Monday, 10 March 2008

I Got Tagged, Too! The Telephone Game!

You all probably know how this works; a group gets in a circle, and the first person whispers a word or phrase to the next person, who whispers it to the next, and so on and on... Usually, by the time it gets back to the first person, it's totally different.

Well, this is the internet meme version.

Kathleen tagged me to play, so here's my entry in the telephone game...

“Jocelyn and Will went up Knob Hill to find some privacy. Jocelyn fell down and knocked her crown and begged Will to kiss the owie. Will was happy to oblige Jocelyn’s innocent desire without further bruising, but his kisses weren’t enough. If he hadn’t already lost his bet to Jocelyn, he would have that night.”

And I'm whispering to Jennifer, Tara, and Lia (I hope I haven't repeated anyone?).

Tag! Yer it!

Here are the rules for this meme:

1. Change something in the paragraph you received; a minimum of 1 word, a maximum of 20 words.
2. Link to the post at http://aliceaudrey.wordpress.com/2008/03/03/alice-calling/ and leave a comment so we can keep track of what happens to the paragraph. I will link back to you.
3. Link to the person who tagged you, preferably to where ever they posted their version of the paragraph.
4. Tag three people you think might enjoy this game. Let them know they’ve been tagged. Link to them.
5. Include these rules in your post.

4 comments:

Tara S Nichols said...

You can have the Raspberry and the Vanilla Twist Smirnoff. Oh yeah, you can have them. I tagged Celia Kyle, Moira McTark and Jennifer Leeland.
Cheers!

lapa said...

Coimbra, April 23, 1975.
"A few days ago, during the homily of Sunday Mass in a parish church in rural surroundings, the priest spoke to his parishioners about the forthcoming elections for the Constituent Assembly. Launched hand of the parabola to be better understood and told them:

-- "My dear brothers in Christ: suppose that one of you is owner of a dairy cow; if socialism wins, the brother takes the cow, but will have to give the milk to the party, if the communism wins, we will stand without the milk and without. cow. .." "

Ms Menozzi said...

¿Que?

That was a pretty rough translation, there...

Why send it to me?

Kathleen Oxley said...

I'm late making the rounds, but so glad you participated! Can't wait to see what happens to the story as it continues getting passed around!