Forum game...

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Forum game...

Postby temp » Wed Oct 22, 2008 3:55 pm

HOW TO PLAY THE FORUM GAME

Anyone can play.

First, read Chapter One, at the end of this post.

Then, go directly to the last post by clicking the highest number box following the thread title.

Copy the last post on that page and click on POST REPLY.

Paste the previous text into the new box.

Add a word (or two) and click on SUBMIT.

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I don't see many forum games on here. Here's one I saw in another forum that I frequent...For each post, you contribute one word to the sentence. Copy the whole sentence from the previous post before you add your word. You can add punctuation as well for free, those don't count as your word.

Example:

first post: "The
second post: "The ocean"
third post: "The ocean was"
fourth post: "The ocean was blue."

then if enough people post, you eventually have a paragraph or two that can form (usually a pretty hilarious) story. Let's try this here...keeping it under umbrella of sci/fi of course.

I'll start this with the first word:

Aliens
__________
Chapter One

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin ballpark and happened to see Winston burst. Telepathically, the captain called for backup, but stumbled on John's exoskeletal diaper and fell in love. Dark stains slowly spread around the captain. "Conductivity high", gloated an underling.

Maniacal aliens, saturated with pudding, shifted positions laboriously. The hoops seemed to shimmer and vanished!

Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, the army was ordered to deploy its alien and then establish a beachhead in Cincinnati. Spectators gaped as the army began scoring hits. The blorgles retaliated by calling up a self-help video for the dreadnaught "Old Ironsides", while penalizing themselves for their lack of objectivity. If by sundown the defenders reach Tulsa, it looks certain that the soldiers will be dangerously inebriated.

The Navy denied the blorgles existed, while secretly "Old Ironsides" initiated an attack that proved to be noisy and devastating. "Never surrender, never quote surrender-monkeys," whimpered the Army's mascot.

One Alice tried to score a date with the leader of the blorgles. but unfortunately hermaphrodites weren't attracted by sound on the wavelength of the odd Alice. Meanwhile, John was remembering Alice as his unwilling sex slave. He cried for lost film of the passionate perversions he practiced during 2023 and he realized good things are transient.

Suddenly, all hell broke loose!

A warp in space/time ruptured and the light of Yankee Stadium, November 1930, beckoned.

The Army/Navy withdrew at halftime and although 1930 cheerleaders weren't even nude they still inspired the men.

The future temporal nerve agent passed gas and then tried to activate his lifeline.

Unfortunately for Army Cadets, the Navy weren't giving up. They stormed down the troopers' defensive barrier and scored!

"Well, " said Winston transdimensionally,"What an unexpected goal!"

Meanwhile at Merapi something was stirring. Slowly,almost imperceptibly, volcanic lava began to ooze. In "Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin ballpark and happened to see Winston burst. Telepathically, the captain called for backup, but stumbled on John's exoskeletal diaper and fell in love. Dark stains slowly spread around the captain. "Conductivity high", gloated an underling.

Maniacal aliens, saturated with pudding, shifted positions laboriously. The hoops seemed to shimmer and vanished!

Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, the army was ordered to deploy its alien and then establish a beachhead in Cincinnati. Spectators gaped as the army began scoring hits. The blorgles retaliated by calling up a self-help video for the dreadnaught "Old Ironsides", while penalizing themselves for their lack of objectivity. If by sundown the defenders reach Tulsa, it looks certain that the soldiers will be dangerously inebriated.

The Navy denied the blorgles existed, while secretly "Old Ironsides" initiated an attack that proved to be noisy and devastating. "Never surrender, never quote surrender-monkeys," whimpered the Army's mascot.

One Alice tried to score a date with the leader of the blorgles. but unfortunately hermaphrodites weren't attracted by sound on the wavelength of the odd Alice. Meanwhile, John was remembering Alice as his unwilling sex slave. He cried for lost film of the passionate perversions he practiced during 2023 and he realized good things are transient.

Suddenly, all hell broke loose!

A warp in space/time ruptured and the light of Yankee Stadium, November 1930, beckoned.

The Army/Navy withdrew at halftime and although 1930 cheerleaders weren't even nude they still inspired the men.

The future temporal nerve agent passed gas and then tried to activate his lifeline.

Unfortunately for Army Cadets, the Navy weren't giving up. They stormed down the troopers' defensive barrier and scored!

"Well, " said Winston transdimensionally,"What an unexpected goal!"

Meanwhile at Merapi something was stirring. Slowly,almost imperceptibly, volcanic lava began to ooze. In "Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin ballpark and happened to see Winston burst. Telepathically, the captain called for backup, but stumbled on John's exoskeletal diaper and fell in love. Dark stains slowly spread around the captain. "Conductivity high", gloated an underling.

Maniacal aliens, saturated with pudding, shifted positions laboriously. The hoops seemed to shimmer and vanished!

Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, the army was ordered to deploy its alien and then establish a beachhead in Cincinnati. Spectators gaped as the army began scoring hits. The blorgles retaliated by calling up a self-help video for the dreadnaught "Old Ironsides", while penalizing themselves for their lack of objectivity. If by sundown the defenders reach Tulsa, it looks certain that the soldiers will be dangerously inebriated.

The Navy denied the blorgles existed, while secretly "Old Ironsides" initiated an attack that proved to be noisy and devastating. "Never surrender, never quote surrender-monkeys," whimpered the Army's mascot.

One Alice tried to score a date with the leader of the blorgles. but unfortunately hermaphrodites weren't attracted by sound on the wavelength of the odd Alice. Meanwhile, John was remembering Alice as his unwilling sex slave. He cried for lost film of the passionate perversions he practiced during 2023 and he realized good things are transient.

Suddenly, all hell broke loose!

A warp in space/time ruptured and the light of Yankee Stadium, November 1930, beckoned.

The Army/Navy withdrew at halftime and although 1930 cheerleaders weren't even nude they still inspired the men.

The future temporal nerve agent passed gas and then tried to activate his lifeline.

Unfortunately for Army Cadets, the Navy weren't giving up. They stormed down the troopers' defensive barrier and scored!

"Well, " said Winston transdimensionally,"What an unexpected goal!"
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:58 am

Authors of the forum game include:

temp
admin (Rick Norwood)
slavin41
Brightonian
Stinky93
HAL Jr.

You too can join. Just copy the last post, click POST REPLY, paste, add a word or (at most) two, click SUBMIT.
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Tue Dec 23, 2008 9:44 am

I'm going to change the rules of the game slightly. A contributor may add two words, provided that one of them is a very common word of three letters or less. Examples include: a, an, the, and, of, by, for, to.

I'm also taking out some of the middle posts, but adding a list of contributors.
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Sat Jan 10, 2009 9:01 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks
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Re: Forum game...

Postby Brightonian » Sun Jan 11, 2009 5:56 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive",
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Sun Jan 11, 2009 8:59 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said
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Re: Forum game...

Postby Brightonian » Fri Jan 16, 2009 9:20 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:00 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

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Re: Forum game...

Postby slaven41 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:41 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:20 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their
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Re: Forum game...

Postby Brightonian » Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:18 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Sat Jan 24, 2009 8:06 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at
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Re: Forum game...

Postby slaven41 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 11:50 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin

[Note: I thought I would uphold the fine tradition of naming places in scifi novels after earlier scifi authors, even though we all know this will never happen. At least I think LeGuin is a place. But that's up to the next collaborator.]
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Re: Forum game...

Postby admin » Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:13 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin ballpark and
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Re: Forum game...

Postby Brightonian » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:04 am

"Aliens flying through hoops!" yelled the umpire. Fifty thousand blorgles jumped from his rulebook and began dispensing advice to the discombobulated defenders. John metamorphosed, Alice self-replicated, and Winston reconfigured. "Looks can deceive", said one Alice.

The Cincinnati police had their annual picnic at LeGuin ballpark and happened to

[c'mon someone else join in, this is way fun!]
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