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Postby Spots » December 17th, 2010, 4:17 am

acrouch wrote:
Sara Farr wrote:1) Archie Taylor was a Harlequin romance guy stuck in a milk-toast body.

someone wrote:2)

Spots wrote:3) She was a dream come true. A real beauty.

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

someone wrote:8 )

someone wrote:9)

someone wrote:10)

acrouch wrote:11) God smiled quietly to himself and turned out the lights.
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Postby mpbrockman » December 17th, 2010, 8:57 am

Spots wrote:
acrouch wrote:
Sara Farr wrote:1) Archie Taylor was a Harlequin romance guy stuck in a milk-toast body.

someone wrote:2)

Spots wrote:3) She was a dream come true. A real beauty.

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

someone wrote:8 )

mpbrockman wrote:9) there was the sound of a bodice being ripped

someone wrote:10)

acrouch wrote:11) God smiled quietly to himself and turned out the lights.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 17th, 2010, 10:39 am

Sara Farr wrote:1) Archie Taylor was a Harlequin romance guy stuck in a milk-toast body.

the_reverend wrote:2) But that all changed when he met Eurydice Collins, PI.

Spots wrote:3) She was a dream come true. A real beauty.

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

someone wrote:8 )

mpbrockman wrote:9) there was the sound of a bodice being ripped

someone wrote:10)

acrouch wrote:11) God smiled quietly to himself and turned out the lights.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » December 22nd, 2010, 2:56 pm

we can't let a literal bodice ripper languish in stagnation! next pearl!
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Postby sara farr » December 22nd, 2010, 10:09 pm

I'll go again using my puppet...
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Postby sara farr » December 22nd, 2010, 10:10 pm

the_reverend wrote:
Sara Farr wrote:1) Archie Taylor was a Harlequin romance guy stuck in a milk-toast body.

the_reverend wrote:2) But that all changed when he met Eurydice Collins, PI.

Spots wrote:3) She was a dream come true. A real beauty.

someone wrote:4)

someone wrote:5)

someone wrote:6)

Gramps (the Puppet) wrote:7) "Is that a pistol in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?" she asked.

someone wrote:8 )

mpbrockman wrote:9) there was the sound of a bodice being ripped

someone wrote:10)

acrouch wrote:11) God smiled quietly to himself and turned out the lights.
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Postby Roy Janik » February 29th, 2012, 1:20 am

NEW GAME!


1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.
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Postby Matt » February 29th, 2012, 1:25 am

*lurks until a later round*
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Postby Ruby W. » February 29th, 2012, 1:26 am

Roy Janik wrote:NEW GAME!



1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.
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Postby Jon Bolden » February 29th, 2012, 1:34 am

Ruby W. wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.


5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards
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Postby hujhax » February 29th, 2012, 3:03 am

Jon Bolden wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards

10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.


7½) (By this point, four police cruisers, a local news van, and a SWAT helicopter had all joined in the pursuit.)

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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » February 29th, 2012, 3:39 am

hujhax wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards

7½) (By this point, four police cruisers, a local news van, and a SWAT helicopter had all joined in the pursuit.)

10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.


4) The doors flew open as the enticing scent of a thousand exotic dairy products wafted across the olfactory glands of the gathered throngs.
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Postby Chuy! » February 29th, 2012, 3:49 am

Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell wrote:
hujhax wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards

7½) (By this point, four police cruisers, a local news van, and a SWAT helicopter had all joined in the pursuit.)

10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.


4) The doors flew open as the enticing scent of a thousand exotic dairy products wafted across the olfactory glands of the gathered throngs.


2) Tom hated games that didn't belong in front of an audience of people.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » February 29th, 2012, 9:51 am

to help the formatting...

Roy Janik wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

Chuy! wrote:2) Tom hated games that didn't belong in front of an audience of people.

someone wrote:3)

Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell wrote:4) The doors flew open as the enticing scent of a thousand exotic dairy products wafted across the olfactory glands of the gathered throngs.

Jon Bolden wrote:5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

hujhax wrote:7½) (By this point, four police cruisers, a local news van, and a SWAT helicopter had all joined in the pursuit.)

someone wrote:8 )

someone wrote:9)

Ruby W. wrote:10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.
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Postby jesspasc » February 29th, 2012, 10:06 am

Roy Janik wrote:1) There once was an accountant named Tom who never went outside.

Chuy! wrote:2) Tom hated games that didn't belong in front of an audience of people.

someone wrote:3)

Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell wrote:4) The doors flew open as the enticing scent of a thousand exotic dairy products wafted across the olfactory glands of the gathered throngs.

Jon Bolden wrote:5) The grocery store had never seen so much action. It woke up the sleeping security guards

someone wrote:6)

someone wrote:7)

hujhax wrote:7½) (By this point, four police cruisers, a local news van, and a SWAT helicopter had all joined in the pursuit.)

jesspasc wrote:8 ) Except for the rookie cop, Claudette Vachequirit, who ignored the captain's orders and headed straight for the dairy section.

someone wrote:9)

Ruby W. wrote:10) The moldy cheese thanked her politely, and disappeared down the drain.
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