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Homonyms

Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Salty, Sep 18, 2014.

  1. Salty

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    This game is simple.

    We will tell a continuing story, BUT, each poster, must use at least 3 sets of homonyms and you can not repeat a homonyms that has been used in the last five posts ( unless you have more than 3 sets already in that post) and be sure to italicize each set of words.

    Okay, lets get going....

    Jogli's wife came down to port to see her husband off to sea. She read to him out of her red diary. It said "I too shall miss our dinners for two.
     
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    While she read to him, Jogli thought back to his conversation with her father, when he brazenly said, "Sir, one day I'll walk your daughter down the aisle." She read for four hours, at which time Jogli slapped himself in the forehead and exclaimed he had missed his boat. In his anger at missing his boat, he grabbed his ax to commit acts of violence against small trees to provide firewood. If nothing else, Jogli looked after his family.
     
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    A pair of pear trees had to be cut down. The root of the trees had caused bumps on route 32, around mile marker four, causing trouble for months, causing my right front brake to break, and I heard a herd of cows laughing.
     
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    As he began to use the axe on the pair of pear trees, he noticed some ewes milling about a copse of yews. Oh dear, he thought, as he spotted a deer bounding through the meadow toward some pine tree, if that doe gets too close to that fir tree she could lose some fur on it.
     
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    Deer collect at the bottom of Chimney Chute and they're easier to shoot. Their feet get stuck in the mud and coming home with one is an easy feat. Your experience when you're hunting might differ, but since the days of yore that's what I have done.
     
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