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Flash! (Mad Libbing)

By Tater Barley Banks | Comment Diversions | February 27, 2010 |

By Tater Barley Banks | Comment Diversions | February 27, 2010 |

Finish the following story. Feel free to pick up where I leave off or where any other commenter leaves off, or, hell, anywhere else in the narrative. It’s not like anyone will confuse my crap with Hemingway, now, is it? Take it in any direction you want. One rule: Make it funny, dammit.


By Internet World News (sometime in the future)

Killed by advancing technology and massive public indifference, the last ___(a)___ rolled ___(b)___ today to — what else? — massive public indifference.

“Really? The last one? I didn’t know that, and I don’t care,” billionaire Internet publishing mogul Axl Rowles said while waiting for his flight from Portland Interplanetary to the annual National Cannabis Auction and Sale in Jackson, Miss., and playing zBox on his mePhone. “My dad used to talk about those things all the time. All. The. Time. We finally had to have him put down … Hey, Suri!” he shouted to his wife sitting nearby as he peered at the screen. “Dammit, your dad’s calling from the set again …”.

To be continued by YOU.

a. TV
board game
2-D movie
gasoline-powered vehicle

b. assembly line
printing press
into theaters
out of the lab

TATER BARLEY BANKS is not to be trusted. He probably makes up everything he writes about himself, especially the stuff about living in West Virginia. Don’t be fooled. In truth, he lives in Pajibaland, where he speaks gibberish as , (TCFKAB), spends his time sitting on a park bench, eyeing little girls with bad intent, and is developing a 25-letter alphabet, now that his key doesn’t work. He has no blog, no Facebook page and no MySpace page, so don’t try to find him. If you’re so inclined, you can email Tater.

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