Write and pass.
Fold and pass.
Write, fold, pass.
When your paper comes back around to you, you’ll see the hilarious mutations of your original sentence. Here are a few examples of what might happen…
I can’t find my socks —> The hobbit was sad because there were no socks to cover his hairy, disgusting feet —> The giant was sad because hairy feet.
The cat sensed the police were closing in —> Because cats are brilliant little geniuses, they call 911 when others need help —> “911, it’s the cat calling to inform you that I killed a dude.”
“You’re a wizard, Harry.” —> You’re a wizard, Harry. —> Hagrid pulled up on his Harley only to discover that Harry had lost his mind, thinking of penguins.
The fish swam all the way to England —> The little whale went fishing and caught a Union Jack flag —> The killer whale chased the kite that was flown by a parakeet.
The turtle was a supreme asshole —> Hey, fuck you, turtle! —> “Fuck off, Donatello!”
There’s a cat in my shoe —> “Cat! You stole my sardine!” —> The man lost control of his pet cat, who just wanted a fish treat.
MySpace is a place for friends —> The MySpace logo found his brothers finally —> Love is better when you have sister wives.
The fact that Dracula never pooped was surprising —> Dracula was filled with inexplicable teenaged angst —> Dracula teen has a chain wallet for some reason?
9. Tip: Don’t make your illustrations so large, otherwise you won’t be able to fold the paper as many times! Otherwise, enjoy!
The butterfly ate her cheese in utter silence —> The butterfly was an excellent pizza server —> And that’s when the boy stole the butterfly’s pizza.