Experimental Thread #4: “Taking a Line for a Walk”

Dogs have fur.

Moist moa bread.

Dogs shave fur.

Dogs have hate fur.

Most dogs hate furniture.

Moist dogs moa hate Maoist furniture mansions. (Moats make their coats moister.)

My soup is too hot.

My soup is too hostile.

My soup is too hot to be soup.

My soupçon is too hot.

Insects bite and sting.

Insects bite and sting other insects.

Insects bite Sting and sting Britney.

Insects, bite-sized, love the Motherland stingily.

The baby cried.

The baby cried wolf.

The baby cried, “Wolf Blitzer!”

The Beanie Baby cried.

6 thoughts on “Experimental Thread #4: “Taking a Line for a Walk”

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