Welcome back to Stinker Wednesday! That’s where I post actual results from a game where you answer questions using random piles of letter tiles and you, dear readers, read them.
What else you do while reading them is your business, you cheeky monkeys.
Oh and today’s prompt is: The real reason for World War II.
Secret toot slop.
Toasted sour oranges.
Now hang on, those aren’t just random words. We absolutely wouldn’t accept those answers if they were. The game wouldn’t have much point otherwise.
But that’s where player debate comes in. As long as you have a good reason for your answer, you can explain to the other players.
For instance, who knew that the already pressured situation in Europe was pushed beyond clench-point by the refusal to admit who dealt a silent shart? Fingers were pointed and none were pulled.
It was probably the diplomat from Denmark. There’s always something rotten there.
Of course, that’s not really what happened. The real cause was a faux pas by the chef for serving toasted sour oranges.
Everyone knows those should be eaten fresh off the rhined.
And yes, World War II was a horrible thing, a depth of human misery that should never have been plumbed. But these are silly jokes and a light hearted post. Laugh if you feel like it, for joy is a good shield against the echoes of old hate.
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So, dear readers, how do you toast oranges? Why are raisins?
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