17 05, 2015

Weekly Question

By | 2017-02-25T12:07:27+00:00 May 17th, 2015|Games|0 Comments

Write a 25-word short story that incorporates all of the following words (answers will be posted on website blog):


Casi Cline:

The cream-filled scorched dough epiphanies were the only delight of the pastry chefs doomed to a lifetime of panicked flailing in the Raven’s infernal kitchen.

Steven Cline:

The scorched earth policy of ravens created a bubbling of dough and a flailing of cream-covered pudding,which became disturbed by the thought of ovulating.

Andrew Mendez:

Scorched by dough boys as they come out of foxholes spreading cream over the raven’s soft spot while flailing the clock into minutes.

26 04, 2015

Weekly Question

By | 2016-11-30T02:58:17+00:00 April 26th, 2015|Games|0 Comments

Make your own surrealist superstitions or proverbs.

Casi Cline:

To ensure a female child will be marriageable, the father must smear her forehead with the milk of the largest bull in the county during every new moon until the first menstrus cycle is successfully completed.

Steven Cline:

Counting backwards from 17 can be dangerous, often leading to reality breakdown and cottage cheese growths.

Angel Dionne:

Consume extra Sahara Desert for crispy dreams.

18 04, 2015

Weekly Question

By | 2016-11-30T02:58:30+00:00 April 18th, 2015|Games|0 Comments

Weekly Question

1) What does surrealism taste like?
2) What is its texture?

David Nadeau –

1) Surrealism tastes like aromatical herbs unknown to mankind since the Paleolithic.
2) Its texture is made of furs and claws.

Steven Cline –

1) Strawberries covered in melted white cheese.

2) A sharp metal mesh

Casi Cline –

1) Surrealism tastes like strawberries dipped in brine.

2) Its texture is that of blood two hours absent from the vein.

Barney Schauer –

1) Surrealism has no taste, it is void of all flavor, spice, and has zero trans fat and preservatives. Also it tastes like watermelon.

2) Its texture is placebo.

Ashley DeFlaminis –

1) Surrealism tastes like the juicy crust of the earth.

2) The texture of surrealism has the same feel in your mouth as when a jellyfish scratches the side of your foot.

Angel Dionne –

1) Surrealism tastes of stone peacocks.

2) Its texture is that of thick rice pudding.

Ian Pyper –

1) It tastes like the tongues of dead black swans

2) It has the texture of astral dust that has melted too close to the sun.