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Chuy! wrote: 2) Tom hated games that didn't belong in front of an audience of people.
Please let the next line involve a member of the Nay-sayer Slayers
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Jon Bolden wrote:
Chuy! wrote: 2) Tom hated games that didn't belong in front of an audience of people.
Please let the next line involve a member of the Nay-sayer Slayers
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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.
happywaffle wrote:3) And so he entered his refrigerated vault, awakened his menagerie of sentient butters, cheeses, and yogurts, and called out: "Saddle up, boys, we're goin' to Kroger!"
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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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.
happywaffle wrote:3) And so he entered his refrigerated vault, awakened his menagerie of sentient butters, cheeses, and yogurts, and called out: "Saddle up, boys, we're goin' to Kroger!"
hujhax wrote:3½) ... and just this once, Tom left his home, bringing his lacteal crüe to rain terror upon the grocery's presentation of "Butter Bowl XLVI" -- a marketing-gimmick dairy-themed sporting event that was tackily coasting on the coattails of professional football.  He approached the store's entryway, pulling a wagon of merciless dairy behind him.
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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