Three Word Story Game (again)

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Copy, Paste, Post Man Pat and Polly Prune's pendulous mangy Moggie was fur-balling over hair-ball "tea".
Good Koala tea is not this: Mate de Coca drawing a line in the sand with crayons because his bladder's empty.
Flat (that not used word :) ) repair tin contains four superfluous boring words because uttering "Macbeth" brings forth gasps of newt-eye breath freshener (only £4.99) because Yorick alas was dead boring.

Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from
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Copy, Paste, Post Man Pat and Polly Prune's pendulous mangy Moggie was fur-balling over hair-ball "tea".
Good Koala tea is not this: Mate de Coca drawing a line in the sand with crayons because his bladder's empty.
Flat (that not used word :) ) repair tin contains four superfluous boring words because uttering "Macbeth" brings forth gasps of newt-eye breath freshener (only £4.99) because Yorick alas was dead boring.

Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs
Suppose that this room is a lift. The support breaks and down we go with ever-increasing velocity.
Let us pass the time by performing physical experiments...
--- Arthur Eddington (creator of the Eddington Number).
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid.
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was,
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose
Suppose that this room is a lift. The support breaks and down we go with ever-increasing velocity.
Let us pass the time by performing physical experiments...
--- Arthur Eddington (creator of the Eddington Number).
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose was into everything
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose was into everything, it could smell
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose was into everything, it could smell with its thumb
Suppose that this room is a lift. The support breaks and down we go with ever-increasing velocity.
Let us pass the time by performing physical experiments...
--- Arthur Eddington (creator of the Eddington Number).
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose was into everything, it could smell with its thumb but because it
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Fingal was caving in, as usual; Mendelssohn was Brahms. Chopin was chopping (knock, turn, knock...) Spaghetti Polonaise, Mazurkas, Cossacks wielding balalaikas and chopsticks, waltzed across the ceiling, there followed a Tarantella eight step cure for arachnophobes without web access. Someone spun a spinning jenny whilst Robert the Brucellosis, mooing the lawn.

Meanwhile, Johnathon the Marathonist ran amok amongst the Snickers and Mars Bars. Vianne Rocher was choc a bloc aux truffes noires on Badgers Mount, the main menu excluded VAT, which overturned, spilling custard over bicycles and a copy of The Daily Heiligenacht carol-singers hymnsheets and sung by Millwall fans.

"Nobody, but nobody saw the Hamster, Heath and safety inspector surreptitiously trousering a few quid from Mick's Moultin fund

Cardboard cutouts of Crystal Palace dinosaurs were made available online but Waitrose Click and Collect supplied the asteroid. The trouble was, the Iguanodon's nose was into everything, it could smell with its thumb but because it was stuck up
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