I'd like to suggest that Hubpages could have a general category for topics that do not fall into any of the regular slots indicated among the topics listed at present.
This could include anecdotes, food for thought, everyday incidents that leave an impression, unusual occurences etc. I have one such occurence in mind but it does not fit into any of the categories available at present.
Looking forward to a reply,
That is a good idea. BUT you could also just choose a general catagory which the topic you are thinking of falls closest to and write away. Don't let a category squash your creativity!
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