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Come on - why don't we write our own book right here in the fiction forum ? I'll do the first sentence, and then jump in....hold on, here we go...

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In reply to an earlier post on 1 Oct 2011, 21:20:12 BST
LEP says:
find Florence who had gone off to milk Ermentrude.

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 21:23:05 BST
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Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 21:38:18 BST
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Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 22:41:10 BST
For goodness sake, Florence, leave Ermentrude to roam on the seven hills and tire herself out. Where's

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 22:51:53 BST
Dougal? Still chasing his own tail? Or that stoned rabbit, Dillon?

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 22:54:21 BST
Then suddenly silence fell.

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 23:01:24 BST
Who's Silence? When did he fall? Did he

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 23:01:55 BST
Last edited by the author on 1 Oct 2011, 23:02:36 BST
post twice?

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 23:07:43 BST
Or is he is a coma?

Posted on 1 Oct 2011, 23:08:22 BST
No, he reigned and everyone got wet.

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 01:18:06 BST
Aside: (while there's a lull between UK going to sleep and America having supper, I'd just like to say what a fun thread this is, and how useful for authors and readers alike to practise their imagination. Many thanks to all.)

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 09:45:11 BST
Longchamps says:
But YUK had not gone to sleep. He was creeping through the elephant grass, all three arms waving in the wind, his target-acquiring radar aerial sniffing out

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 10:32:29 BST
laughoutloud says:
the day old curry smell that was wafting about in the ether of the underworld/crackers which needed

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 10:41:05 BST
just a tiny shift in the direction of the faintest breeze the bring it to the flared, twitching hairy nostrils of the Yuk. Target acquired, hunt and attack modes activated. It was now only a matter of time until...

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 11:02:58 BST
Brenda says:
dinner time. Meanwhile, there might just be time to read the evening paper and put .....

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 11:21:48 BST
the Yuk to bed. With three arms to wash and six legs to wash, bathtime was always a splashing time in Jack's kingdom. Now

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 12:40:23 BST
thought Jack, before I sleep and before I encounter the Yuk, perhaps I should just briefly recall the events of the last few days so to best plan my next move, now then it all started back on that dark and stormy night...

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 12:42:26 BST
Last edited by the author on 2 Oct 2011, 12:42:59 BST
..........this was clearly now a timely moment to consider the true problem at hand.....would his rudimentary knowledge of papal dining etuquette and a blunt stanley knife be enough to defend a small country the size of - say Belgium - against the coming zombie apocalypse?.....

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Oct 2011, 12:49:00 BST
Last edited by the author on 2 Oct 2011, 12:50:54 BST
LEP says:
"No" said the YUK, suddenly materialisng from behind the velvet curtains, a piece of toast and marmalade in one of his hairy hands and a copy of Pride and Prejudice in another. "You will need this"...

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 13:38:29 BST
laughoutloud says:
to match the other hole in your head which is by all accounts oozing orange smelly stuff and really needs a good..

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 13:44:05 BST
Lez Lee says:
dollop of cream to make it palatable, together with..

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 13:55:17 BST
Love to shop says:
meat balls. Jack scooped Yuk up and carried him to bed. 'You stay there,' he said. 'This is work for a real man.'
Then he went outside in the dark and the storm. That's when he saw a

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 15:41:11 BST
Last edited by the author on 2 Oct 2011, 15:45:34 BST
poltergeist had whipped everything up into a fury. The new world created on a dark and stormy night was covered in arms of spam dropped at random from ghostly zombies. The spam had attracted dinosaurs that roamed with Florence and Zebedee at bedtime. King Jack had been attacked by badgers and his head was being fixed with vinegar and brown paper by Jill. Apart from that, peace reigned until

Posted on 2 Oct 2011, 16:26:48 BST
mary savage says:
the goth tribe suddenly rose through the earth and demanded control from the emo tribe...

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Oct 2011, 16:52:09 BST
Last edited by the author on 2 Oct 2011, 16:54:13 BST
Kathy says:
The noise was mesmerising at first and then pretty frightening, the chants got longer and fierer and that's when.........
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