Friday, February 20, 2009
A cool lady has a new game out in which you create first lines of a book that truly...forgive the expression...suck. I had way too much fun coming up with this literary junk and might actually add to this list some time soon, before the 28th. Thanks, Jenners, for the game.
As he walked into the bar, the crowd silence was so deafening that you could hear a mouse fart.
---- Revenge of the Drifter by Gaseous Clay
The bell tolled nine as the parents of Aaron watched him struggle, grunt, and finally be rewarded with the satisfying 'plop' from the very depths of the commode.
----Tales of Potty Training by Yuri Smelly
Jonesy, as he was called back in Wisconsin, felt all alone in the big city of Tulsa with only his piccolo to keep him company.
----Oklahoma Jonesy by Winny Jones
Crushed under the stress of her low end job at the local Sack N Save, Carol looked for new and exciting ways to make some dough.
----1-900-Superstar by Jackson Rivers
A chill in the air reminded Bob of the time he left his refrigerator open and it made his cheese go bad.
----All About Bob by Bob
The chips clattered to the table as they were thrown haphazardly by the gambler known as the Duke of Champaigne announced his presence with a the clatter or chips.
---Clattering of Chips by Henry Lays
As Jennifer Johnson prattled on about comparing green grapes to purple grapes at the local Piggly Wiggly, Sharon Reynolds wished silently that a giant meteor would hit this sorry, crumpled down excuse for a store and put them all out of their misery.
----The Story About the Giant Meteor Hitting Piggly Wiggly by I.M. Meede
It was obvioulsy a weird tryst, that Roland Gentry couldn't make any sense of even as the nights following his encounter would flood his mind with memories of the past.
----The Rooster's Song by June Culver
He knew that he had arrived into that special world of hers when she asked him to pick her up from her gynecology appointment.
-----Piercing the Rainbow by John Rogers
As the grinding sound and the sharp pain of the tatoo needle in his back flooded David Jack Jo Bob Jones with a slight feeling of dismay, he heard his girlfriend exclaim, "Isn't penis spelled with one 's'?"
----Rainbow Piercings by Roger Johns
The light through the blinds awoke Raymond Martin to the simple truth that the sun did come up and his life would continue even though he knew deep in side that he was soon to be the final remaining heir to the thrown of some country in Eastern Europe that he'd never heard of, that he couldn't find on a map, that he would someday control.
----The King Runs On by Peeves Richarson
Thanks, again, Jenners.
Posted by Lane at 11:47 PM