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It was a misty morning. Kelly was in the attic.

It was a long way to the volcano. Mildred stopped and smiled knowingly.

After spending a night on a train, Mary-Beth was relieved to see her father.

Glenda fumbled in the darkness. The walls were slimey.

The smell coming from the classroom made Georgia hopeful.

Kristin walked into the kitchen and glanced at Douglas. "You make me angry," she said.

The living room was spotless.

Ray had been waiting for Javier for five days. He scratched his hand.

When Ella arrived at Easter, Floyd laughed at her.

Renee put down the ukulele carefully.

Coxau Sunreach raised his axe.

The elephant was on the prowl. Eric knew exactly what to do.

Pauline was the best executioner who ever lived.

April knew that the cat was gracious.

"Today is the day," Lorraine told herself as she waited under the bridge.

It was a busy winter afternoon. Billie took a bite of her banana as she led the bonecarver into the living room.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the stream.

Alberto hoped that everyone was coming to his grand opening.

There had never been a yodeler quite like Linda Williams, and she knew it.

Kyle had never been to the lake. He looked at the time.

A sense of mystery was in the air. Agnes opened the door.

Kristin had come to the fairy grotto prepared. She was here to meet the matador.

As soon as the party started, Kristen tried to hide.

Going to the cave was a foolhardy idea. Dave set aside his flower.

Mattie opened the door to the bathroom. She enjoyed the feeling of freedom.

Nicole was delighted to be free.

Virginia could see that the imam was offhand.

Raul opened the door to the office. He was afraid of what he would find.

Someone had invited a bunny to the grand opening. Lori knew the fun was about to begin.

Te arose from slumber.

Julie felt that Pamela was hurried.

Javier was staying. He chewed his lip.

Lady Tanya was eating in the bedroom.

It was a long way to the river. Arthur stopped and scratched his hand.

Edwin could feel his life slipping away.

The sound of the clocking ticking made Gordon want to scream.

It was a typical afternoon in the travel agent. Elmer sucked his teeth.

When rain began, Steven knew it was time to move on.

The snake was on the prowl. Paul knew exactly what to do.

Roland put down the teddy bear nervously.

"This is crazy," Brittany told herself as she waited in the office.

There had never been a burglar quite like Joe Thomas, and he knew it.

Roger was relieved that Phillip was coming to Thanksgiving.

It was a cool Monday afternoon. Leona was at school.

It was a calm, yet eerie Thursday night. Dean scratched his hand as he led the bank robber into the wardrobe.

On Sunday, Veronica always made a contribution.

Jesse was in the park. He had a pen in his hand.

After spending a night on a train, Lucy was relieved to see her wife.

When Erin arrived at her grand opening, everyone laughed.

A sense of magic was in the air. Kathy smiled knowingly.

Max staggered in the darkness. The walls were hot to the touch.

Vickie felt that the goat was irresponsible.

Going to the cave was a good idea. Susan chuckled to herself.

As soon as Christmas started, Myrtle enjoyed the feeling of power.

Howard could tell that Carl was a pirate. He tried not to worry.

Nathan had invited a tiger to Easter. He knew it wouldn't end well.

Someone had invited a wolf to the wedding. Sally knew it wouldn't end well.

The dungeon was flooded.

Reginald felt that Isaac was maternal.

When Daisy arrived at her funeral, Neil booed her.

The carpenter opened the door, and led Paula inside.

Wilma walked into the attic and glanced at Tony. "You make me angry," she said.

Zachary opened the door to the barn. He had dreamed of this moment.

Jeremy checked his watch.

Jeffery had never been to the beach. He enjoyed the feeling of freedom.

Karen put down the guitar slowly.

When rain stopped, Christopher knew it was time to find shelter.

For as long as Mathew could remember, he'd wanted to be a paleontologist.

Delores was the best chef around.

"Dare to dream," Danny told himself as he waited on the window sill.

Cassandra could tell that Julia was positive. She opened the door to the wardrobe.

A sense of mystery was in the air. Tiffany smiled knowingly.

Dwayne hoped that the soldier was powerless.

Herman was at the pub. He had a chai in his hand.

Taoc leaned into the wind.

After spending a night under a bridge, Mitchell was relieved to see his husband.

On Saturday, Julio made connections.

It was a afternoon full of promise. Claire was in the prison.

Ross had invited a hunter to his funeral. He knew it wouldn't end well.

If the deputy didn't arrive soon, Randy didn't know what he would do.

There had never been a courier quite like Don Gonzál ez, and he knew it.

When Leslie arrived at Easter, Ruth laughed.

Douglas was swimming. He ground his teeth.

The sound of polystyrene scraping made Bill laugh.

Jeffery could see that the kitten was delicate.

Teresa could tell that Mabel was a yak herder. She tried not to feel intimidated.

As soon as the wedding started, Maria took a long sip of her soda.

Warren had been expecting David for six days. He enjoyed the feeling of freedom.

The snake was on the prowl. Caroline knew exactly what to do.

Roberta hoped that Jeanette was coming to Christmas.

For as long as Laura-May could remember, she'd wanted to be a plumber.

When Virginia opened the door Mr. Carter looked up from his book.

Eddie was delighted to be alone.

The cell was a complete mess.

It was a long way to the creek. Betty stopped and put down her flute.

Yolanda opened the door to the garage. The odour was overwhelming.

Someone had invited a seagull to Easter. Angel knew the fun was about to begin.

Ronald took a long sip of his hot chocolate. It was going to be a fantastic evening.

Joe walked into the living room and glanced at Jessie. "You make me yawn," he said.

Micheal opened the door to the barn. He struggled to breathe.

It was a wild, stormy night. Natalie was in the lighthouse.

The bright light coming from the studio made Ramona uneasy.

Deborah was at the football stadium. She had a corkscrew in her hand.

"Just breathe," Carmen told herself as she waited under the mountain.

When the sun rose, Diana knew it was time to move on.

Going to the beach was a nice idea. Pauline nodded to the animal trainer.

Salvador crouched and tied his laces.

If the navigator didn't arrive soon, Maureen didn't know what she would do.

When Fred arrived at his grand opening, everyone welcomed him.

Breruaris waited for the battle to begin.

Dianne was the best coach bar none.

A sense of magic was in the air. Dolores smiled knowingly.

The explorer opened the door, and led Cory inside.

Glenda had never been to the cave. She knew it was too late.

Frances could see that Marlene was thorough. She opened the door to the chapel.

When Florence arrived at Thanksgiving, everyone fainted.

Edgar fumbled in the darkness. The walls were sticky.

There had never been a guru quite like Nathan Washington, and he knew it.

For as long as Wilma could remember, she'd wanted to be a shepherd.

As soon as the funeral started, Leonard grimaced.

Louis opened the door to the bathroom. He could not believe what he saw.

Ross could feel his heart beating.

The sound of the parrot squawking made April want to cry.

Someone had invited a whale to the party. Jerry knew it wouldn't end well.

Willie had invited a clown to Christmas. She knew the fun was about to begin.

The yak had escaped. Kelly knew exactly what to do.

Donna was delighted to be free.

It was a quiet morning down by the river.

Andre was angry that Arthur was coming to Easter.

Feuch Soulcarver raised her axe.

When wolves began to howl, Delores knew it was time to find shelter.

The attic was deserted.

Cassandra had been expecting Bobbi-Jo for three hours. She chewed her lip.

Jeanette hoped that the lamb was ruined.

Thertiamer leaned into the wind.

When Neil opened the door Mr. Harris looked up from his work.

The bright light coming from the armory made Ruth hopeful.

After spending a night on the street, Tammy was relieved to see her wife.

The monk opened the door, and led Louise inside.

Mae was in the museum. She had a candy-bar in her hand.

As soon as the grand opening started, Chad went over the plan.

It was a typical night in Johannesburg. Gina took a long sip of her banana milkshake.

It was a lazy July morning. Gail was on the bus.

For as long as Tamara could remember, she'd wanted to be a pilot.

If the carver didn't arrive soon, Katherine didn't know what she would do.

Johnnie smiled.

Sara could see that Eileen was puritanical. She opened the door to the control room.

Lady Kingthwaite was in one of her moods.

A sense of mystery was in the air. Greg waited.

James fumbled in the darkness. The walls were sticky.

Cory was angry that no one was coming to his wedding.

When Salvador arrived at Thanksgiving, everyone laughed at him.

Willie was the best entertainer who ever lived.

Someone had invited a chicken to the party. Kathleen knew the fun was about to begin.

Stacey opened the door to the basement. She wanted to start over.

Irene could tell that Ashley was a linguist. She tried not to laugh.

Claur shielded her eyes against the sun.

Going to the lake was a foolhardy idea. Albert took a bite of his croissant.

Allan could see that the silversmith was forthright.

Beirseedon leaned into the wind.

Jerry knew that Jack was expedient.

It was a long way to the desert. Terrance stopped and straightened his clothes.

Guy felt that the beetle was outspoken.

When Agnes arrived at Easter, everyone cried.

Marjorie had come to Hong Kong alone. She was here to meet the rat catcher.

Sally put down the bike nervously.

Jacqueline took a bite of her banana. It was going to be a special afternoon.

Gilbert was running. He bit his fingernails.

It was a bitter, endless Tuesday night. Kathy enjoyed the feeling of freedom as she led the dentist into the office.

It was a lazy afternoon. Nora was at the football stadium.

Amanda walked into the laundry and looked at Sylvia. "You make me jump," she said.

As soon as Christmas started, Pauline whistled nonchalantly.

Lady Ashhaven was in one of her moods.

For as long as Adrian could remember, he'd wanted to be a barber.

A sense of magic was in the air. Eleanor opened the door.

Lady Hazel was in one of her moods.

When Diana opened the door Mrs. Clark looked up from her book.

Nathan had never been to the planet. He smiled knowingly.

Moraird shielded her eyes against the blast.

The music coming from the bathroom made Pearl hopeful.

Lonnie was at the butcher. He had a corkscrew in his hand.

Gary was worried that everyone was coming to his grand opening.

The sound of the motorbike made Cheryl want to scream.

Auruos arose from slumber.

Darryl hoped that the air traffic controller was impractical.

The monkey was on the loose. Todd tried to remain calm.

When rain began, Samuel knew it was time to run.

Dennis was the best lawyer who ever lived.

Lynn could see that Yolanda was a captain. She tried not to laugh.

Sam opened the door to the dining room. The smell was unmistakable.

It was a quiet night. Gloria was in the museum.

Someone had invited an elephant to Easter. Sherry knew the fun was about to begin.

Jeffery opened the door to the lobby. He took a bite of his hot dog.

Jane wanted time to stand still.

If the air traffic controller didn't arrive soon, Judy didn't know what she would do.

When Everett arrived at his wedding, Tim stared in disbelief.

There had never been a pilot quite like Eva Lewis, and she knew it.

Gwendolyn had come to Heaven prepared. She was here to meet the barber.

After spending a night on a train, Terrance was relieved to see his father.

Ron could tell that Oscar was stupefied. He opened the door to the bedroom.

It was a morning full of promise. Toni cracked open another beer as she led the peddlar into the attic.

The dictator opened the door, and led Kent inside.

Dorothy hoped that the panda was benevolent.

Bryan had invited a marine to his party. He knew it wouldn't end well.

Going to the stream was a great idea. Sergio checked his phone.

Kim was delighted to be floating.

Faewi shielded his eyes against the sun.

The classroom was locked.

Larry could tell that Bobby was an ambassador. He tried not to feel intimidated.

Antonio opened the door to the waiting room. The stench was unmistakable.

Rose knew that Erica was aimless.

On Thursday, Kent made out.

Emily staggered in the darkness. The walls were slimey.

Vincent knew that the fortune-teller was unhealthy.

Jim put down the kite slowly.

Shane took a sip of his daiquiri. It was going to be a long evening.

Albert was glad that no one was coming to Christmas.

As soon as Thanksgiving started, Kathleen whistled nonchalantly.

The chimpanzee had escaped. Constance knew exactly what to do.

It was a long way to the bay. Bruce stopped and nodded to the deputy.

When Valerie arrived at her funeral, everyone fainted.

Edna had been expecting Olga for three hours. She closed her eyes and took a drag on her cigarette.

June opened the door to the barn. She buttoned up her jacket.

When rain began, Velma knew it was time to move on.

Faroim Goldborn raised his sword.

Jon walked into the sauna and looked at Susan. "You make me cry," he said.

Someone had invited a spider to Christmas. Dawn knew it wouldn't end well.

It was a bitter, endless autumn night. Nellie was on the roof.

Delores could feel her life slipping away.

Keith lit a cigarette.

Sheila opened the door to the barn. She had dreamed of this moment.

Anthony had never been to the river. He whistled nonchalantly.

It was a gloomy summer afternoon. Francis sucked his teeth as he led the poet into the bedroom.

Going to the desert was a great idea. Mitchell smiled knowingly.

Clyde was in the deli. He had a flute in his hand.

After spending a night on a train, Dan was relieved to see his boss.

When Darryl opened the door Mr. Thomas looked up from his book.

The bright light coming from the attic made Sam uneasy.

"It's almost over," Alfred told himself as he waited over the hill.

It started like any other afternoon in the food court. Pamela took a long sip of her Pepsi.

The beaver was on the prowl. Karl pretended not to notice.

Gladys had come to Switzerland prepared. She was here to meet the monk.

It was a long way to the island. Elaine stopped and closed her eyes and took a drag on her cigarette.

Carmen was moving. She scratched her hand.

Lord Caermarch was reading in the lounge room.

The engineer opened the door, and led Christina inside.

The sound of the squeak toy made Lois angry.

Arnold smiled knowingly. It was going to be a fantastic night.

Someone had invited a pony to Thanksgiving. Jo knew what to do.

Cheryl put down the chair slowly.

Bertha was the best hunter around.

Lillian had been expecting Beverly for three days. She took a bite of her banana.

When rain stopped, Tim knew it was time to sleep.

It was a hot spring afternoon. Ben was on the shelf.

Clayton fumbled in the gloom. The walls were crumbling.

Robert had invited an octopus to Easter. He knew the fun was about to begin.

Zarulim waited for the battle to begin.

Sergio walked into the outhouse and glanced at Vickie. "You make me exercise," he said.

When Timothy opened the door Mrs. Green looked up from her book.

Jimmie hoped that Everett was romantic.

The smoke coming from the conservatory made June hopeful.

Fernando was relieved that everyone was coming to his wedding.

There had never been a flight attendant quite like Herbert Ma son, and he knew it.

Going to the waterfall was a great idea. Rita checked her reflection.

Adam knew that the florist was decadent.

Noe Bloodkeeper raised his fist.

Vicki was in the cathedral. She had a wrench in her hand.

When Evelyn arrived at Easter, everyone stared in disbelief.

Jose was delighted to be free.

Lord Ashworthy was reading in the library.

Melinda opened the door to the bathroom. The odour was unbearable.

For as long as Vickie could remember, she'd wanted to be a singer.

As soon as the party started, Gail took a bite of her bratwurst.

When Curtis arrived at Christmas, everyone laughed at him.

On Sunday, Lena always made time.

Cynthia opened the door to the conservatory. She wiped the sweat from her brow.

The outhouse was dark and oddly quiet.

Someone had invited a crocodile to the grand opening. Alberto knew what to do.

It was a cool fall afternoon. Vicki was behind the bikeshed.

The sound of dogs barking made Andrew hesitant.

Lord Thornkeld was in one of his moods.

Marcia took a bite of her fishcake. It was going to be a fantastic evening.

The goldfish was on the loose. Vincent knew exactly what to do.

Raymond could tell that Seth was annoyed. He opened the door to the garage.

John had never been to the island. He closed his eyes and took a breath.

Rick could feel his life slipping away.

Ramona took a sip of her cocktail.

Iamoonys shielded her eyes against the light.

Antonio put down the skateboard carefully.

Felicia had come to Switzerland prepared. She was here to meet the tailor.

Glynaeh Goldwyrm raised his fist.

There had never been an assassin quite like Lori Freeman, and she knew it.

"No one will ever know," Margaret told herself as she waited in the library.

When Dean arrived at Easter, Ron laughed.

If the monk didn't arrive soon, Lois didn't know what she would do.

Tara knew that the farmer was hedonistic.

Toreo waited for the battle to begin.

Lord Bryan was in one of his moods.

Edwin staggered in the gloom. The walls were slimey.

Amanda was delighted to be free.

The garage was ready.

When Jerry opened the door Mrs. Washington looked up from her work.

When Edward arrived at his party, everyone rushed to see him.

Kurt hoped that the alligator was impractical.

It was a quiet morning down by the lake.

Craig opened the door to the lounge room. His senses were overwhelmed.

The sound of the violin made Tonya laugh.

As soon as the grand opening started, Carla took a bite of her bread-stick.

It was a cool spring evening. Leroy straightened his clothes as he led the researcher into the attic.

Clarence was in the closet. He had a hammer in his hand.

The moose was on the loose. Maria pretended not to notice.

It was a calm, yet eerie autumn night. Stanley was under the bridge.

April went over the plan. It was going to be a special afternoon.

Harold had been expecting Jeffrey for days. He closed his eyes and took a breath.

Jenny was the best ambassador around.

Smoke was in the air. Gwendolyn looked at the time.

Lady Shannon was eating in the outhouse.

Francisco could feel his life slipping away.

Erika was suprised to be free.

Justin had invited a mayor to Easter. He knew it wouldn't end well.

When rain stopped, Eva knew it was time to run.

Mary-Jo put down the bike carefully.

"No one suspects a thing," Regina told herself as she waited at the casino.

There had never been a spy quite like Renee Cooper, and she knew it.

When Maxine arrived at her funeral, Marie stared in disbelief.

Someone had invited an owl to the grand opening. Nellie knew it wouldn't end well.

Patsy wanted one last chance.

It was a long way to the creek. Lucille stopped and gripped her milkshake.

The bright light coming from the outhouse made Amy uneasy.

Constance fumbled in the gloom. The walls were crumbling.

After spending a night on a plane, Daryl was relieved to see his boss.

Megan opened the door to the cell. She had dreamed of this moment.

The sound of the sledgehammer made Ethel want to cry.

Going to the swamp was a foolhardy idea. Julian knew it was too late.

Jack felt that the court jester was upset.

Rafael was at the skateboard park. He had a plate in his hand.

Danny could see that the chicken was comfortable.

Jamie had never been to the desert. He looked at the time.

Kruev leaned into the wind.

Lena was the best bartender bar none.

Frances had been waiting for Phyllis for two hours. She took a bite of her spring-roll.

For as long as Gertrude could remember, she'd wanted to be a guard.

As soon as Thanksgiving started, Roy checked his reflection.

Lady Suzanne was in one of her moods.

Megan opened the door to the attic. She checked her phone.

Gwendolyn put down her plate. It was going to be a long morning.

Jesse could see that Craig was invisible. He opened the door to the guest room.

The bathroom was full of smoke.

On Wednesday, Ernest always made up a story.

Mag Willhunter raised her sword.

The donkey had escaped. Lewis pretended not to notice.

Jose had invited a lamb to his grand opening. He knew the fun was about to begin.

When wolves began to howl, Sharon knew it was time to run.

Rhonda knew that Mabel was forgetful.

Alma had come to the moon prepared. She was here to meet the psychiatrist.

Someone had invited a goat to the wedding. Bertha knew the fun was about to begin.

There had never been a farmer quite like Alvin Brown, and he knew it.

Casey was angry that Ken was coming to his party.

Zaenys waited for the battle to begin.

"Today is the day," Denise told herself as she waited in the cafe.

When Elizabeth arrived at Christmas, everyone booed her.

Going to the hill was a good idea. Bonnie raised her hands.

Amber could tell that Veronica was a tattooist. She tried not to smile.

Arnold staggered in the darkness. The walls were slimey.

If the innkeeper didn't arrive soon, Frank didn't know what he would do.

It was a night full of promise. Max was at the aquarium.

The shaman opened the door, and led Jason inside.

Lester put down the teddy bear slowly.

It was a long way to the woods. Shawn stopped and took a sip of his punch.

Gene was sitting. He looked at the time.

When Guy opened the door Mrs. Young looked up from her work.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the river.

After spending a night in handcuffs, Agnes was relieved to see her father.

Edwin had never been to the lake. He straightened his hair.

Heather walked into the barn and looked at Alfredo. "You make me feel bad," she said.

Nathaniel had been waiting for Jerome for six days. He wiped the sweat from his brow.

For as long as Yolanda could remember, she'd wanted to be an interrogator.

Toni was suprised to be floating.

When Sylvia arrived at her party, Debra fainted.

Patricia knew that the squirrel was discontented.

Morris opened the door to the library. He was afraid of what he would find.

Sue could tell that Lois was disorderly. She opened the door to the attic.

The noises coming from the cell made Mae hopeful.

Elaine giggled to herself.

Kimberly was at the zoo. She had a knife in her hand.

On Sunday, Debbie made certain.

Ruby opened the door to the office. She took a long sip of her soda.

When rain stopped, Matthew knew it was time to move on.

The archaeologist opened the door, and led Terry inside.

There had never been a criminal quite like Charlene Campbell, and she knew it.

Karen put down the apple slowly.

A sense of magic was in the air. Donald opened the door.

As soon as the funeral started, Reginald crouched and tied his laces.

Jennie felt that Carrie was trusting.

It was a long way to the ocean. Dave stopped and took a bite of his burger.

If the deputy didn't arrive soon, Marsha didn't know what she would do.

Peuren Deathface raised her axe.

The sound of dogs barking made Katherine want to scream.

Going to the woods was a great idea. Sylvia knew it was too late.

Sharon had invited a shaman to her funeral. She knew the fun was about to begin.

Someone had invited a kitten to the party. Jason knew the fun was about to begin.

It was a damp Saturday morning. Ryan took a bite of his candy-bar as he led the senator into the outhouse.

The fox was on the loose. Nathan tried to remain calm.

After spending a night in hospital, Zachary was relieved to see his wife.

When Edith arrived at Easter, everyone welcomed her.

It was a evening full of promise. Anne was at the bus stop.

"Today is the day," Kathryn told herself as she waited at the gate.

Mathew felt that the cheesemaker was concerned.

Ruben opened the door to the basement. He was afraid of what he might find.

Wallace felt that the seal was amoral.

Lady Gwendolyn was in one of her moods.

For as long as Rosa could remember, she'd wanted to be a rat catcher.

Brad had never been to the peak. He rubbed his hands together.

Rose could see that Bessie was a printer. She tried not to feel intimidated.

Lord Dale was sitting in the dining room.

Cloi shielded her eyes against the sun.

Terri opened the door to the barn. She set aside her pencil.

The illustrator opened the door, and led Megan inside.

It was a long way to the creek. Arlene stopped and bit her fingernails.

The laundry was ready.

When wolves began to howl, Jessie knew it was time to run.

It was a typical evening in the zoo. Frederick rubbed his hands together.

On Friday, June always made the world better.

A sense of mystery was in the air. Chris smiled knowingly.

Rose was at school. She had a hammer in her hand.

Sonia knew that Louise was plodding.

The sound of the drill made Andre want to cry.

Edward had come to the fort prepared. He was here to meet the mortician.

Stacey could tell that Frances was sore. She opened the door to the living room.

Harvey was delighted to be free.

Manuel put down the chair carefully.

It was a clear and cloudless Friday night. Chester questioned his decision as he led the clockmaker into the bathroom.

Todd was cycling. He snapped his fingers.

It was a hot May evening. Calvin was in the bath.

Margie had been waiting for Edna for six hours. She took a bite of her slice of pizza.

As soon as the wedding started, Willie took a sip of her Dr. Pepper.

Victor shrugged.

Vicki set aside her key. It was going to be a momentous day.

Samuel felt that the pony was mealymouthed.

Geraldine opened the door to the bedroom. Her senses were overwhelmed.

Lillie knew that the guru was pretentious.

Stau shielded his eyes against the light.

The fly had escaped. Ann pretended not to notice.

If the monk didn't arrive soon, Patricia didn't know what she would do.

Glenn walked into the office and looked at Julian. "You make me sad," he said.

For as long as Jo-Ellen could remember, she'd wanted to be an artist.

When Chester arrived at Easter, Daniel laughed at him.

Tom opened the door to the library. He took a sip of his Dr. Pepper.

Cindy had never been to the river. She closed her eyes and took a breath.

Going to the cave was a great idea. Ruben took a bite of his cracker.

It was a quiet morning down by the water.

Alfredo had invited a cat to Christmas. He knew what to do.

Caildau waited for the battle to begin.

On Tuesday, Rene always made finger puppets.

When Lydia arrived at her grand opening, everyone cried.

Patrick had come to Brazil alone. He was here to meet the optometrist.

There had never been a gravedigger quite like Brad Brooks, and he knew it.

Paula could see that the dingo was fascinated.

Tina scratched her hand. It was going to be a long night.

Ross could see that Kent was a chimney-sweep. He tried not to feel intimidated.

The control room was locked.

Someone had invited a bunny to Easter. Jamie knew the fun was about to begin.

It was a long and sleepless night. Gertrude was in the observatory.

Erin knew that no one was coming to Christmas.

Emma was suprised to be free.

Jo put down the bratwurst carefully.

Timothy was the best construction worker around.

Arthur opened the door to the basement. He was afraid of what he would find.

Tammy felt that the taxi-driver was responsible.

"Whatever happens, don't panic," Tonya told herself as she waited in the library.

The bank robber opened the door, and led Jack inside.

Sharon opened the door to the dining room. She took a sip of her Coke.

Brandy could feel her heart beating.

If the rat catcher didn't arrive soon, Catherine didn't know what she would do.

Alberto was in the temple. He had a toothbrush in his hand.

It was a brilliant spring afternoon. Linda picked up her magnifying glass as she led the hairdresser into the walk-in freezer.

It was a typical afternoon in Cairo. Christine smiled knowingly.

Rita walked into the outhouse and looked at Regina. "You make me cry," she said.

The rat was on the prowl. Joann tried to remain calm.

As soon as the funeral started, Jorge chewed some gum.

When rain stopped, Melinda knew it was time to find shelter.

Lord Ralph was in one of his moods.

Curtis had never been to the woods. He wiped the sweat from his brow.

Rene was paying. He tried to hide.

There had never been a dressmaker quite like Oscar Thomp son, and he knew it.

Going to the creek was a good idea. Shirley twiddled her thumbs.

When Christina opened the door Mrs. Davis looked up from her book.

Marilyn could see that Alma was a sage. She tried not to worry.

Julia hoped that the florist was hurt.

For as long as Colleen could remember, she'd wanted to be a chief of police.

Alvin took a bite of his sandwich.

The smell coming from the attic made Marian uneasy.

On Wednesday, Darrell always made changes.

Lady Ethel was reading in the laundry.

When Jo-Ellen arrived at her wedding, Naomi gasped.

Jessica knew that everyone was coming to Christmas.

After spending a night in jail, Sean was relieved to see his father.

Etsh waited for the battle to begin.

Tororp Stoneveil raised her axe.

It was a crisp winter evening. Terrance was under the bridge.

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Emotions

Emotions and other states of being.

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Epic Names

Epic names for heroes and villains. Some are a little odd :)

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Images

Curated random image feed.

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Locations

A variety of locations

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Mood

Different 'moods' to inspire a scene.

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Occupations

Jobs and the like.

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Occupation+trait

Jobs with a trait. E.g. "A Happy Farmer".

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Opening Lines

Opening line of a story. For games such as "Typewriter".

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Personal Prompt

A prompt to serve as a starting point for a character monologue.

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Place Names (invented)

Randomly created place names.

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Proverbs

Proverbs, sayings, and expressions.

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Relationships

A relationship between two characters. A common scene starter.

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Similes

Comparison of two things, with an ellipsis. Complete the simile by explaining how the two things are alike.

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Sins and Virtues

The 7 deadly sins and 7 heavenly virtues.

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Titles

Simple, sometimes weird, story titles.

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Words

Random words.

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