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Thread: WRITING GAME

  1. #51
    Mark Siet
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    A carriage pulled up with two large liverymen who opened the door and escorted Father Hooligan, Manfred Chillington Bibs, and Sister Josephine to a location far to the north on an island where the pleasure domes were filled with the recorded sensations of cultures long passed into the mists of time and where the slightest whim became an entire realm peopled with inhabitants who changed shape as the emotions of visitors were transformed into rivers of colored streaming liquids brightly glowing in the ever present globe of everlasting delight.



  2. #52
    John Doerper
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    Yet nother in life (or death) lasts forever, and on day the lights went out in this island paradise theme park and the music stopped, and the Twin Padres and Mistress Nun were pushed back out into the world they thought they had left forever.

  3. #53
    C Bets
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    Almost too poetic to mess with, John. I'll leave that to someone else. :-o)

  4. #54
    Denise .
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    This story sucks now.

  5. #55
    C Bets
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    D - you leave me rolling on the floor sometimes

  6. #56
    John Doerper
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    But Denise: You can always change it to give it a story line you like.

  7. #57
    C Bets
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    The pirates were ruthless; men who had left the restraints and cruelty of Catholicism and now wanted revenge!

  8. #58
    John Doerper
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    They planned to kidnap the Pope, make him undergo a sex change and then turn him loose again, just to see if he would dare talk about it.

  9. #59
    John Doerper
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    But the plot was foiled because it turned out the Pope was already a woman, who had worked her way up in the church hierarchy disguised as a man.

  10. #60
    C Bets
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    Re: WRITING GAME

    Sister Josephine knew that; hence her willingness to participate in Father Houlihan's playtime, confident that there would be no discipline if caught.

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