Sep 13, 2007

Tie A Tail to the Tale



The Sioux had many games, one of which was to "Tie a Tale" where you start a story, usually with a bit of bravado and it goes on with each person adding to the story, "Tieing the Tale" to the story.Add one or two sentences, in the comments. Wanna play? Here goes...


The crime fighting team of Bridgette and Lucinda got the call from the Kitty Cat Club...

8 comments:

AZCG said...

it was Joe, and he was angry it seems that someone snuck in the backdoor of the Kitty Cat Club while he was stocking the bar, he eyeballed the situation and after taking a quick inventory of the area he noticed that his trunk filled with women’s clothing was missing…

DirtyBitchSociety said...

"Dammit Lucinda, those were vintage rags from the Orient." Lucinda assured him, they'd look into it and told Bridgette, they'd better hurry...

Anonymous said...

Fire up the Bitchmobile, we got a clear cut case of a tranny with bad taste...

AZCG said...

Who, what, when, and where? Bridgette and Lucinda were mulling over their game plan and they decided they should cruise the “Fruit Loop” and see if anyone tried to pawn the vintage oriental garb to an unsuspecting shop owner. Their first stop was Pablo’s Precious Pretties, a new and gently used clothing shop. Lucinda opened the front door and there stood Pablo eating a taco in a red silk brocade Chinese dress…

AZCG said...

Lucinda walks up and screams: "Where'd you get it Pablo?" Pablo [looking confused] "Taco Bell!" "Not the taco, the Cheongsam" screamed Bridgette...

~Babzbitchin~ said...

"Yea Pablo, we know you don't have good taste, my god, look at you, you're eating something from Taco Bell,"said Bridgette. "Besides, that's just a bad knock off you're wearing. Bridgette's right, you do have bad taste," Lucinda howled. She handed her gold business card, to the portly Pablo and said,...

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