Thursday, September 24, 2009

Starter Sentence Poll #1

Ante Scriptum- voting ends at September 25th, 9 AM.

Okay, when submitting, I ask that you please limit it to your three strongest choices. If you have more than three? Save 'em up.

Let us try not to use songs or other people's stories unless they are pretty much ingrained in our popular culture and language. It would not be cool if we had an outstanding session that had to be pulled, because some overzealous lawyer decided that they have to prove to a music corporation or publisher that they are working.

Doc came up with-

"She-devils come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but this one was different, as she was just the right size and definetly the right shape, curvy."


"Does this taste funny to you?"

As much as I would like this sentence in there...

"The smell of gunpowder filled the air and my ears were still ringing from the blast, but at least this rat bastard would never bother anyone ever again."

I'll save that for the next poll.

Paulie Decibels says-

"Tony was a creature of narrow habit and, come rain or come shine, come hell or high water, no matter what, Tuesday was the day he ate eggs."

Das Übermilf? Sie sagt-

"How could that have grown overnight?"

Patti Abbott says-

"Uncle Ted's pants had deep pockets."

Randal says-

"She knew time was running out, fast, but opening that door was Pandora's Box all over again."


"The problem is, curvy she-devils don't take kindly to suggestions from meta-narcissist, ax-wielding bloggers."

The Baroness closes this set with-

"There was no respite; the vivid, violent dreams that ruthlessly tormented her slumber had now relentlessly stretched the abyss, to envelop her during her day."