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TsukiRyoko
07-14-2006, 06:29 PM
I start with "A", the next person starts with "B" and so on, so forth! Try to make it relevant to the sentence. If you cannot relate it to the previous sentence, make sure your sentence if something the next person can build off of. Let's see how well this works...


"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in.

FreeStyle
07-14-2006, 09:21 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it.

Unique
07-14-2006, 09:38 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continues to perpetuate itself.

MidnightMuse
07-14-2006, 09:57 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on.

TsukiRyoko
07-15-2006, 11:27 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop!

Tre
07-15-2006, 12:17 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us?

Unique
07-15-2006, 05:23 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long.

TsukiRyoko
07-15-2006, 06:09 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

PattiTheWicked
07-15-2006, 06:35 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea.

TsukiRyoko
07-15-2006, 08:21 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along.

Unique
07-15-2006, 08:29 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'.

Soccer Mom
07-16-2006, 12:10 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers.
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TsukiRyoko
07-16-2006, 04:38 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.

NightWynde
07-17-2006, 11:03 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however.

poetinahat
07-17-2006, 11:56 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard.

P.H.Delarran
07-17-2006, 12:07 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

TsukiRyoko
07-17-2006, 09:42 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens.

P.H.Delarran
07-19-2006, 11:35 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed.

poetinahat
07-19-2006, 12:10 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous.

Gehanna
07-19-2006, 05:54 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

TsukiRyoko
07-19-2006, 11:12 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger.

TsukiRyoko
07-21-2006, 11:29 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

alleycat
07-21-2006, 12:18 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words.

TsukiRyoko
07-21-2006, 12:32 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully.

persiphone_hellecat
07-22-2006, 12:11 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that?

MizzVyxen
07-29-2006, 12:13 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that? Zits and all - I remember it well!

persiphone_hellecat
07-29-2006, 02:56 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that? Zits and all - I remember it well!
Also, remember back to the days when teenagers had places to go on Saturday nights - like drive-in theatre.

MizzVyxen
07-30-2006, 10:08 PM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that? Zits and all - I remember it well!
Also, remember back to the days when teenagers had places to go on Saturday nights - like drive-in theatre. Back seats were SO uncomfortable!

threedogpeople
07-30-2006, 10:36 PM
We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that? Zits and all - I remember it well! Also, remember back to the days when teenagers had places to go on Saturday nights - like drive-in theatre. Back seats were SO uncomfortable! Cushions in the right places can mitigate the discomfort.

persiphone_hellecat
07-31-2006, 12:04 AM
"Apathetic" is one of those words that the majority of teenagers like to submerse themselves in. But they often grow out of it. Consequently, the human race continued to perpetuate itself. Doom lingers on the horizon, if this trend is allowed to go on. Even the gods are asking for this to stop! For if it doesn't, what shall become of us? God only knows that humanity can only linger so long. How long will it take for horribly true generalization to stop?!

I have no idea. Just play along. Kidding aside,though, even preteens and children have succumbed to the 'apathy bug'. Like generations before them, they are vunerable to the moods and ideals of their peers. Most feel pressured to play the part of the "apathetic teen", but, in all reality, they are far from it.Nothing seems to deter them from the delusion however. Old habits die hard. Peer pressure is strong.

Questioning oneself is a second nature to these soul-seeking teens. Realistic goals have not yet been formed. Sooner or later, they'll find that being oblivious to everything, even in black, gets a little monotonous. Truth of self is what teens require though tainted it becomes by peer pressure, media and the disintegrating influence of appropriate parental guidance.

Universally, the support and caring hands of parents that are there just for these teens are being diminished and replaced by ignorance, snubbing, and anger. Vital care and attention is exactly some some teens need (not all of them, of course; most parents and caring, loving, and progressive with their children.)

We owe it to teens to lead by example, and not just by words. Xylographed in the tree that was lost in time somewhere, it is written that teens are the future, and must therefore make their decisions very carefully. You were a teenager once, too, remember that? Zits and all - I remember it well!
Also, remember back to the days when teenagers had places to go on Saturday nights - like drive-in theatre. Back seats were SO uncomfortable! Cushions in the right places can mitigate the discomfort. Did anyone actually watch the movies back then?