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GaalDornick
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I remember doing this on Hatrack once and it was a lot of fun. Add three words to the story:

There once was

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a Parisian Butcher
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gay marrying a
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British heifer. But
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GaalDornick
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(Copy the previous post)

There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator

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Jake
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others refrigerators)
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake.
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished

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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large
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One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed
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*Wincing at the fuzzy, translucent adjective not describing a noun and that a floating head isn't floating if it's on a stake*

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half.

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke

down crying about

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about

how my entrails

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Jake
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails

could never compare

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare

to your love,"

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Dogbreath
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare

to your love,"

he whispered. "Moooo"

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quote:
Originally posted by GaalDornick:
Add three words to the story:

It doesn't say that the words should always be put at the end of the story. If I broke the unwritten rules by inserting words then just ignore this post and continue from the previous point.

There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare

to your love,"

he whispered. "Moooo" came

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love,"

he whispered. "Moooo" came. And then she

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love," he whispered. "Moooo" came. And then she exploded.

Not long

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GaalDornick
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love," he whispered.

"Moooo," replied his lover, Came. And then she exploded.

Not long

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Not long ago we would
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take the metro
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, gazing soulfully into
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the transvestite clown's
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gaping, stinking maw
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love," he whispered.

"Moooo," replied his lover, Came. And then she exploded.

Not long ago we would take the metro, gazing soulfully into the transvestite clown's gaping, stinking maw

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. But no matter.
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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love," he whispered.

"Moooo," replied his lover, Came. And then she exploded.

Not long ago we would take the metro, gazing soulfully into the transvestite clown's gaping, stinking maw. But no matter, his car was

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There once was a Parisian butcher gay marrying a British heifer. But that's irrelevant.

One day he found a floating head in his refrigerator (not that he opened others' refrigerators). The head was on a stake. It was garnished with a fuzzy, but translucent lettuce leaf and kind of looked...delicious, actually. Using his very large katana he slashed himself in half. "Houp-là, I broke down crying about how my entrails could never compare to your love," he whispered.

"Moooo," replied his lover, Came. And then she exploded.

Not long ago we would take the metro, gazing soulfully into the transvestite clown's gaping, stinking maw. But no matter, his car was ludicrously small and

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filthy with grease,
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cow viscera, and
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seven other clowns.
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Emerson once said,
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"Go get Palmer".
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quote:
Originally posted by GaalDornick:
(Copy the previous post)

no just summarize every few pages
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