Build a flowing story with every person only using one word. The next person would then do the same and so on until a complete story is form.
and so on. Lets see where the story will end up.
I'll start with: Oh
Yep. I killed it nicely. But it sums quite a bit up really perfectly.
So the whole story then is Oh crap. That's very succinct, and surprisingly honest.
My apologies to the OP who started off with 'Oh'. I no doubt should have contributed something more like 'love' or 'god' or... 'please.'
That's what I usually say when I come to the local library and cannot find anything new to read. Shelves are just full of it.
lol..i think it would be sort of a comidic story if it continued...and a very intriguing one too..(well, if not for the others, atleast for me..)
wait.. wait.. wait... "with magic in exactly inspiring" doesn't make sense. I'll continue it like this...
"with magic in her inspiring... EYES."
by MissKarolaina 7 years ago
Hello everyone! Have you ever tried the one word story?Well, it's easy.Every person says one word and we are going to create a long story!For example:I say ''One''Another person says ''time''3d person ''lived''It's easy! You can't write two words in one message !So I begin...ONE
by tthudium 8 years ago
I will start the story, and you can only add 3 words each time to the story...One dark night
by kbowlingtiger 8 years ago
Hey everyone, many of you have probably played this before. The directions are pretty basic. I start the story with four words and then someone adds four more... and so forth. It's a lot of fun to see what story gets created :-) There once was a . . .
by Andrew Hill 3 years ago
This game is basically an improv game where you start a story with three words, and the next person continues with the next three words of the story. You can end the sentence if you want, and start a new one, but you MUST only use 3 words. I'll start it with the typical cliché opening.Once upon...
by tthudium 8 years ago
Each time, add 5 new word to the story above... exampleI knew that I lovedthen the next person will postI knew that I loved those cookies on the breadbox.Then,I knew that I loved those cookies on the breadbox. They were chocolate chip withStart from there!
by dohn121 9 years ago
Who wants to join a writing workshop?I just created a hub where you can submit a 55-word story for others to workshop (give feedback). All are welcome!
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