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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#221 Postby jaywhat » December 7th, 2013, 6:40 am

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"Change," said the conductor sticking the note in his duffel bag, "is usually good when it comes with an aneroid barometer and a stick thermometer for testing the temperature of porridge."

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your petentious{}

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#222 Postby Ken H » December 7th, 2013, 3:58 pm

"Change," said the conductor sticking the note in his duffel bag, "is usually good when it comes with an aneroid barometer and a stick thermometer for testing the temperature of porridge."

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook { }
The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' but 'That's funny...' - Isaac Asimov

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#223 Postby Dave B » December 7th, 2013, 4:07 pm

"Change," said the conductor sticking the note in his duffel bag, "is usually good when it comes with an aneroid barometer and a stick thermometer for testing the temperature of porridge."

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a {} like
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#224 Postby thundril » December 7th, 2013, 4:50 pm

"Change," said the conductor sticking the note in his duffel bag, "is usually good when it comes with an aneroid barometer and a stick thermometer for testing the temperature of porridge."

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor { }, flourishing his baton

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#225 Postby Ken H » December 7th, 2013, 10:27 pm

"Change," said the conductor sticking the note in his duffel bag, "is usually good when it comes with an aneroid barometer and a stick thermometer for testing the temperature of porridge."

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he { } at
The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' but 'That's funny...' - Isaac Asimov

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#226 Postby jaywhat » December 8th, 2013, 10:36 am

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the {} and

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#227 Postby Dave B » December 8th, 2013, 10:50 am

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a {} exit on
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#228 Postby thundril » December 8th, 2013, 3:27 pm

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a fire exit on Monday. "Can you { } the

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#229 Postby Dave B » December 8th, 2013, 5:43 pm

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a fire exit on Monday.

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#230 Postby thundril » December 8th, 2013, 5:58 pm

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a fire exit on Monday.

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the { } gall skeptic.

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#231 Postby Ken H » December 8th, 2013, 7:52 pm

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a fire exit on Monday.

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches { }
The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' but 'That's funny...' - Isaac Asimov

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#232 Postby thundril » December 9th, 2013, 12:49 am

"Porridge?" he bellowed. "Porridge? You wouldn't serve a knight stuff like that! Get out, and never dare darken my countenance again with your grimace, your smirk, your pretentious assumption that you can cook anything fit for a Facebook like." The conductor grimaced, flourishing his baton obscenely, he winked at the mirror by the door and made a fire exit on Monday.

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas { } clearly indicate

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#233 Postby jaywhat » December 9th, 2013, 6:58 am

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas wikipedics clearly indicate the exact opposite {} forensic effect

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#234 Postby Ken H » December 10th, 2013, 8:41 pm

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas wikipedics clearly indicate the exact opposite of the forensic effect, which nobody understands. However, { }
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#235 Postby Dave B » December 10th, 2013, 8:45 pm

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas wikipedics clearly indicate the exact opposite of the forensic effect, which nobody understands. However, sod this for a game {}
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#236 Postby thundril » December 10th, 2013, 10:13 pm

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas wikipedics clearly indicate the exact opposite of the forensic effect, which nobody understands. However, sod this for a game safari. Mice make much { } challenging { }.

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#237 Postby jaywhat » December 11th, 2013, 6:32 am

"Can you believe the gall of that man," enquired Cedric the bitter gall skeptic. "He thinks that witches caused it. Whereas wikipedics clearly indicate the exact opposite of the forensic effect, which nobody understands. However, sod this for a game safari. Mice make much more challenging topics and do not mind{ }.

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#238 Postby thundril » December 11th, 2013, 10:01 am

Mice make much more challenging topics and do not mind being watched. { }, on the other { }

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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#239 Postby Ken H » December 11th, 2013, 2:31 pm

Mice make much more challenging topics and do not mind being watched. Weasels, on the other hand, are closely related to { }
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#240 Postby Dave B » December 11th, 2013, 2:33 pm

Ken H wrote:Mice make much more challenging topics and do not mind being watched. Weasels, on the other hand, are closely related to politicians and only like being {}
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Re: Five Word Story, with a blank

#241 Postby thundril » December 11th, 2013, 2:34 pm

Mice make much more challenging topics and do not mind being watched. Weasels, on the other hand, are closely related to each other, and should { } before


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