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#55079 - 02/03/02 03:36 PM Come one, come all!
Capital Kiwi Offline
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Hey all, come on, contribute to JazzO's new story thread. The last one was a real hoot until people started trying to be Bard-stards and posting in iambic pentameters or pentamic iammeters or voltaic multimeters or rhombic colonoscopies or whatever.

Make it scurrilous, make it funny, but MAKE that post.

I'd suggest relaxing most of the rules, and bringing them down to:

1. Always leave a tag for the next person.
2. Keep the amateur poesy for a poetry thread!




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#55080 - 02/03/02 05:38 PM Re: Come one, come all!
Keiva Offline
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I'd suggest relaxing most of the rules

Seems like ya didn't just suggest unlaxin'; ya went aheed 'n dun didit.

Now as fer me, I'da kinda liked jazzo's rules. Didn't they work out purty gude th' last time 'round?
1. Story segments should be no more than 200 words
2. No real-life comments, only Story related posts.



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