THE STORY UP TO THIS POINT: Once upon a time in Tupac's grave sat five little Minions. The Chipotle next door imploded, leaving a sauce stain and Tupac's grave leveled. However, Tupac's evergreen body reanimated gloriously and rapped @dadbolt's mixtape featuring Chumbawumba. Kanye interrupted @dylan, who knew that he could melt Steel Train after dawn. Bleachers were filled with fun and Minions and jackboxes that could be used as condiments and Tupac preferred rhyming orange with Julius Caesar peppers. Flea was emancipated despite Kiedis' rampant attempts to keep bedazzling foes of Nicholas Cage. Meanwhile, at Buffalo Wild Wings, Jacob vigorously chopped chicken tenders with A1-branded lightsabers. Anyway, back at Coachella, Bleachers featured Moonpies: Tupac's favorite pole dancer. Tupac rose from his early slumber. Towelie remembered Funkytown as a haven for Flea. Flea, whose cocksock fell on Kanye's Yeezys, ran... towards Funkytown! Jacob sharpened his machete with Danny Trejo's hands, bleeding profusely on Tupac's jackbox. "Somebody once told me Shrek bodyslammed Danny DeVito into Tupac's obliterated remains", said Jacob. "Shrek drove over Eric Andre's accountant, leaving nothing but net losses for Kobe, Japan". Upon inspecting gadgets, Kiedis The Idea: Write a children's story one word at a time The rules: We start with "Once upon a time..." the next user quotes the post and contributes one word/name no person can contribute more than one word to a sentence. the first person to successfully quote the last word earns their rightful place as the next word any posts not quoting the last piece aren't to be considered. if a person thinks their word makes the most sense as a place to end a sentence, just put a period after it I think we will put it at a max of 50 sentences so as to fit in as the length of a picture book Stray thoughts: let's keep it clean, not because actual children will read it but because it fosters creativity it can be weird as hell though don't let your desire to be funny ruin the cohesion. example: let's not make this go like "Once upon a time, poop." If this works, I would love to have people volunteer to illustrate, be it with talent or MSPaint. I envision each sentence as being it's own page.