The green polar bear and the purple rhinoceros played scrabble while the multi-coloured cats re-enacted the battle of the Alamo.
It hurtled through the void of space, the gingerbread man riding the rocket powered mongoose.
It started off as a titanic battle but it had gotten to the point were the giant robots were discussing the relative merits of a communist system.
Try as they might, they just could not make the decision to switch from saxophones to anteaters work in a jazz quintet.
The desert had not seen a rainfall of pumpkins like it.
It had to be Don Quixote thought the badger as his fascination with windmills had reached daunting proportions.
The moorhens were standing on the tree branches, simultaneously proud of their achievement and utterly perplexed as to how they did it.
“I had to shoot him officer, he was wearing a codpiece!”
The footprints in the snow fascinated them so much they did not see the giant pterosaur behind them.
The magpies gathered in the tree, celebrating the fact they had unified quantum theory with general relativity.
The axolotl bowed, placed the hat on her head and with a swish of her cape left the stage.
Fun with sentences. Some of these may be developed, some will remain as they are. Hope you enjoy them.
For some reason I think “I had to shoot him officer, he was wearing a codpiece” should be on a tee shirt. They’re all amusing, but for some reason I am sitting here wondering how did they get to that point, and where did this individual get the gun….
Thanks. Like I said some will get developed and some will stay as they are. That one could be developed but I would have to think of a story for it. “In a dystopian future, codpieces are outlawed and upon seeing them, citizens are advised to use extreme predujice”…or something similar.
Also writing these is alot of fun. Unlike a bigger piece, theres no pressure to think were its going or what happens next. Just one image and on to the next.