The 3 word story game.

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby ferrit worrier » 16 Apr 2015, 8:50pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Merry_Wanderer » 30 May 2015, 6:50pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Geoff.D » 12 Jun 2015, 9:57am

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Mick F » 14 Jun 2016, 7:17pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the
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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby ferrit worrier » 18 Jun 2016, 2:16pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Audax67 » 22 Nov 2016, 10:00am

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin,
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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby ferrit worrier » 22 Nov 2016, 12:48pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin, T'spinnin wheels squeakin'
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Mick F » 20 Feb 2018, 3:20pm

Wuslefartisque-Bottomly-Pinrose" pronounced "pimbillywagger", rode his recumbent backwards because he had three reverse hub gears. "Smoke and mirrors need careful handling"thought Marmaduke as he looked down where the smoke rose gently from below the belt,"WOW","Four words again" he said hoping no-one would notice.

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin, T'spinnin wheels squeakin'." The trouble was
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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Vorpal » 20 Feb 2018, 3:54pm

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin, T'spinnin wheels squeakin'." The trouble was the hamster afterall!"
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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby ferrit worrier » 18 Mar 2018, 8:37am

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin, T'spinnin wheels squeakin'." The trouble was the hamster afterall!" A spot of
Percussive maintainance, if it don't fit, hit it with the hammer.

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Re: The 3 word story game.

Postby Audax67 » 18 Mar 2018, 8:59am

Someone did notice, the pannier police, four word symmetry is against the inside left leg. "Painful" said Edward.Reohn2 carefully counted, and horror of horrors there were indeed the wrong number of legs, and words, too!

Life would never ever become more cycling-orientated, unlessreohn2 wrote:
My head hurts
, "but why", asked Edward, "its the third leg tapping". "Same old story!" shouted the hamster. "All squirrels and rabbits with fluffy tails and malicious inductive hyperventilation causes regular Campag." "So does All-Bran!" shouted Herman Munster, shouted the hamster from his wheel. The trouble was, the squeaky wheel was contaminated with eclipse oil from the BBC gushbag, and BBC controller was upside down masquerading as a ITV employee with a Dawes Kingpin which had the leather saddle adjusted for maximum agony by tightening the bullock strangulation mech ten clicks on his sore throbbing thumb, but he couldn't account for his whereabouts on the big wheel until Fred Trueman appeared, to rub the umpire up the off side leg.

"Egad!" cried Rumpelstiltskin, T'spinnin wheels squeakin'." The trouble was the hamster afterall!" A spot of marmalade on the
Have we got time for another cuppa?