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Tribe story

On 31 Oct 2020 at 11:43pm IDM wrote:
Is anyone interested in joining me to write a tribe story? I write the first sentence, someone else writes the next one and so on to the end of the thread. A clever sentence might send the story in a completely different direction. If I recruit four or more, I'll do it (on a new thread), transcribing the final version by hand into Word.
On 1 Nov 2020 at 7:07am Nick wrote:
37 sentences only?
On 1 Nov 2020 at 7:27am Hyena wrote:
It will only go in one direction if you ask members of this forum to contribute.
On 1 Nov 2020 at 8:33am Nevillman wrote:
I've just checked my diary for the next few weeks, months and probably years and not much in it IDM so count me in.
On 1 Nov 2020 at 10:21pm Mark wrote:
I'm in. Or have you lost interest now?
On 2 Nov 2020 at 10:53pm Tom Pain wrote:
A small black and white cat insinuated it's way thought the wet streets of Lewes, reaching the station it crept past the ticket collector and leapt nimbly on the London train.......
On 3 Nov 2020 at 3:34pm IDM wrote:
But there was a language problem as the ticket inspector could not understand the reason for the cat's not wearing a mask.
On 5 Nov 2020 at 1:23pm Tom Pain wrote:
....Miss Tibbles darted under the seat as the train lurched across points, she had recognised, beneath the mask and false beard curling beyond it's edges- The Catstabber, the dread Anti-fe himself!....
On 18 Nov 2020 at 4:21pm IDM wrote:
But a sprightly Miss Tibbles jumped off at Cooksbridge as The Catstabber was squashed in the sliding doors.

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