A forum game: three word story

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Scott » January 6th, 2010, 9:05 am

was his latest

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Terry » January 6th, 2010, 4:59 pm

masterpiece.

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Terry » January 6th, 2010, 5:02 pm

(oops, sorry)
masterpiece-in-progress.

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Nick » January 6th, 2010, 7:30 pm

Steve the postman

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by askmonkey » January 7th, 2010, 6:37 pm

Here's what's been written so far with mine in blue:

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Christ the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Holly » January 7th, 2010, 8:04 pm

Excellent, askmonkey, except correct that to CHRIS the taxidermist, not CHRIST. Thanks for the summary!

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by askmonkey » January 7th, 2010, 9:23 pm

LOL!!! oops. great typo.

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Mira » January 8th, 2010, 12:14 am

Rofl. Love the typo:

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Dankrubis » January 8th, 2010, 12:37 pm

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by abc » January 8th, 2010, 4:49 pm

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by Holly » January 15th, 2010, 10:35 pm

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely woman who shouted

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by a_r_williams » January 17th, 2010, 5:42 am

Holly wrote:Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely woman who shouted "I want cheese!"
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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by J. T. SHEA » May 30th, 2010, 10:49 pm

a_r_williams wrote:
Holly wrote:Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely woman who shouted "I want cheese!" Don't we all?
:

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by deepsesh » May 31st, 2010, 2:15 am

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely woman who shouted "I want cheese!" Don't we all?
But she didn't

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Re: A forum game: three word story

Post by BlancheKing » May 31st, 2010, 4:05 pm

Once upon a horse Sonja feared the darkness across the river might
be too deep. Sighing, she turned and found a block of cheese
made of Venusian so she picked up a sword to pierce into the looming thicket.
"No!" said the block of cheese! "Don't go there!"
But the cheese did not know how to talk let alone feel its way through a rather nasty really deep swamp of tangled feelings.
And lo! They decided that they would wait until Chris the Taxidermist washed his hands. The hungry crocodile was his latest masterpiece-in-progress.
Steve the postman, drunkard and lout, delivered a letter thick with saliva to an unlikely woman who shouted "I want cheese!" Don't we all?
But she didn'tthink before opening
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