This is my own entry in last week's challenge:
I can't rightly say, not being from around here and all, but if I was to say, I'd say just head on up the road till you come to that stoplight up yonder, then head east, crost the road. It's right next to one of them Starbucks. My horse pisses better coffee than they serve at that place. If you come to the eye doctor's, you've gone too far.
Here's a challenge everyone, even the non-writers can play -- based on the voice, give me a gender, age range and location of origin for the character above.
Last Week's Players:
(If I've guessed wrong, and there's something in the voice/text that shows it, please let me know!)
Let's see, dear. That would be -- let me think -- oh, yes. The 7/11. I believe that's what it's called. It's in the building that used to be Henry's Hardware Store. Oh, my. I'd almost forgotten about Henry. He was just the sweetest man, and he loved his store. He was there every day, seven days a week. Poor Mabel had to look after everything at home, but she didn't mind a bit. She knew how much Henry loved his work... What was that? Oh. Yes, of course. It's just around the corner, dear. If you walk down the street toward the water until you get to Mrs. Wilson's house -- that's the one with the lovely rose garden -- and then turn left, you'll see Henry's -- I mean the 7/ll, just on your left. Oh, dear. Now what have I done with my glasses?
Location: Anywhere in the US
"Go three bornes til you see Rousseau's farm, then turn towards the old saw mill. Keep going until you hit the forest, then follow the horse trail and you can't miss it!"
Gender: Male or female
Who,me? My name's Sarah Mackelhaney and this here's my little brother Joshua. I'm watchin' him t'day.
What? We ain't got school t'day cause it's Presidents Day.
We ain't s'pose to be talkin' to no strangers. We gotta go!
What? Yeah,I know where one is. You just need to keep goin' on this here road 'till it stops, and turn off t' the right and you'll see a big ole Piggly Wiggly there. They sell newspapers and stuff like that there. We gotta go.
You're welcome. C'mon Josh! Bye.
Age: Elementary school, probably middle grades, since she’s babysitting her brother
Location: Southern U.S..
Ja, es ist in der naehe. How you say? Close by? Eine kleine konditorei, what you call it a sweet-shop. Was sagen sie? Was I in the Krieg? Ja, ich bin sehr alt; ich war Krieger, but only in Wehrmacht. Never, niemals, in SS. Haben-sie verstanden?
Age: 70’s or 80’s (because he was in WWII)
This Week's Challenge:
Using one of the voices below, inform a teller that you're robbing his or her bank.
2) Granny with a Gun
3) Professional bank robber who wants to pull one more heist before he retires
4) Cheerleader who's doing it on a dare