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    Outward Hound Requiescat In Pace
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    Last goes first:

    The object of this game is to write a sentence beginning with the last word of the previous sentence. Example:

    Post # 1: It was a dark and stormy night.

    Post # 2: Night and darkness frequently turned Igor into a beast.

    Post # 3: "Beast! Take your filthy hands off me," she snarled.
    ...and so on.


    Continuity of subject is not necessarily required, but could make replies interesting.

    I'll start with the first line:


    This New Year's Eve she vowed not to get roaring drunk.
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    [I]Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.[/I]
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    Drunk and discouraged, she felt like she had been rode hard and put away wet.

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    Wet clothes, wet hair, obviously she had passed out under the sprinklers.






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    Sprinklers at that horribly decadent party spouted champagne into the open mouths of drunken escorts and their sugar daddies.
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    [I]Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative.[/I]
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    Daddies and mommies came to kindergarten today to watch their kiddies playing.



    "Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens." -- William Beveridge

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    Playing the harp with their toes is a challenge for all musicians.
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    Musicians take chances when they play before hostile crowds.



    "Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens." -- William Beveridge

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    Crowds are only for those desperate for human contact.
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    Cabinets don't ordinarily pose a problem when opened, except when a claustrophobic rat jumps out and bites your face.
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    "Place of entry appears to have been through the back door," said the detective.
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    Detective DuBois considered several suspects, then surprised everyone by naming the least obvious.


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    Obvious as an exploding volcano, the zit on her face protruded unashamed.
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    Unashamed, Roxy turned to the jury and said, "Yes, I killed him, and I'd kill him again, the bastard!"

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    Bastard? You're calling me a bastard?” Eric's face was red and spittle flew out of his mouth as he shouted at the hooded figure waving the Smith & Wesson “You son-of-a-bitch! Go take a flying leap into—”

    Okay, I guess this isn't just one sentence...but it was fun.
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    Madness overtook Hermione as she plunged the dagger into Rolf's chest again and again.



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    "Again!" The music teacher demanded, fingers a-twitch to slam the keyboard cover onto Daphne's unskiled fingers.
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    Opinion plays an important role in human activities, but often it has only a tangential relationship to the truth.



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    "Situation critical," said Captain Kirk, moving his hand toward the switch that, depending on what happened over the next ten seconds, would either destroy the asteroid or send the Enterprise hurtling into the unknown.



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    "Unknown darkness, unknown light," said Josh, engaging himself with he's new toy.

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    Toy soldiers came to life in the night and marched around the children's bedrooms.



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