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Bryce
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25 + 35 points

Exquisite Corpse (Analog) by Bryce, ƟE←¤

December 21st, 2010 11:00 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Make plans to meet another player or players, preferably one(s) you haven't met before, in a public place (park, bar, cafe, restaurant, government building, museum, etc.). While together, play Exquisite Corpse, either the poetic or illustrative version. Show your results to those around you or other passersby. Record both your resulting Corpses and the reactions of those who bear witness to the results.

Well, inside the most politically fucked and delicious establishment "Philz Coffee" I took pen to ripped out sheets of notebook paper with Madeline at a table in the back of the place. We then proceeded to play a quick game of chess, permeated with bad sex jokes and a comment about if Madeline had two kings, they would both be queens, and hence she would get two queens...
However, two small girls appeared interested in our match, and eyed both the pieces and the vast collection of corpses around us. They refrained from speech but their faces conveyed most confused sentiments. A game? Multipart drawings? WHAT? WHAT? WHAT? This sentiment of confusion at the chaos on the board and on the paper perplexed them and permitted us snickering.
A good Sunday.


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jelus
posted by artmouse on December 22nd, 2010 9:34 PM

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posted by Kate Saturday on December 24th, 2010 1:16 PM

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