speakerAwesome two - French fries and ketchupMilk to oreo- twist, lick and dunkBecause it also kills spidersClarity speaksMona also prefers VaselineRay BanNight creamType of ACoke1 coffee= 1 alarm clockWhat's inside?Image source- PinterestAman :)

Where do you go after getting a creative writing degree?

Your mum has a good point. I did a similar arts degree, and recently bumped into someone from my university. We were talking about who we keep in touch with, and when I mentioned someone else from our course, she asked "Which fast food chain is she working for now?"

Seriously, though, there are things you will be able to use your degree for, other than teaching - although that is probably the most straight-forward and, believe it or not, profitable career path. Until you have got your own fiction under way, you can look at other writing jobs, for example with newspapers and magazines, preferably those that cater to your interests. Although there isn't always a lot of money in doing this at first, and you may need to start at the bottom or freelance to begin, it will mean that your name will be out there and gaining recognition for when you are ready to look for publishers for your own work, and will also provide you with a folio of published work, should you be asked to present this to anyone in future. Other options are things like copywriting for publicity companies, press releases, things like that. Think about looking at public relations firms and things like that.

Good luck!

What is the most creative women bags package have you ever seen?

Here are the best creative women bags package . You can check this link for more details.When selling a product, its design is one of the most important aspects of its marketability. However, just as important, if not more so, is making sure that your product and your consumers’ shopping experience is memorable – and one excellent way to do this is with brilliantly designed shopping bags like these.Maybe there’s nothing wrong with the common “Thank You, Come Again” plastic bag, but it won’t make you stand out from a crowd. With ingenious bags like these, not only will your customers remember their shopping experience, the people that spot their shopping bags in the street will also be intrigued. Or, if you don’t feel the need to make an impression, those bags can be offered as creative advertisement space to other brands. In fact, there’s already a term coined for that – it’s called “bagvertising.”Other bags from this list are reusable, so whether they have a brand advertisement or simply a cool and clever design, they are a lot more fun to carry around – and they don’t go to waste. While a few of these are simply exercises done by designers to show off their chops (those are the ones without specific brands related to them), others seem to have actually been implemented.1. Blush Lingerie: X-Ray Bag2. YKM: Jump Rope Bag3. ASPE Crime Stories: Revolver Bag4. Max Factor: Eyelash Bag5. ReVital: Noose Bag

Creative Construction with 5-8 year olds?

I have an afterschool club and I'm looking for creative ideas to build or make during club time. For example we have made bridges out of popsicle sticks, houses out of popsicle sticks, houses out of legos, houses, cars and animals out of kennex. Any Ideas help!

Are men naturally more artistically creative than women?

Spuddy: Whoever once said there weren't other designers on the Jimmy Choo's line? I only mentioned Jimmy Choo because he was the originator and he is a fashion designer. You then brought up a woman designer on the line as if that somehow contradicts whether or not Jimmy Choo is a designer. It doesn't. According to my sources, Jimmy Choo still designs. Whether it's for his original line or not is irrelevant. The fact is, he's a fashion designer. You still didn't show where I claimed anyone "invented" fashion. And, why would you assume I know nothing of it? Must be because I'm a male. My girlfriend is majoring in fashion merchandising, so I've gained quite a bit of knowledge from her.