This is the "I am..." game my friends and I used to play in middle school. I found an old notebook with pages upon pages of it, and it looked like it'd be fun to play again. The idea was that one of us would write some random thing that seemed to be amusing, and the next person would write something either equally random, or structured as a response to what the previous person just wrote. It's not a very structured game, but I think it could be really fun anyway. Some lines will be really clever or funny, some will be just odd, some maybe even irritating, but don't worry about that -- it's important to say whatever comes to your mind with minimal (if you have to) editing. Here's a partial transcript of one of the pages in my notebook, to get the idea:
"-I am the pie catapult of ages, that mercilessly barrages clowns with tasty goodness.
-I am the wind, blowing gas onto hopeless strugglers
-I am the infinitely small drop of soda left in the can
-I am, therefore I think I am
-I am celery, hear me roar
-I am the wild tax machine
-I am the corner of an elliptical room
-I am the fifth hole of despair
-I am not.
-Sam, I am.
-I am the sound of a snail discovering Sodium Chloride
-I am Jack's diseased Colon
-I ma gniklat/gnitirw sdrawkcab
-I am a legion of splattered cow soldiers"
I'll start with this:
I am the punishment of the thousand-decibal bleat
Kabann wrote:Aw hell, as far as I'm concerned the world started in late 1967. Everything else is just semantics and busy-work.