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Postby Roy Janik » December 8th, 2010, 12:48 pm

1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!
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Postby hujhax » December 8th, 2010, 1:39 pm

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!

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Postby Marc Majcher » December 8th, 2010, 3:26 pm

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"


8 ) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!
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Postby kbadr » December 8th, 2010, 3:30 pm

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

someone wrote:2)

someone wrote:3)

someone wrote:4)

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

majcher wrote:8 ) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!


And a template to use for the next one:

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Postby Marc Majcher » December 8th, 2010, 4:41 pm

kbadr wrote:
someone wrote:8)


You need a space between that 8 and the ), or you're going to get one of those goofy smiley faces.
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Postby Spaztique » December 8th, 2010, 4:56 pm

majcher wrote:
kbadr wrote:
someone wrote:8)


You need a space between that 8 and the ), or you're going to get one of those goofy smiley faces.


Or you can disable smilies. 8) See?

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3) Bethany was so excited for the school field trip, she nearly lost her lunch!
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Postby EmilyBee » December 8th, 2010, 5:08 pm

6) While they through the air, a shadow engulfed them all, causing even the most cheerful child to succumb to sensations of dread, from the tips of their toes to the ends of their hair.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 8th, 2010, 5:28 pm

to consolidate (thanks Kareem!)

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

someone wrote:2)

Spaztique wrote:3) Bethany was so excited for the school field trip, she nearly lost her lunch!

someone wrote:4)

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

EmilyBee wrote:6) While they through the air, a shadow engulfed them all, causing even the most cheerful child to succumb to sensations of dread, from the tips of their toes to the ends of their hair.

someone wrote:7)

majcher wrote:8) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!
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Postby HerrHerr » December 8th, 2010, 5:50 pm

the_reverend wrote:to consolidate (thanks Kareem!)

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

CeeJ wrote:2) The school had just won a grant that summer for space exploration and they were leaving in their new rocket the very next day!

Spaztique wrote:3) Bethany was so excited for the school field trip, she nearly lost her lunch!

someone wrote:4)

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

EmilyBee wrote:6) While they through the air, a shadow engulfed them all, causing even the most cheerful child to succumb to sensations of dread, from the tips of their toes to the ends of their hair.

someone wrote:7)

majcher wrote:8) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!


I did #2 above
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Postby Meghan W » December 8th, 2010, 8:34 pm

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

CeeJ wrote:2) The school had just won a grant that summer for space exploration and they were leaving in their new rocket the very next day!

Spaztique wrote:3) Bethany was so excited for the school field trip, she nearly lost her lunch!

Meghan W wrote:4) The anxiety and nausea of the impending space mission made Bethany pretty darn crabby! But she buckled up anyways.

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

EmilyBee wrote:6) While they through the air, a shadow engulfed them all, causing even the most cheerful child to succumb to sensations of dread, from the tips of their toes to the ends of their hair.

someone wrote:7)

majcher wrote:8) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!
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Postby acrouch » December 9th, 2010, 1:06 pm

Roy Janik wrote:1) Bethany's first day of Kindergarten was tough, but she felt comforted by her Bert and Ernie lunchbox.

CeeJ wrote:2) The school had just won a grant that summer for space exploration and they were leaving in their new rocket the very next day!

Spaztique wrote:3) Bethany was so excited for the school field trip, she nearly lost her lunch!

Meghan W wrote:4) The anxiety and nausea of the impending space mission made Bethany pretty darn crabby! But she buckled up anyways.

hujhax wrote:5) "Three... two... one... LIFTOFF!"

EmilyBee wrote:6) While they burbled through the air, a shadow engulfed them all, causing even the most cheerful child to succumb to sensations of dread, from the tips of their toes to the ends of their hair.

acrouch wrote:7) Everyone knew that the moon had mysteriously disappeared on the day of Bethany's birth, and the cause was now apparent as a galactic wizard grasped the children's spaceship, pointed his wand at Bethany and said "now I shall finish the job!"

majcher wrote:8) But Bethany was all like, "Fuck you, Wizard!", and flipped him the double-bird.

the_reverend wrote:9) And with that gesture, the moon was at last restored!
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 9th, 2010, 1:09 pm

FANTASTIC!!!
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Postby acrouch » December 9th, 2010, 1:11 pm

acrouch wrote:1) Timmy the Turtle spent most of his waking hours hiding in his shell.

someone wrote:2)

someone wrote:3)

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

someone wrote:8 )

someone wrote:9)

someone wrote:10)

someone wrote:11)
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Postby Roy Janik » December 9th, 2010, 4:25 pm

I am so gonna make a Stringing the Pearls webapp.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 9th, 2010, 4:27 pm

acrouch wrote:1) Timmy the Turtle spent most of his waking hours hiding in his shell.

someone wrote:2)

someone wrote:3)

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

someone wrote:8 )

someone wrote:9)

someone wrote:10)

the_reverend wrote:11) And as quiet fell over the fields of Agincourt, he beheld the cost of vengeance.
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