Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Wacky Wednesday...The Never-Ending Story!


It is Wednesday...
and I am feeling Wacky!

Let's write the...
Never-Ending Story!

Directions/Instructions/How-To:

1. I will post a picture and then begin a story
with 3 to 6 sentences...

2. Then I will stop in MID-SENTENCE...

3. The next person picks up (in MID-SENTENCE)
where the last comment left off and will then
add 3 to 6 sentences to continue the story...

4. And then she/he/it will stop in MID-SENTENCE

5. Don't end the story...
it is a never-ending story!

6. You may post as many comments as you want
to continue the story!

Let's Write!


Dorothy knew that he was an ass the moment she met him. He was loud, obnoxious and, frankly, didn't smell too well. While Dorothy was easy going, he was stubborn and refused to cooperate. It was obvious to all those around them that Dorothy was totally infatuated with him, while all he wanted from Dorothy was a little...

7 comments:

Sue said...

"a little ass"

Malisa said...

...and a carrot! After all, begging from tourists is how he got his name,...

red.neck chic said...

dang.... sue got my answer. Well...

"a lil' cherry"

"a roll in the hay?"

LOLOL
xoxo robelyn

trash talk said...

Seems y'all don't play well when I'm not around...let's take it from "how he got his name"...

Don Key Hote' since he was always chasing windmills of his mind and trying to burro a cup of sugar from all the ladies to make white lightening guaranteed to kick the hair off...

Malisa said...

Thank you, Trash Talk...thank you! Gosh, I missed you today! Not all students are in the Bluebird group like you! :)

KerenMccully said...

Happy New Year~~!!!............................................................

The Muse said...

..."It was obvious to all those around them that Dorothy was totally infatuated with him, while all he wanted from Dorothy was a little..."

cash...for the windwill damage was starting to spiral out of control".

OR

"Don Key Hote' since he was always chasing windmills of his mind and trying to burro a cup of sugar from all the ladies to make white lightening guaranteed to kick the hair off..."

the fuzzy tulips which grew in the seedy side of the dam.