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message 1: by Paige (last edited Jan 18, 2009 08:38AM) (new)

Paige Miller Okay, so this is kind of like a group story but not really. You can make it as silly as you want. The only rules are,
1. Only one sentence per post
2. Your post must make sense and follow the same plot line as the post before it.
3. You cannot add twice in a row.

I'll start.

message 2: by Paige (new)

Paige Miller The ghost was eating a peanut butter sandwich.

message 3: by Daisy (new)

Daisy When the new tenents came in, Jace was prepared to scare them out of the house when he saw the little girl's face.

message 4: by Paige (new)

Paige Miller ((wait... how does that have anything to do with a ghost eating a peanut butter sandwich? Did you read the rules?))

message 5: by jeeves..., shiniest of all the mods. (new)

jeeves... | 269 comments Mod
((wow, i have never seen a topic die at post #4 before... that's kinda sad...))

message 6: by Paige (new)

Paige Miller (( well, do u want to start over?))

message 7: by Daisy (new)

Daisy ((Jace is the ghost I just gave him a name!))

message 8: by Paige (new)

Paige Miller ((ohh...i get it.))

Jace, as a ghost, was duty bound to scare people away, but there was something about this girl...almost...like she could see him!

message 9: by Veronica (new)

Veronica (v_a_b) Little did Jace know, but the girl could see him.

message 10: by Squiggles{Kelly} (new)

Squiggles{Kelly} (squiggles) | 8 comments However, Nim, the girl, was curious, not scared.

message 11: by Rainy (new)

Rainy ablivious that two eyes were staring at her across the crowded room.

message 12: by Veronica (new)

Veronica (v_a_b) ((rainy, that wasn't a complete sentence and doesn't make sense without an a pronoun/noun and verb to match that noun. Also, the first word is spelled with an o, not an a. Oblivious not ablivious.))

message 13: by Carole, bluest mod (new)

Carole B (caroleaburkett) | 138 comments Mod
Nim wondered what the silly man wearing old-fashioned clothes was doing in the house.

message 14: by The New Maria (new)

The New Maria (emeraldmaria) | 85 comments But the man quickly flew to the top of the ceiling and dropped his feet, his sticky palms the only thing holding him up.

message 15: by Carole, bluest mod (new)

Carole B (caroleaburkett) | 138 comments Mod
What an odd old man!

message 16: by The New Maria (new)

The New Maria (emeraldmaria) | 85 comments The man walked over to where Nim was standing and put his feet on her shoulders. He then began to dance, on top on Nim.

message 17: by Carole, bluest mod (new)

Carole B (caroleaburkett) | 138 comments Mod
Slipping into a neat summersault, she tried to avoid him.

message 18: by The New Maria (new)

The New Maria (emeraldmaria) | 85 comments The man continued to dance, in mid-air.

message 19: by Carole, bluest mod (new)

Carole B (caroleaburkett) | 138 comments Mod
Her eyes widened until they looked about to pop out of her head, and all of a sudden Nim's mother turned around.

message 20: by Joanne (new)

Joanne (ioanasaunt) | 6 comments Nim's mother seized her daughter to wash her shirt that was full of mud from the man's shoes.

message 21: by Anuhea (new)

Anuhea (anuhearamsey) The bubble filled the room completely, and Nim decided it was her chance to escape for a while.

message 22: by Veronica (new)

Veronica (v_a_b) She made a mad dash for the door.

message 23: by Joanne (new)

Joanne (ioanasaunt) | 6 comments She went to the school wherein she saw her one true love.

message 24: by Anuhea (new)

Anuhea (anuhearamsey) She stayed quiet for most of the day, exhausted from watching the man dance.

message 25: by Carole, bluest mod (new)

Carole B (caroleaburkett) | 138 comments Mod
Her mother looked at her, puzzled.

message 26: by [deleted user] (new)

Nim continued to insist to her mother that the dancing man was real.

message 27: by Anuhea (new)

Anuhea (anuhearamsey) Nim's mother simply ignored her daughter.

message 28: by Carter (new)

Carter | 4 comments "Why does my daughter have such an active imagination?" the mother asked herself constantly.

message 29: by Marley (new)

Marley (Marleyme95) | 32 comments The daughter simply asked herself why her mother had shiny purple hair.

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