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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:08 pm

One-Sentence Story Game

This is a neat little game. Each poster will copy and paste the full story from the post above them, and add one sentence AND ONLY ONE SENTENCE to the story. The sentence can be anything you want. Bold your new contribution and be sure to put the full story in a quote box.

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It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:12 pm

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It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
All I can remember after I closed my eyes, was that first, it got real loud; then, it got real hot; then it got real slimy; then it got quiet; then it got.... unspeakable. And when I opened my eyes, the pool was empty, and three days had passed.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:14 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:18 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:29 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:38 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it.
Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:40 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it.
Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything.The book club meetings were always like this.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:45 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.
"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it.
Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:48 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:51 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"
All I can remember after I closed my eyes, was that first, it got real loud; then, it got real hot; then it got real slimy; then it got quiet; then it got.... unspeakable. And when I opened my eyes, the pool was empty, and three days had passed.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:53 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:54 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta." Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta."
All I can remember after I closed my eyes, was that first, it got real loud; then, it got real hot; then it got real slimy; then it got quiet; then it got.... unspeakable. And when I opened my eyes, the pool was empty, and three days had passed.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:56 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story.
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:57 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story.
Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle."
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Post Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:58 pm

Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story.
Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle.""I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said.


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Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story.
Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle." "I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said.
Azog seethed with rage over the recent combo-break of the metastream
All I can remember after I closed my eyes, was that first, it got real loud; then, it got real hot; then it got real slimy; then it got quiet; then it got.... unspeakable. And when I opened my eyes, the pool was empty, and three days had passed.
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Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story.
Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle." "I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said.
Azog seethed with rage over the recent combo-break of the metastreamDawn watched the whole debacle, and nodded her head, slowly beginning to understand the meaning of life: Forum games.
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Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story. Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle." "I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said. Azog seethed with rage over the recent combo-break of the metastream. Dawn watched the whole debacle, and nodded her head, slowly beginning to understand the meaning of life: Forum games.

"It was a dark and stormy night," Xicon began, turning to Rando and giving him the signal to continue.
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Re: One-Sentence Story Game

It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story. Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle." "I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said. Azog seethed with rage over the recent combo-break of the metastream. Dawn watched the whole debacle, and nodded her head, slowly beginning to understand the meaning of life: Forum games.

"It was a dark and stormy night," Xicon began, turning to Rando and giving him the signal to continue.

"I don't want to play this game anymore." he responded.
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It was a dark and stormy night, and the book club was meeting to discuss the major cliche of dark and stormy nights starting stories. The book club was getting very antsy because Rando forgot to bring the snack even though it was his turn.

"Fuck it, let's order pizza" roastbeef said. Dawn didn't look up from her manga, even though she loves pizza. The group soon realized that not only had they not been discussing the book they were to read that month (The Gunslinger), but in fact that only Xicon had actually read it. Instead, Azog had read Game of Thrones, SuperHeroGirl had read gay manga and Rando had not read anything. The book club meetings were always like this.

Thunder crashed and the whole room jumped, except for Rando who made a mention of penises. With the power out, they needed something to do; Xicon suggested they play a game, where each person would say a sentence of a story, and the next person would add another sentence to the story. "I mean sure," Azog said, "I guess that could be entertaining, but doesn't that risk getting really meta?"

"There's no fourth wall anymore," Xicon pointed out, "so the only way we can tell a good story is by being meta."

Azog thought for a moment, "That makes sense, maybe we'll talk about us being meta while being meta about talking about being meta." With the risks of being overly meta clearly dismissed, Xicon began the story. Rando moaned loudly over the turn of events and McWeird simply said "Pickle." "I just hope no one makes a penis joke" roastbeef said. Azog seethed with rage over the recent combo-break of the metastream. Dawn watched the whole debacle, and nodded her head, slowly beginning to understand the meaning of life: Forum games.

"It was a dark and stormy night," Xicon began, turning to Rando and giving him the signal to continue.

"I don't want to play this game anymore." he responded.

"Well, if you won't then I will." Tod said from his vantage point on the club's tale.
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