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A story one sentence at a time!

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I am in a writing mood. There was a thread a little while ago asking for bad grammar and it was pounded with content. So I know there are a bunch of us in here that like to write.

What to do: Let's write a story one sentence at a time. You can go anywhere in the story with the next sentence, and you can make anything you want happen. However, keep it clean, and you can only write one sentence (no fragments or run-on sentences).


Once there was a copper wire named Stan who was a good fellow (99.99% pure), yet lately too much work load was being put through him at his office.
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He was starting to heat up.
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He was starting to heat up.

His current situation was too much.
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So he decided since change is inevitable and resistance is futile that he would do something about it.
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That's when all the trouble started.
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That's when all the trouble started.
Trouble with a capital T and an emphasized uble.
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He started to think to himself like sometimes he does, "I just used the the word uble and I have no idea what that is."
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With this simple thought, Stans naive life ended and a new one began as four thieves, three men and a woman, knowing the black-market value of copper, ripped Stan from his comfortable seclusion in the back kitchen wall.
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Stan was sold to a kind but unlicensed plumber who worked at night.
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Although this plumber looked dumber then the winner of a dumb blonde competition he saved all the money he could in hopes of one day making that all important purchase.
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His heart had always longed for that Bronze Age relic that his father so often told of when he was but a small lad.
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He knew every detail on that relic from the photographs that he drooled over every night before bed like the inscription "AKG".
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Although he was years away from his dream, for he must not ever stop in his journey for that elusive AKG relic.
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Hearing the story of the dream of the elusive relic, Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer sat down to outline a screenplay of this shocking adventure.
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When, all of the sudden, the pizzaboy rang the doorbell.
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