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fryfan20


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Posted Sun Sep 14th, 2008 8:45pm Post subject: making a story
the son untied his father because he realised that he couldn't find his sister, who had the device, without his help.

I am what I am

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lilythepeanut


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Posted Wed Oct 1st, 2008 1:25am Post subject: making a story
The old man stood up, his eyes gleamed strangely.

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M-y-s-t-e-r-y


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Posted Thu Oct 9th, 2008 10:16am Post subject: making a story
He regerded his son with a strange expression, an idea blossoming in his head...

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amberzak


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Posted Thu Oct 23rd, 2008 10:31pm Post subject: making a story
The old man coughed, and as he did so, he tugged on the already thinning rope, and it snapped. He was free.

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poeticallyblind


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Posted Fri Oct 24th, 2008 4:47pm Post subject: making a story
But freedom came at a high cost. He had to work with his captor to ensure the safety of the monkeys. And he could not do it without his daughter.

"Son, I've got an idea..."

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amberzak


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Posted Fri Oct 24th, 2008 5:21pm Post subject: making a story
'I don't care much for your ideas' said the son. 'Unless... is it a cunning plan?'

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poeticallyblind


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Posted Sat Oct 25th, 2008 4:31am Post subject: making a story
"It is a cunning plan, and involves some cunning linguistics...we need to charge up the phone and order fish and chips, masses and masses of fish and chips...once they are delivered, we will open all the doors and windows ride, and your sister is bound to be drawn back by the comforting smell of malt vinegar.

And while we are wating, you must repeat her name over and over, as if in a chant: Marigold Goldiman, Marigold Goldiman, Marigold Goldiman, like a mantra."

He sat down, tired in the way one is tired after a night of debauchery and anal sex.

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amberzak


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Posted Mon Oct 27th, 2008 10:19am Post subject: making a story
Any person who dared to sneek a peak at this rather piculiar family would have been thoroughly freaked out. However this was normal to the Goldiman's; this was all they knew.

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Mr Mittens


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Posted Sat Nov 15th, 2008 2:56pm Post subject: making a story
The ordering of the fish and chips seemed to be a good idea to begin with. Unfortunately the aroma and huge amount of grease also attracted masses and masses of...

Don't be ridiculous Darling!

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amberzak


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Posted Sat Nov 15th, 2008 9:40pm Post subject: making a story
Sylphs, spirits of the air, who were invisible to the naked eye. Sylphs ate demons, and knew that this particular demon would be drawn by the grease of the chips.

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Mr Mittens


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Posted Thu Nov 20th, 2008 9:40pm Post subject: making a story
The amount of salt and vinegar in the air also caused huge...

Don't be ridiculous Darling!

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chriseccles


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Posted Thu Dec 18th, 2008 11:25am Post subject: making a story
Swarms of seagulls to appear, it dawned on the old man that she hadn't taken the device, As animals were materializing out of thin air all around them, his thoughts turned to the basement, maybe ...

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Mr Mittens


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Posted Sun Dec 21st, 2008 5:49pm Post subject: making a story
the tins of tomato soup could

Don't be ridiculous Darling!

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supahz


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Posted Sat Jan 17th, 2009 2:02am Post subject: making a story
be tossed into the air as a distraction, tempting the rampant animal barrage to the corners of the wigwam, and allowing the chanting men the opportunity to...

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Mr Mittens


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Posted Mon Jan 19th, 2009 10:46pm Post subject: making a story
lie down and have a jolly good snooze, just for ten minutes.

However, this was not to be because

Don't be ridiculous Darling!

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