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Come on - why don't we write our own book right here in the fiction forum ? The sequel.

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Initial post: 30 Jul 2013, 00:31:47 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 09:39:39 BST
The rules for this thread are simple. Continue the story.
I'll start ...

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 00:32:45 BST
Bertie the Bear was relaxing in his deckchair. He looked around and saw...

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 04:05:34 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 04:07:30 BST
Handybird says:
nothing, absolutely zilch! He had fallen asleep and now it was a dark and stormy night. Very dark and very stormy. The rain was lashing down and his shorts were wet. In order to take shelter he stood up quickly and turned to run in the direction of his house when suddenly and without warning there came ..

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 09:41:55 BST
a loud farting noise. "Damn" said Bertie "I shouldn't have eaten those beans."

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 10:46:21 BST
Handybird says:
Bertie of course, was no ordinary bear, he was super intelligent but, exactly like an ordinary bear, he did love his food ...

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 11:18:41 BST
[Deleted by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 11:20:13 BST]

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 12:33:26 BST
"Grrrr" said Bertie "I'm starving"

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 13:25:16 BST
And with that, Bertie sneezed, slumped to the floor and passed away.

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 13:37:34 BST
Handybird says:
..almost all of his sweeties .. his friends were very grateful

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 14:54:12 BST
P. Cobb says:
Meanwhile, Eddy Taw-Real peered through the crystal sides of his potion bottle and a vision of life on Mauritius transcended the puniverses to reach him back on page 300.
"Hmmm," he mused once more. "It appears I was right. Whichever version rises to the top o' the page will attract the randomers. Perhaps we need to leave this version of Bertie to the ne'er-wish-us-wellers and resume on the original? After all, the Salty Sue is still towing the Rustbucket, the D'oh D'oh is becalmed, and the Time family are confused..."

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 15:04:48 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 15:06:11 BST
Eurythymia says:
But just then there was a clap of thunder as Jove roared his disapproval. A new beginning to be ended almost as it begun? Never! Never say never. And with that, the rip roaring tale of the adventures of Bertie the Super Bear had begun. A story of unimaginable derring do's. Heroic were its characters. Of outstanding courage and unending resourcefulness. As the thunder claps boomed around the forest was Bertie the Super Bear, possessed of extraordinary intelligence, afraid, perplexed, stymied? Not a bit! He knew exactly what needed to be done. And he was the bear to do it. For others it might not bear thinking of. But not our Bertie. He would grasp the conundrum by its horns (metaphorically speaking of course...Bertie often thought in metaphors; he was that kind of a bear!), give it a good shake and tell it what's what! No beating around the bush for our Bertie! Or even the trees, given he was living within the realm of the mystical forest. 'Aha!' I hear you say. 'The mystical forest? Tell me more.' But you must wait dear reader for this tale to unfold. Journey awhile with us as it does so.

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 15:59:49 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 18:57:42 BST
Miss Tickle was waiting in her forest for unwary passers-by...

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 19:05:32 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 19:07:53 BST
P. Cobb says:
"If you can't beat them, join them," said the egg whisk.
"I wonder if this will bring them in?" replied Doug the Domino, "or is there no fun in interrupting random metatarsals conjoined with cochineal pilgrims?"

"I know a good game," said the lavatory brush. "Open a dictionary randomly at four pages, drop in some misspellings and gramatical errors, and we have the makings of a random post!"
"I know," replied the asparagus. "Hoe do you think they've been doing it for the past two years? Oh, it's even better when you do it under the influence of something then forget what and where you've posted. But who cares, it's good fun. Why not give it a go?"

"Ok, hear gose:
Ironstone rebate endanjer Muscovy Dukes."

"Ha, ha, ha! That hillaireous. More, more mor."

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 21:04:11 BST
Handybird says:
"That's just silly Mister! I don't know what you're playing at but methinks you stoop to their level!"

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 21:29:49 BST
Last edited by the author on 30 Jul 2013, 21:30:30 BST
"Yes - stoop what you're doing immediately" said Bertie donning his Sherlock Holmes cloak, deerstalker and pipe. "Methinks I'll soon get to the bottom of this!"

Posted on 30 Jul 2013, 23:34:44 BST
Chris says:
Meanwhile, in a land far far away, knocked out 73 just woke up sits with his head in his hands thinking, "may God have mercy on my soul".

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 00:15:52 BST
but God had more important things to do than read threads on a fiction forum...

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 00:19:18 BST
Last edited by the author on 31 Jul 2013, 01:49:30 BST
P. Cobb says:
...so he sold it instead to the devil by stooping as low as a daschund's belly button.

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 01:03:01 BST
Last edited by the author on 31 Jul 2013, 01:03:14 BST
"Bah!" said Beelzebub "Always the leftovers! How am I expected to...

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 01:51:32 BST
P. Cobb says:
...put calomine onto my sunburn when it's always sending down cats and dogs.

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 01:54:30 BST
Last edited by the author on 31 Jul 2013, 01:55:35 BST
P. Cobb says:
"Miaow, wooff," exclaimed Rip van Winkle as some droplets of Eddy's potion landed on his head. "Diversionary tactics, or wot, eh?"


Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 02:02:40 BST
Last edited by the author on 31 Jul 2013, 02:17:21 BST
However the emperor soon realised it wasn't the invading tribes but the plague...

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 07:52:27 BST
Handybird says:
so putting on his new clothes he paraded past the gathered hordes who all laughed, clapped their hands and jumped to see such a jolly jape

Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 09:24:43 BST
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Posted on 31 Jul 2013, 09:28:58 BST
Last edited by the author on 31 Jul 2013, 09:44:00 BST
"Will 'e?" shouted a little boy at the front, wondering if the emperor would distribute any largesse. The crowd took up the chant. "Will 'e, will 'e, will 'e..."

The emperor proudly waved his...
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