The Chain Writing Game v7.0 Ep:16

Another Chain Writing Game is underway. Kerrie Salsac and the gang are back at it, each writing 100 words of the story in turns. The story begins here:

This week, Hugh was thrown in jail. He’s trying to escape, and he’s got an ace up his sleeve. Will he make it? Will he clear his name and find the murderer of his wife? It’s up to the players to decide as we go along. Join us, and help write the story!

Episode 16

“My nose! That mutherf**ker shot my nose!” screamed Jeffrey as the patrol car drifted behind a bit. Blood gushed where the tip of Jeffrey’s nose used to be.

Evan handed him a rag. “You gonna live, compadre?”

“Long enough to kill ‘im slow,” growled Jeffrey, applying pressure to the wound.

The radio blared with the voice of Police Superintendent Franklinberg. “You idiots! I should’ve fired you rednecks when I had the chance. You are ordered to back off. Do it now.”

Evan faked bad radio reception on the mic. “Confirm ord…shots fired…engaging suspects.”

Evan cocked his shotgun, and Jeffrey stomped the gas pedal.

About EagleAye

I like looking at the serious subjects in the news and seeking the lighter side of the issue. I love satire and spoofs. I see the ridiculous side of things all the time, and my goal is to share that light-hearted view.
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11 Responses to The Chain Writing Game v7.0 Ep:16

  1. Evan and Jeffery are bad boys. I hope Hugh is a good shooter and Sarah has more weapons somewhere in the car.


    • EagleAye says:

      Yep. And bad boys like them need to get spanked, hard. Bad things for them are just beginning. I hope my fellow CWG players are ready to make life go really bad for them. 😉


  2. Al says:

    My turn 😀


  3. Lyn says:

    Ha! The old “something’s wrong with the radio” trick. Let’s hope Hugh or Sarah have a bigger gun and the next shot is aimed a lot lower (insert evil laugh here).


  4. draliman says:

    That’s the way to do it. Shoot them to bits a piece at a time 🙂


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