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Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 12:11 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Amy butchers cats daily, explained Fred. Gets her idiot Jewish kids live meat. Now, other people quail regarding such.

That twabble uses the alphabet, in order, as the first letter of each word. Think you can do better, be-yotches?

Rules:
  1. Must be twabble length.
  2. Must have correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
  3. Should be coherent and should attempt to tell a "story".
  4. Must be an acrostic of something suitable.
  5. Special bonus points if it's in alphabetical order, not necessarily starting at 'A'.
    So, ABCD... and XYZA... are good. BADC, etc., is not.
Winner gets ?? and also gets to use the twisted smiley ( :twisted: ) with impunity.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:37 am
by strawman
Anthony brutally cuffed Dorothy's ear for gripping him incorrectly, just killing little multitudes, not on purpose.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:46 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Excellent 1st phrase. Then it gets cryptic.

Unless... Gripping his *what*? Something that releases little multitudes?! :shock: :oops: :?

But how can any of that not be on purpose? Rather, it would be damn (literally, per many religious texts) the consequences.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:47 am
by strawman
Peterson once nastily made leering kindergarten jack-o-lanterns in his gardens, for every day children backed away.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 4:07 am
by strawman
Double entendres filled Gertrude's hot imagination. Just knowing Lenny's manly, nevertheless oily, passion quest.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 4:32 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Rosa "Queasy" Perez only needs more little kids, just in her gullet. For evening dessert, consider bringing antacids.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:01 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Ever feel giddy, having inadequate justification?
Kindly listen; my notions on purely quality reasons should tally.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:10 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Dear Reader,
Always begin by listening, each 'cast, and saying, "The really ultimate listening experience, surely."


(Drabblecast Rules)

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:46 am
by ROU Killing Time
A bit constraining. Demanding every frakn, ghost haunted, icky, juicy, koan limits my noble observances perfection.


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I don't think this is going to replace iambic pentameter or the sonnet form. They all have "A Quick Brown Fox" feel to mee when I read them.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:54 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
ROU Killing Time wrote:I don't think this is going to replace iambic pentameter or the sonnet form. They all have "A Quick Brown Fox" feel to mee when I read them.
Bah, it's a poor carpenter who blames the screwy blueprints. :wink:

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:31 am
by ROU Killing Time
Algernon Sydney is Dead wrote:
ROU Killing Time wrote:I don't think this is going to replace iambic pentameter or the sonnet form. They all have "A Quick Brown Fox" feel to mee when I read them.
Bah, it's a poor carpenter who blames the screwy blueprints. :wink:
I'm just sayin the chalk lines still show through the paint. Mixing metaphors horribly here, but sure, there may be an acrostic Shakespeare out there that will build a Taj Mahal out of this form, but you've got the channeller of Miss Grimsley fudging on grammer, for goodness sake.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:11 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
ROU Killing Time wrote:there may be an acrostic Shakespeare out there that will build a Taj Mahal out of this form...
The Atlantic jester made Agra's heritage a letdown.
At the least, a negative tribute in class. 'Cause it's too yokelly.


(Taj Mahal, Atlantic City). Note that the original compound is in Agra, India.
For those unfamiliar with Trump, he has a thing for "class".


PS: The acrostic for "Atlantic City" seems apropos. Chamber of commerce, call me! 8)

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:13 pm
by strawman
ASID, you may never get Shakespeare from this, but it you can import some Chinese egg timers and a truckload of Bananagram letter tiles, and somehow incorporate your TwitFic Sizing Tool, you will be able to present it to Milton Bradley for a pretty decent game.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:04 pm
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
Hmm. Can I incorporate elements from Operation? The player would get tazed if he went over length -- good times!

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:08 pm
by strawman
Algernon Sydney is Dead wrote:Hmm. Can I incorporate elements from Operation? The player would get tazed if he went over length -- good times!
Sure! And for extra joy, you could decalibrate your sizing tool.
Call it *Twisted* :twisted:

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:57 am
by swamp
Zoe yodeled Xanadu while Vic unsuccessfully tried singing random quotes. Pointing out notes missed, Liz kept joking.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:02 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
'Taint bad, but you lose points for giving me Olivia Newton John flashbacks. :)

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:48 am
by strawman
No one remains. My ship hasn't ever read my affirming nods. Damn robot answers back: "Beep". Lone eye can always see too.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:59 am
by strawman
"Veritably", Einstein lamented after. Surely quarks utilize energy zanily. Relativity's useless; let's eat sushi.

Re: Acrostic Twabble Challenge

Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:14 am
by Algernon Sydney is Dead
strawman wrote:"Veritably", Einstein lamented after. Surely quarks utilize energy zanily. Relativity's useless; let's eat sushi.
"Velasquez rules"? How is that apropos? 'Splain please.