So, Anna bought a new car yesterday.
The next commenter in line will pick it up with a "but" and end with a "so." For example,
So, Anna bought a new car yesterday, but...
But the battery died before she got home with it, so...
The next commenter to come along will take the "so" and run with it to continue the story, ending in a "but" for the next person to pick up; for example,
So, Anna bought a new car yesterday, but
The battery died before she got home with it, so
She pulled over and waited for a Good Samaritan to come along. But...
The man who stopped was wearing a scary mask, so...
See how it goes? Good! Let's get started.
Here's our opening line:
So, Leo put on a new suit and went to the restaurant to meet his blind date, but...
TWISTED LINGUISTICS sent a posse out after these Words Gone Wild today.
Alot - The opposite of alack, perhaps, or possibly something altogether else.
degrating - Punishing someone by shoving them through the grate.
To the contray - Choosing from various platters of convention food.
intesity - Degree of intestinal fortitude.
precident - Leader of the precinct.
posstings - Very intense forum messages.
management personell - Nell, the Human Resources lady.
|What Your Pizza Reveals|
Your appetite is pretty average. You don't go overboard - but you don't deprive yourself either.
You consider pizza to be bread... very good bread. You fit in best in the Midwest part of the US.
You like food that's traditional and well crafted. You aren't impressed with "gourmet" foods.
You are generous, outgoing, and considerate with your choices.
You are cultured and intellectual. You should consider traveling to Vienna.
The stereotype that best fits you is geek. You're the type most likely to order pizza to avoid leaving your computer.