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Perry smiled. It was going to be a special evening.

Joel fumbled in the gloom. The walls were sticky.

It was a quiet morning down by the stream.

Ida hoped that Ruby was gallant.

Leslie had come to Canada alone. She was here to meet the illustrator.

The kangaroo had escaped. Lucy knew exactly what to do.

Henry was under the bridge. He had a gun in his hand.

Someone had invited a lamb to the grand opening. Tiffany knew what to do.

It was a clear, bright spring evening. Brandine whistled nonchalantly as she led the wizard into the wine cellar.

As soon as the party started, Cassandra wanted chocolate.

Jesse walked into the living room and looked at Kathleen. "You make me sad," he said.

When Gail opened the door Mr. Green looked up from his book.

Edwin could tell that Jim-Bob was weird. He opened the door to the garage.

Gilbert opened the door to the kitchen. He checked his phone.

It was a long way to the ocean. Norma stopped and knew it was too late.

Jenny hoped that everyone was coming to her grand opening.

If the psychiatrist didn't arrive soon, Roberto didn't know what he would do.

Katie was suprised to be alive.

When Heidi arrived at her party, everyone fainted.

Fliodadom arose from slumber.

Janet could tell that Beverly was a journalist. She tried not to feel intimidated.

Yolanda was the best lumberjack around.

It was a clear afternoon. Tim was behind the curtains.

Janice could see that the plumber was at ease.

Wyni shielded his eyes against the sun.

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

Going to the mountain was a terrible idea. Sidney looked at the time.

"It has to work," Emily told herself as she waited in the hospital.

The noises coming from the conservatory made Bill hopeful.

It was a typical night in the mall. Ralph lit a cigarette.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the water.

The social worker opened the door, and led Chester inside.

The sound of snoring made Lorraine laugh.

When Linda arrived at Easter, Eva embraced her.

Dwight opened the door to the library. He was afraid of what he might find.

Marcus was screaming. He cracked open another beer.

Ruth hoped for a miracle.

Nicole knew that Laura was fashionable.

There had never been a cosmonaut quite like Marian Tremblay, and she knew it.

Lisa was disappointed that everyone was coming to her party.

Steven knew that the chimpanzee was sore.

Ricardo opened the door to the kitchen. He took a long sip of his Fanta.

Pearl fumbled in the darkness. The walls were damp.

Tony was at the bus stop. He had an ale in his hand.

As soon as the funeral started, Tom checked his phone.

It was a long way to the woods. Kelly stopped and hoped for a miracle.

For as long as Dwayne could remember, he'd wanted to be a receptionist.

Sherry had been waiting for Toni for six hours. She rubbed her hands together.

Wanda was delighted to be alive.

Lisa could tell that Christy was an astronaut. She tried not to worry.

After spending a night in jail, Justin was relieved to see his mother.

Someone had invited an owl to Thanksgiving. Velma knew the fun was about to begin.

Barbara had come to Paris alone. She was here to meet the cartoonist.

It was a bleak, wintery Monday evening. Jeanne took a bite of her carrot as she led the shipwright into the lobby.

It was a typical night in the lighthouse. Jeremy knew it was too late.

Andy felt that the bank robber was receptive.

Todd had invited a seal to Christmas. He knew what to do.

The noises coming from the wine cellar made Susan hopeful.

Franklin walked into the guest room and looked at Bruce. "You make me want to shout," he said.

It was a bitter, endless night. Gwendolyn was in the temple.

Lord Kincaster was in one of his moods.

Bill had never been to the valley. He crouched and tied his laces.

Going to the peak was a good idea. Miriam chewed some gum.

There had never been an exotic dancer quite like Henry Coleman, and he knew it.

Charlie nodded to the bank robber.

Stacy was relieved that no one was coming to Thanksgiving.

When Dan arrived at Christmas, everyone rushed to see him.

The library was flooded.

Clara opened the door to the outhouse. She took a bite of her bagel.

Herman could see that the kitten was fatalistic.

The sound of the seagulls made Bernice laugh.

Lord Bradfarne was reading in the sauna.

Nora fumbled in the gloom. The walls were ice-cold.

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

Chris opened the door to the bedroom. The silence was overwhelming.

Ana felt that Maria was realistic.

The composer opened the door, and led Leroy inside.

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

It was a cool February evening. Albert enjoyed the feeling of freedom as he led the rabbi into the lounge room.

Priscilla could tell that Rose was a guru. She tried not to laugh.

Fenue leaned into the wind.

On Tuesday, Earl always made finger puppets.

Thomas hoped that the plumber was decadent.

Alma put down the teddy bear nervously.

"You deserve this," Monica told herself as she waited over the hill.

As soon as the party started, Dana twiddled her thumbs.

It was a long way to the river. Marcia stopped and questioned her decision.

Lynn was the best medic bar none.

If the bank robber didn't arrive soon, April didn't know what she would do.

Kristen had invited a duck to Thanksgiving. She knew the fun was about to begin.

For as long as Calvin could remember, he'd wanted to be a shaman.

Bobbi-Jo took a sip of her punch.

Andrea opened the door to the waiting room. She lit a cigarette.

Debra knew that the fly was selfish.

It was a dark and stormy Friday night. Bobbie-Sue was in the attic.

Crarnoabim Singazer raised his fist.

Julia could see that Rita was gullible. She opened the door to the living room.

Sylvia had come to another dimension prepared. She was here to meet the guru.

Norma had been waiting for Heather for three hours. She looked at the time.

The guest room was locked.

It started like any other day in the hospital. Andy checked his watch.

Going to the river was a bad idea. Jane took a bite of her croissant.

Denise could feel her heart beating.

Tracy opened the door to the barn. Her senses were overwhelmed.

There had never been a torturer quite like Francisco Adams, and he knew it.

When Lance arrived at his party, Brett laughed.

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

Brittany was delighted to be floating.

The eagle was on the prowl. Ruby pretended not to notice.

It was a bright and starry night. Mildred took a sip of her iced tea as she led the florist into the library.

Micheal was under the bridge. He had a phone in his hand.

Scott could tell that Jeremy was a lifeguard. He tried not to smile.

Fernando was jumping. He questioned his plan.

On Sunday, Jimmy made it easier.

Edgar enjoyed the feeling of freedom. It was going to be a long morning.

The bright light coming from the cloakroom made Roger hopeful.

Terrence was relieved that everyone was coming to Christmas.

As soon as Easter started, Kimberly raised her hands.

Jeanne fumbled in the darkness. The walls were damp.

The busker opened the door, and led Dorothy inside.

Delores could see that the tiger was vague.

It was a misty summer afternoon. Kevin was in the lighthouse.

Josephine was the best wizard who ever lived.

Suzanne had been expecting Jessica for days. She enjoyed the feeling of freedom.

For as long as Wesley could remember, he'd wanted to be a beggar.

Jane had never been to the peak. She took a bite of her candy-bar.

The basement was deserted.

When Frances arrived at Thanksgiving, everyone rushed to see her.

Ralph could see that Erik was tasteful. He opened the door to the bedroom.

Terry opened the door to the dungeon. She was afraid of what she would find.

The tiger had escaped. Marjorie knew exactly what to do.

"Show no mercy," Mike told himself as he waited over the fence.

Roy could see that Derek was profound.

There had never been a diver quite like Marlene Campbell, and she knew it.

Lord Shipvic was in one of his moods.

Hector walked into the cloakroom and looked at Marcus. "You make me giggle," he said.

Nancy put down the muffin slowly.

Antonio had come to Canada prepared. He was here to meet the astronaut.

Pamela meditated.

Eom Flesh-anvil raised her fist.

Lord Ruben was in one of his moods.

Leslie knew that Clarence was coming to Easter.

Dwayne had invited a cheesemaker to Christmas. He knew what to do.

When the sun rose, Wendy knew it was time to run.

The sound of the drill made Eliza-Jane laugh.

Christopher felt that the archer was upright.

After spending a night on a plane, Melissa was relieved to see her husband.

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Dale was waiting. He raised his hands.

For as long as Jessica could remember, she'd wanted to be a dancer.

Sarah could not feel anything.

On Thursday, Ramon made room.

Jacqueline opened the door to the garage. Her senses were overwhelmed.

Derek lowered his gaze. It was going to be a tough morning.

Tammy was suprised to be free.

Marshall had never been to the beach. He wanted a drink.

If the clockmaker didn't arrive soon, Nathaniel didn't know what he would do.

Juan had been expecting Alvin for three days. He smiled knowingly.

As soon as the grand opening started, John put down his candy-bar.

It was a clear and cloudless Tuesday afternoon. Leona took a bite of her bratwurst as she led the spelunker into the outhouse.

Going to the beach was a bad idea. Samantha nodded to the messenger.

When Misty opened the door Mr. Powell looked up from his book.

Roland opened the door to the lounge room. He checked his phone.

Preseeb leaned into the wind.

Clara was the best security guard who ever lived.

The explorer opened the door, and led Jordan inside.

Veronica could see that Bessie was a coach. She tried not to laugh.

Wruech Sunmage raised his axe.

The office was deserted.

It was a dark and stormy Friday night. Dana was in the hole.

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

Lord Leo was waiting in the kitchen.

Brad could tell that Derek was disconcerting. He opened the door to the outhouse.

Jason could see that the archer was playful.

Lydia walked into the studio and looked at Roberta. "You make me jealous," she said.

Renee felt that the cheetah was agonizing.

The bunny had escaped. Rafael tried to remain calm.

Marie opened the door to the bathroom. The odour was overwhelming.

For as long as Priscilla could remember, she'd wanted to be a miner.

Struearice shielded her eyes against the blast.

Tina had come to Santa's workshop alone. She was here to meet the drug dealer.

On Friday, Bryan made music.

When Yolanda arrived at Christmas, Gwendolyn ignored her.

Barry had been expecting Harry for days. He grinned.

Dorothy had invited an undertaker to her party. She knew what to do.

Wesley wanted a smoke. It was going to be a momentous morning.

Eduardo could feel his life slipping away.

Casey hoped that Raul was mannerless.

Allen was suprised to be free.

Renee could see that Rosemary was a lawyer. She tried not to smile.

There had never been a dietician quite like Billy Freeman, and he knew it.

As soon as the funeral started, Everett enjoyed the feeling of freedom.

When Francis opened the door Mrs. Harris looked up from her work.

If the flight attendant didn't arrive soon, Wade didn't know what he would do.

It was a damp summer afternoon. Jordan took a sip of his beer as he led the executioner into the office.

Sue opened the door to the kitchen. She chewed her lip.

Raymond hoped that everyone was coming to Christmas.

Albert was at the mall. He had a wine in his hand.

Eva walked into the living room and looked at Leo. "You make me lie," she said.

It was a long way to the cave. Johnnie stopped and grimaced.

Love was in the air. Salvador opened the door.

Lady Lydia was in one of her moods.

Sam opened the door to the bedroom. His senses were overwhelmed.

Chris put down the pickle nervously.

Sylvia whistled nonchalantly.

Laura fumbled in the gloom. The walls were rough.

Bartholomew was the best builder around.

When the sun rose, Victor knew it was time to sleep.

Elaffui Joydemon raised his sword.

Shannon could feel her heart beating.

The sound of snoring made Anna want to scream.

Daniel knew that the chicken was authoritarian.

Someone had invited a hippopotamus to the party. Clifford knew it wouldn't end well.

Evelyn was whistling. She scratched her hand.

"It has to work," Bonnie told herself as she waited at the skateboard park.

On Tuesday, Gerald made pizza.

Barbara felt that Geraldine was secure.

Brittany had been waiting for Patricia for three hours. She took a bite of her bread-stick.

Kathy was in the mirror. She had an apple in her hand.

When Nellie arrived at her wedding, Raymond booed her.

It was a quiet afternoon down by the lake.

It was a typical day in the concert. Frank picked up his egg nog.

Alexander had invited a crow to his funeral. He knew it wouldn't end well.

The surgeon opened the door, and led Amy inside.

The lamb was on the loose. Hazel tried to remain calm.

Robin walked into the laundry and glanced at Juanita. "You make me a better person," she said.

There had never been a photographer quite like Neil Hud son, and he knew it.

As soon as the grand opening started, Mattie took a long sip of her rum and coke.

Going to the cave was a bad idea. Cathy chuckled to herself.

Kathleen was the best actor in town.

Kent put down the sandwich slowly.

It was a sad spring morning. Alma was outside the window.

Doris opened the door to the office. She had dreamed of this moment.

Lord Freincester was in one of his moods.

It was a long way to the pond. Carol stopped and lit a cigarette.

A sense of magic was in the air. Tony looked at the time.

Georgia had never been to the river. She whistled nonchalantly.

Lord Ponthope was reading in the cloakroom.

The smell coming from the bathroom made Theresa uneasy.

Freddie had been expecting Andrew for three days. He nodded to the criminal.

It was a crisp afternoon. Tim took a bite of his cracker as he led the sound technician into the attic.

Magor leaned into the wind.

Luis was crying. He wanted to start over.

Richard had come to Moscow alone. He was here to meet the archer.

Heiff shielded his eyes against the light.

Someone had invited a shark to Thanksgiving. Shannon knew what to do.

"No one suspects a thing," Jennifer told herself as she waited in the library.

Suzanne fumbled in the gloom. The walls were slimey.

After spending a night in hospital, Jeffrey was relieved to see his mother.

The porcupine had escaped. Jacqueline pretended not to notice.

It was a typical day in the prison. Angela set aside her can opener.

On Saturday, Darryl made breakfast.

The sound of the vacuum cleaner made Phillip want to scream.

For as long as Colleen could remember, she'd wanted to be a crook.

Basil walked into the outhouse and looked at Kim. "You make me laugh," he said.

Alma took a bite of her burger. It was going to be a long morning.

Yolanda was in the office. She had a flower in her hand.

It was a long way to the pond. Rita stopped and bit her fingernails.

Dustin had never been to the lake. He lowered his gaze.

Mary opened the door to the bathroom. The silence was overwhelming.

When Shannon arrived at Easter, April fainted.

Sherry opened the door to the cell. She took a long sip of her rum and coke.

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

Rebecca hoped that the rabbi was sure.

Ernest could tell that Albert was a director. He tried not to smile.

A sense of magic was in the air. Roy waited.

It was a magical night. Frederick was at the bakery.

Irma could see that Edith was heartbroken.

Gertrude had invited a goose to Easter. She knew it wouldn't end well.

It started like any other day in the barn. Pearl crouched and tied her laces.

Keugu leaned into the wind.

Jaime scratched his hand.

Erika could feel her life slipping away.

Harold put down the apple nervously.

Pauline could see that Sue was reactionary. She opened the door to the guest room.

Lord Langhithe was in one of his moods.

As soon as the grand opening started, Don sucked his teeth.

There had never been a screenwriter quite like Gerald Green, and he knew it.

If the social worker didn't arrive soon, Madison didn't know what she would do.

Holly had never been to the forest. She snapped her fingers.

Kimberly was suprised to be alive.

The music coming from the basement made Stacy hopeful.

Jesse fumbled in the gloom. The walls were damp.

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

The seagull was on the loose. Willie knew exactly what to do.

Elizabeth was crawling. She took a sip of her lemonade.

The sound of polystyrene scraping made Ana want to scream.

Lady Vinhaven was waiting in the bedroom.

When Frederick arrived at his wedding, everyone fainted.

Bobbi-Jo felt that the butcher was persuasive.

Someone had invited a kitten to the party. Dana knew what to do.

For as long as Rhonda could remember, she'd wanted to be a model.

It was a long way to the beach. Kevin stopped and closed his eyes and took a breath.

The philanthropist opened the door, and led Kay inside.

On Wednesday, Eduardo always made lunch.

Nelson opened the door to the pantry. He rubbed his hands together.

Zyloi Bonebile raised her fist.

Yoalto waited for the battle to begin.

Russell put down the apple slowly.

Eock shielded her eyes against the blast.

Alvin took a long sip of his juice. It was going to be a special morning.

Maria was in the bushes. She had a stapler in her hand.

Bonnie could see that Claudia was groovy.

Marsha felt that the shark was inflamed.

Steven could tell that Joe was a drug dealer. He tried not to smile.

Gregory opened the door to the attic. He had dreamed of this moment.

Dora checked her reflection.

Tyrone could not feel anything.

When Mary-Beth arrived at Christmas, Howard booed her.

Irene was glad that Brenda was coming to her grand opening.

Hilda was crying. She twiddled her thumbs.

Terry staggered in the gloom. The walls were sticky.

Marilyn had been waiting for Ruby for six hours. She took a long sip of her juice.

Going to the bay was a terrible idea. Daryl lowered his gaze.

Grace was the best painter bar none.

It was a brilliant morning. Ethel was in the backyard.

There had never been a customs officer quite like Velma Williams, and she knew it.

It was a long way to the forest. Edward stopped and wanted time to stand still.

Jo-Ellen hoped that the sniper was dissonant.

Jerome could tell that Steven was offhand. He opened the door to the attic.

Virginia was delighted to be floating.

Eduardo walked into the basement and glanced at Brett. "You make me nervous," he said.

When Connie opened the door Mr. Adams looked up from his work.

Eugene opened the door to the dungeon. He chewed some gum.

Lucille could feel her life slipping away.

The smoke coming from the outhouse made Lillie hopeful.

"Just try not to cry," Suzanne told herself as she waited down the well.

Jimmy felt that Gordon was irreligious.

Jay had come to Johannesburg alone. He was here to meet the botanist.

Love was in the air. Minnie smiled knowingly.

Courtney had never been to the pond. She took a bite of her candy-bar.

The thief opened the door, and led Derrick inside.

When the moon came up, Carmen knew it was time to sleep.

The conservatory was dark and oddly quiet.

If the entertainer didn't arrive soon, Nina didn't know what she would do.

After spending a night in hell, Bernice was relieved to see her boss.

Someone had invited a chicken to the grand opening. Darrell knew the fun was about to begin.

Jo opened the door to the wardrobe. She had dreamed of this moment.

Michele hoped that no one was coming to her wedding.

As soon as Thanksgiving started, Eugene wiped the sweat from his brow.

The seal was on the prowl. Courtney panicked.

It was a long way to the cave. Brandy stopped and lit a cigarette.

Marvin felt that the monkey was understanding.

It was a typical morning. Edward was at the travel agent.

The sound of the motorbike made Ricardo want to cry.

Tanya ground her teeth.

Eersu Mindharvest raised his axe.

Adam was delighted to be floating.

On Saturday, Irma made music.

When Tyler arrived at Thanksgiving, everyone cried.

Jared felt that Bob was precise.

Troy was the best security guard who ever lived.

Ernest opened the door to the bathroom. He lit a cigarette.

Eva put down the kite carefully.

Harold walked into the conservatory and looked at Harvey. "You make me sweat," he said.

When Philip opened the door Mrs. Jones looked up from her work.

Minnie was running. She struggled to breathe.

Bruce had never been to the valley. He rubbed his hands together.

Daniel opened the door to the bedroom. He had dreamed of this moment.

Elizabeth could tell that Jill was a brewer. She tried not to laugh.

"Just breathe," Michael told himself as he waited in the cathedral.

Erik had come to the fort prepared. He was here to meet the doctor.

When Danielle arrived at her funeral, everyone embraced her.

Stacy hoped that everyone was coming to Easter.

Sarah had invited a scout to her party. She knew it wouldn't end well.

Lord Jack was waiting in the basement.

It was a typical afternoon in the mall. Priscilla knew it was too late.

It was a beautiful March evening. Vera grimaced as she led the farmer into the guest room.

There had never been a welder quite like Maurice Brooks, and he knew it.

It was a bitterly cold afternoon. Rebecca was in the clock-tower.

Xyrayst Starsign raised her axe.

Robert had been expecting Wesley for three hours. He took a sip of his Gatorade.

Cheryl knew that the bonecarver was clean.

The cloakroom was a complete mess.

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

On Sunday, Ricardo made each day count.

Ray could tell that Micheal was artful. He opened the door to the library.

When wolves began to howl, Julia knew it was time to move on.

Johnny opened the door to the laundry. He chewed his lip.

After spending a night in the airport, Edgar was relieved to see his mother.

Daniel took a bite of his kebab. It was going to be a special afternoon.

Kurt knew that the monkey was faithless.

It was a long way to the forest. Jeffrey stopped and went over the plan.

Joanne hoped that Bobbi-Jo was tormented.

Christina opened the door to the attic. The silence was overwhelming.

Orick arose from slumber.

When Seth arrived at his funeral, Curtis fainted.

It was a crisp evening. Tom checked his phone as he led the tax collector into the laundry.

Hilda was delighted to be alone.

As soon as Thanksgiving started, Marshall lit a cigarette.

Aerfiu shielded his eyes against the blast.

There had never been a dentist quite like Penny Garcia, and she knew it.

Agnes fumbled in the gloom. The walls were sticky.

Ella picked up her wrench.

Jimmy walked into the barn and glanced at Jennie. "You make me itchy," he said.

The noises coming from the attic made Carole hopeful.

The sound of snoring made Mary-Lou laugh.

For as long as Roy could remember, he'd wanted to be a marshal.

Going to the waterfall was a good idea. Jason smiled.

Howard was cycling. He shuddered in anticipation.

When Wade opened the door Mr. Brooks looked up from his book.

Kyle could feel his heart beating.

Cassandra could see that Sheila was melancholic. She opened the door to the wardrobe.

It was a typical afternoon in the zoo. Brandine chewed her lip.

Anna knew that the gondolier was curious.

Guy was the best pickpocket around.

Love was in the air. Jacob looked at the time.

The owl had escaped. Theresa pretended not to notice.

It was a long way to the cave. Beatrice stopped and picked up her pen.

When Ella arrived at Easter, everyone welcomed her.

It was a beautiful August night. Kathy was at the gate.

Steven was delighted to be floating.

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

Morris hoped that Daryl was conceited.

The mobster opened the door, and led Mathew inside.

Rick knew that everyone was coming to his funeral.

Russell buttoned up his jacket. It was going to be a special evening.

Lady Kristen was in one of her moods.

Annie could see that the seagull was hard working.

Leroy took a bite of his pickle.

Lee had come to Australia prepared. He was here to meet the messenger.

Going to the lake was a bad idea. Jessie gripped her cup.

Frank had invited a poet to his wedding. He knew the fun was about to begin.

Courtney opened the door to the dining room. She could not believe what she saw.

Mary-Lou was at the door. She had a phone in her hand.

Bruce walked into the office and looked at Laura. "You make me sing," he said.

It was a bleak, wintery December afternoon. Leah took a long sip of her cocktail as she led the court jester into the cloakroom.

Jaime was the best detective in town.

It was a long way to the swamp. Roberta stopped and raised her hands.

The chapel was a complete mess.

There had never been a tailor quite like Julie Car son, and she knew it.

Kyle was looking. He put down his candy-bar.

For as long as Phillip could remember, he'd wanted to be a locksmith.

Sam could tell that Leon was discourteous. He opened the door to the cell.

Katie had never been to the sea. She took a sip of her water.

Douglas knew that the politician was grand.

Mabel fumbled in the gloom. The walls were damp.

Beatrice hoped that no one was coming to her wedding.

Snatsheoren waited for the battle to begin.

Lady Hilda was reading in the basement.

Minnie was suprised to be alone.

Virearb shielded her eyes against the light.

Travis opened the door to the walk-in freezer. He shuddered in anticipation.

Keith put down the sandwich carefully.

"You deserve this," Seth told himself as he waited in the bomb-shelter.

As soon as Easter started, Clifton crouched and tied his laces.

After spending a night on a plane, Carole was relieved to see her boss.

The ant had escaped. Basil tried to remain calm.

Going to the volcano was a foolhardy idea. Troy bit his fingernails.

The lawyer opened the door, and led Norman inside.

The smell coming from the outhouse made Toni uneasy.

Kristina was the best assassin who ever lived.

Daisy could see that the octopus was outspoken.

Smoke was in the air. Doris opened the door.

Marie could see that Joann was an actor. She tried not to smile.

Ramona opened the door to the walk-in freezer. The stench was surprisingly pleasant.

On Wednesday, Judy always made animal sounds.

Clifton was crawling. He straightened his clothes.

It was a typical night in the wine cellar. Jose questioned his plan.

Miguel could feel his life slipping away.

Elou arose from slumber.

Bobbie had never been to the woods. She took a bite of her icecream.

When Gilbert opened the door Mr. Gray son looked up from his work.

Guy was in the closet. He had a toothbrush in his hand.

Alfred could see that Jim was shaky. He opened the door to the sauna.

Angela fumbled in the darkness. The walls were hot to the touch.

It was a typical July evening. Lisa was in the prison.

Jill had been waiting for Valerie for three days. She looked at the time.

"No one suspects a thing," Arlene told herself as she waited behind the tree.

Terri went over the plan. It was going to be a tough evening.

Wu shielded her eyes against the sun.

Jacob was delighted to be alive.

Derrick was glad that everyone was coming to his party.

Going to the desert was a great idea. Jennie chewed some gum.

Mary-Jo put down the bagel nervously.

Mae could not hear anything.

When Ivan arrived at his wedding, Paula welcomed him.

When Kurt arrived at his funeral, Ralph gasped.

After spending a night in jail, Patricia was relieved to see her home.

Joann took a bite of her apple.

Slitu Oathmouth raised his shield.

The sound of the baby crying made Phillip laugh.

As soon as the party started, Barbara shrugged.

The bright light coming from the bathroom made Michele hopeful.

The tiger was on the loose. Travis pretended not to notice.

Laurie felt that the spider was artificial.

Vanessa opened the door to the stable. Her senses were overwhelmed.

When the moon came up, Claude knew it was time to sleep.

There had never been a janitor quite like Jerry Hall, and he knew it.

Lucy was the best bonecarver in town.

The truck driver opened the door, and led Frank inside.

It was a fun night. Freddie was at the bakery.

For as long as Florence could remember, she'd wanted to be a goldsmith.

The corridor was the perfect location.

Regina fumbled in the darkness. The walls were crumbling.

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

Going to the forest was a bad idea. Cassandra closed her eyes and took a breath.

Laurie knew that Ellen was precise.

When Nathaniel arrived at his wedding, everyone stared in disbelief.

Bob had invited an assassin to Christmas. He knew the fun was about to begin.

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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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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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