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Old 08-25-2020, 10:09 PM   #1
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Add one sentence to mine below. Copy the post above and add your sentence, then post. Just start the sentence on a new line. Only rule is no adding in anything about cowboys or potatoes.


It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.
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Old 08-25-2020, 10:22 PM   #3
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.
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Old 08-25-2020, 10:34 PM   #4
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.
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Old 08-26-2020, 01:00 AM   #5
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"
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But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.


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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.

The End.



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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.

The End.

OR WAS IT!?

It wasn't indeed, as the nightmare only begun. One of his yo-yos snapped and hit the driver side door of my beloved 86.
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Old 08-26-2020, 05:40 PM   #13
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.

The End.

OR WAS IT!?

It wasn't indeed, as the nightmare only begun. One of his yo-yos snapped and hit the driver side door of my beloved 86.

Max tried to blow it off saying, "missed me by that much!" , holding up his fingers two inches apart.
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It started out as a pleasant ride but by the end of the night, I knew if I didn't stay hidden from this crazy person, I wouldn't survive until the morning.

He wielded 42 small yo-yos, each with 2 consonants carved into them.

I watched as they oscillated back and forth like Newton's cradle.

Reminded me of the time I saw a cowboy juggling potatoes.

But then I heard a voice exclaim "These posts are gonna get really long if the rules don't change!"

Then the same voice muttered in a weary sigh "I wish people would read the instructions".

Unsure of where the voices were coming from, I decided that now was the time to whip out my balisong.

Then I knew; I had brought a knife to a gun fight.

After that, it was time for @humfrz's nap.

The End.

OR WAS IT!?

It wasn't indeed, as the nightmare only begun. One of his yo-yos snapped and hit the driver side door of my beloved 86.

Max tried to blow it off saying, "missed me by that much!" , holding up his fingers two inches apart.

In a storming fury @Tcoat appeared with hail, wind, and lighting encompassing him!
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