Story Building: One Word at a Time

Tonight while waiting to see the Christmas lights, the family and I played a word game. The rules are simple…build a story with each person providing one word in a round robin format until two people finally say “The. End.” Sometimes, the adults needed to remember they were playing with children, which resulted in some skewed stories.

Here are some of the results:

Once when we were drunk we got in trouble for punching your cat.

Tree huggers suck wood. 

One million years ago a penny wasn’t a penny. It knocked over Penny Schwarzenegger then it rolled around in the dark scary lonely closet when I kicked it in the big coppery butt. The end.

Armadillo flies away when he spreads peanut butter on his master’s switch. He likes women who put jelly on his switch box. Can he fly far around the mulberry bush? The end.

About T.A. Babcock

Writer, artist, mom, special project manager, MS Office Goddess, beautiful dreamer, randomly eccentric lady. (Not necessarily in that order...)

Posted on December 19, 2014, in Family, Writings and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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