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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2006, 03:04:54 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.
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« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2006, 04:39:22 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

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« Reply #32 on: March 16, 2006, 08:47:03 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this? shouted Rogers, wiping red

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #33 on: March 16, 2006, 08:49:47 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this? shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #34 on: March 16, 2006, 09:12:56 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this? shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.
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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #35 on: March 16, 2006, 09:49:21 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

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« Reply #36 on: March 16, 2006, 10:39:45 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #37 on: March 16, 2006, 11:43:20 AM »
 Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

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« Reply #38 on: March 16, 2006, 01:55:55 PM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!"

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« Reply #39 on: March 16, 2006, 02:34:32 PM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!" said Miss Piggy


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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #40 on: March 16, 2006, 07:40:47 PM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!" said Miss Piggy

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« Reply #41 on: March 16, 2006, 07:46:05 PM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!" said Miss Piggy

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #42 on: March 17, 2006, 12:54:50 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy however, sang in tune.  If Birds can

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #43 on: March 17, 2006, 03:13:50 AM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!" said Miss Piggy

Big Bird brought Animall with her and Kermit's cigarettes

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Re: Second Three word story
« Reply #44 on: March 17, 2006, 12:40:36 PM »
One rainy evening the stars were just visible over Newcastle upon Tyne, when out from the drainpipe leapt Kermit The Frog, looking slightly green and desparate for cigarettes. He made his Tyne debut singing "Over the Rainbow" terribly off key.   Miss Piggy, however, sang in tune. Alleycats gathered excitedly hoping to sing 'Auld Lang Syne' in three-part harmony. Some brought pineapples carefully sliced, then ready to throw at every passerby. And Kermit too, brought kiwis for defending himself from Miss Piggy's tomato toss.  Umbrellas opened majestically   Mr. Rogers came holdng Miss Piggy by the throat.

"What's this?" shouted Rogers, wiping red slime off his grimy, nimble fingers.

"Put me down!"

"Long Waaaayyyy Tipperareeee"

"Wow, What a load of sausages!" said Miss Piggy

Big Bird brought Animal with her and Kermit's cigarettes, considerate enough to
Just a quote I will always remember from Edgar Allen Poe:


"Nevermore!"