Three Word Story Game (again)

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Merry_Wanderer » 1 Feb 2015, 7:18pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby 661-Pete » 1 Feb 2015, 9:12pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges
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...
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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Audax67 » 1 Feb 2015, 9:47pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes.
Have we got time for another cuppa?

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Vinko » 1 Feb 2015, 9:57pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby 661-Pete » 1 Feb 2015, 10:46pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted
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...
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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Audax67 » 2 Feb 2015, 7:35am

[quote="661-Pete"]Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan
Have we got time for another cuppa?

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Geoff.D » 2 Feb 2015, 8:11am

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Mick F » 2 Feb 2015, 8:20am

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango,
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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Audax67 » 2 Feb 2015, 9:03am

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle.
Have we got time for another cuppa?

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Vinko » 2 Feb 2015, 10:59am

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Geoff.D » 2 Feb 2015, 12:35pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might make mincemeat of

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Vinko » 2 Feb 2015, 2:51pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might make mincemeat of making more marvelous

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby ferrit worrier » 2 Feb 2015, 5:27pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might make mincemeat of making more marvellous marzipan and melon
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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby Geoff.D » 2 Feb 2015, 6:00pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might make mincemeat of making more marvellous marzipan and melon macaroons, mixed methodically

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Re: Three Word Story Game (again)

Postby 661-Pete » 2 Feb 2015, 7:36pm

Napoleon Solo - lonely Emperor seeks lonely heart, Blessing poor fibulating Brian, who Leared at space "Gordon's Alive!" Gordon Bennett, however loved an omelette. His fetish slaked with Old Peculiar, he dispatched Stanley Bloch-Playne to Livingston, where the story, presumably, was doctored by Maggie and Dennis Milksnatcher but lost-boy Mark, their dear and very extravagant mistake after sending the Navy gun-boats for diplomacy, sold it to Russian Oligarchs boot, line and sinker and with it Carol's nest egg, softboiled and served with soup and a dash of calumny.

Daily Mail editor Nigel Molesworth took to umbrella the poisoned dart laced with precipitate was there ready. "Hack that, you Martian alien being!" "Being wot?" asked Paddington in Peruvian, juggling Seville oranges and cyanide syringes. It seemed that his marmalade tasted of bitter marzipan, marmite, mustard, mussels, margarine, maltezers, mango, and dog piddle. Maybe Monday might make mincemeat of making more marvellous marzipan and melon macaroons, mixed methodically in marinaded monkfish
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).