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* [[invoked]] CriticalResearchFailure: The Muse assures you that research is unnecessary, you probably got everything right.

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* [[invoked]] CriticalResearchFailure: CreatorsApathy: The Muse assures you that research is unnecessary, you probably got everything right.

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''NOTE: While you'd be tempted to just quote the Twitter feed since most examples are just {{Discussed Trope}}s and, as such, are "self explanatory", DO note that by doing so, you would only create Administrivia/ZeroContextExamples that could lead to this page being '''cut''' (again).''

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''NOTE: While you'd be tempted to just quote the Twitter feed since most examples are just {{Discussed Trope}}s and, as such, are "self explanatory", "self-explanatory", DO note that by doing so, you would only create Administrivia/ZeroContextExamples that could lead to this page being '''cut''' (again).''



* CluelessMystery: The Muse recommends that you do your crime stories this way, after all, "you don't want readers to solve the crime ahead of your detective--better withhold all the really critical clues."

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* CluelessMystery: The Muse recommends that you do your crime stories this way, after all, "you don't want readers to solve the crime ahead of your detective--better withhold all the really critical clues."



-->"Commit to a motif: everything is conspiracy, or everything is coincidence."

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-->"Commit to a motif: everything is a conspiracy, or everything is a coincidence."



* [[invoked]] MarySue: Often [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] and otherwise mentioned in several of the Muse's tweets.[[note]]Most likely because this trope is used so much by [[WritingPitfallIndex bad writers]][[/note]] Among the most notable of such mentions include:
-->"You SHOULD base your protagonist on you. Disguise him by giving him really intense green eyes and an ancestral weapon. You don't have those!"

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* [[invoked]] MarySue: Often [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] and otherwise mentioned in several of the Muse's tweets.[[note]]Most likely because this trope is used so much by [[WritingPitfallIndex bad writers]][[/note]] Among the most notable of such mentions include:
-->"You SHOULD base your protagonist on you. Disguise him by giving him really intense green eyes and an ancestral weapon. You don't have those!"



-->"Make this one the story that proves to your asshole ex beyond all shadow of doubt that they really loved you all along."

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-->"Make this one the story that proves to your asshole ex beyond all shadow of a doubt that they really loved you all along."



* OurVampiresAreDifferent: As noted by AlternateHistory as well as the image caption above, the Muse sure seems to have a certain degree of favouritism for this trope. [[Literature/{{Twilight}} We wonder why...]]

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: As noted by AlternateHistory as well as the image caption above, the Muse sure seems to have a certain degree of favouritism preference for this trope. [[Literature/{{Twilight}} We wonder why...]]



* [[invoked]] RealitySubtext: The Muse encourages you to pour all your petty gripes in your writing; the pettier, the better.
-->"It's about time for a thinly veiled metaphor for that really unfair fight you had with your girlfriend last week."

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* [[invoked]] RealitySubtext: The Muse encourages you to pour all your petty gripes in into your writing; the pettier, more pedantic, the better.
-->"It's about time for a thinly veiled metaphor for that really unfair fight you had with your girlfriend last week."



* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: The Muse once stated that, "for historical verisimilitude, [you should] replace every "you" with "thee" or "thou.""

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: The Muse once stated that, that "for historical verisimilitude, [you should] replace every "you" 'you' with "thee" 'thee' or "thou.""'thou.'"


-->"It's not racist! It's EDGY!"
-->"Okay, but WHAT IF we lived in a world where, get this, white people were persecuted?"

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-->"It's not racist! [[JustJokingJustification It's EDGY!"
EDGY]]!"
-->"Okay, but WHAT IF we lived in a world where, get this, [[PersecutionFlip white people were persecuted?"persecuted]]?"


* [[invoked]] ScheduleSlip: According to the Muse, [[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse/status/557974715772305409 "Deadlines are for hacks. YOU'RE an artist."]]

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* [[invoked]] ScheduleSlip: ScheduleSlip:
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According to the Muse, [[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse/status/557974715772305409 "Deadlines are for hacks. YOU'RE an artist."]]


* [[invoked]] MarySue: Often [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] and otherwise mentioned in several of the Muse's tweets.[[note]]Most likely because this trope is used so much by [[BadWritingIndex bad writers]][[/note]] Among the most notable of such mentions include:

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* [[invoked]] MarySue: Often [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] and otherwise mentioned in several of the Muse's tweets.[[note]]Most likely because this trope is used so much by [[BadWritingIndex [[WritingPitfallIndex bad writers]][[/note]] Among the most notable of such mentions include:

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* [[invoked]] CriticalResearchFailure: The Muse assures you that research is unnecessary, you probably got everything right.
-->"Yes. That is EXACTLY how quantum physics works. Well done."

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* [[invoked]] RealitySubtext: The Muse encourages you to pour all your petty gripes in your writing; the pettier, the better.
-->"It's about time for a thinly veiled metaphor for that really unfair fight you had with your girlfriend last week."


* TropesAreTools: The Muse provides countless (satirical) examples of why this is the case among less-talented writers.

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* TropesAreTools: Administrivia/TropesAreTools: The Muse provides countless (satirical) examples of why this is the case among less-talented writers.


''NOTE: While you'd be tempted to just quote the Twitter feed since most examples are just {{Discussed Trope}}s and, as such, are "self explanatory", DO note that by doing so, you would only create ZeroContextExamples that could lead to this page being '''cut''' (again).''

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''NOTE: While you'd be tempted to just quote the Twitter feed since most examples are just {{Discussed Trope}}s and, as such, are "self explanatory", DO note that by doing so, you would only create ZeroContextExamples Administrivia/ZeroContextExamples that could lead to this page being '''cut''' (again).''


''[[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse @WorstMuse]]'' is a Twitter parody account created by [[Podcast/JayAndMilesXPlainTheXMen Jay Rachel Edidin]]. In it, the titular muse gives horrible writing advice disguised as useful tips for budding young writers.

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''[[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse @WorstMuse]]'' is a Twitter parody account created by [[Podcast/JayAndMilesXPlainTheXMen Jay Rachel Edidin]]. In it, the titular muse gives horrible writing advice disguised as useful tips for budding young writers.


Compare and contrast ''Literature/HowToNotWriteANovel''.

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Compare and contrast ''Literature/HowToNotWriteANovel''.
''Literature/HowNotToWriteANovel''.

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Compare and contrast ''Literature/HowToNotWriteANovel''.

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* [[invoked]] ScheduleSlip: According to the Muse, [[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse/status/557974715772305409 "Deadlines are for hacks. YOU'RE an artist."]]
** Also from the Muse: [[https://twitter.com/WorstMuse/status/510151306103635968 "Submission guidelines are for suckers. Live free or die."]]


Compare ''WebAnimation/TerribleWritingAdvice''.

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Compare ''WebAnimation/TerribleWritingAdvice''.
''WebAnimation/TerribleWritingAdvice'' and ''Blog/HowToWriteBadlyWell''.

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