How good is collective intelligence in writing an article?. I would like to conduct an experiment. Could we right a meaningful story if every hubber contributes only a line?
You may participate multiple times if you wish.
You may not write more than one sentence in every post.
Every sentence may not be more than 20 words.
so here we go, the first line:
I was born on a Sunday (holy day) in New York to a dysfunctional but happy family of 3 children.
Being the youngest growing up, I was continually teased and ridiculed.
My immense nose was a primary source of misery, and names like Snoot, Nostrils and Carrot Face were the bane of my every day.
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by Novel Treasure 5 years ago
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by Mark Bronze 7 years ago
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