Plot twists are one of my favorite parts of the story.
George then becomes a worm.
Unless there is too many of them.
Agreed, but a plot twist doesn’t mean completely changing the direction of the story. If you change the direction too many times, you have no direction
But that might be bc I’m a little ocd
Being so small, George is no longer alive, and thus the story is over due to atomic collapse. The End.
Actually, y’know, I’m in a good mood, so:
George becomes the smallest, dead millionaire.
Still not good enough? Sheesh. Freedom of speech, man.
George is un-shrunk and becomes a giant. He is now the largest, LIVING thing on Earth.
George becomes an ocean.
George is pretty chill with being an ocean, but then a whale pees in him. George realizes he is the bathroom for all the sea animals. George now hates being an ocean.
George then becomes a man again, and goes to Zimbabwe.
((This story is so zetta dull. Fighting with each other’s plots to make your own only results in flawed calculations!))
Then aliens kill him.
George beads back to the US, pays his charges and bills, and starts fresh.
He has 500k left in his bank account. His charges, bills and all were 50m.
He decides to break into a bank and steal some money to pay for his bills.
George gets caught, and is now cellmates with Leo.
George is able to get in contact with his lawyer.
this ends up being a huge case, going to the supreme court.
He somehow wins, and he gets the money he got in his bills back.
George pays for his bills and leases a small building for no reason at all.
The building is filled with lemonade. Edit- from his original lemonade stand.
George starts selling grape soda and fizzy lemonade in Central Park, NY. It becomes a huge hit, being featured on national news.