This is a storytelling game. The way it works is this: The first person comes up with a premise and the first step which is "Fortunately". So I'll start:
“Once there were there was a pair of twins of who could never block out each others thoughts"
Now I'll add a turn-for-the-worse plot twist. “Unfortunately, one day, one of them got the theme song from "Jeopardy" stuck in her head.”
The next person adds a sentence to the story that begins with“Fortunately." The person after that adds a sentence starting with "Unfortunately," and it continues with people writing sentences with alternate starting with "Fortunately" and "Unfortunately".
So who's next?
Fortunately, this happened while they were in a formal wear store in the mall so they each grabbed a top hat and cane and began tap dancing as a crowd gathered.
Unfortunately, one twin heard her brother's thoughts and realized he wanted to stop the performance. He thought they were terrible, and he couldn't stop thinking about the Jeopardy theme song and wanted to go home and watch television instead.
The other twin was angry. She knew her brother had a tendency to be lazy and would always prefer to sit in front of the television. She thought they were fantastic together, The crowd was actually cheering!
They took dance classes for years and performed in many local shows--their mother's solution to keep her brother away from the television. They even won a dance contest!
She didn't want to stop the dance. They were in a Hollywood mall and there might be an agent in the crowd. She wanted to continue, but she also knew that her brother could read her thoughts, and no matter what she did to continue the dance, he knew what she planned in advance. He would bring the dance to a close, even if he had to walk out of the store and leave her.
Fortunately both brothers loved each other they never gave a chance to fight with each other.Unfortunately one twin was expert in mind reading he heard his brothers thought to listen to "Jeopardy" song. He had no interest in listening to Jeopardy as he was sketching out some plan to surprise his mom for her birthday.
Both went home and was searching for some recipe.At last they found one beautiful strawberry cake recipe.They went to grocery stores and purchased the ingredients to prepare the cake. The next morning they left a note saying
"I would never be able to get through my day without knowing that there is someone out there
in the world that loves me as much as you do.
On your birthday, I want you to know that
I love you so much Mom".
Mom was happy to read the note and was waiting to give a lots of hugs and kisses to twin brothers.
by jaydawg808 6 years ago
What's your favorite television game show?I like Family Feud and sometimes Wheel of Fortune.
by Ryan Fuller 8 years ago
What is your all time favorite game show to watch on television?Mine is Family Fued and Cash Cab.
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