((Thread cleaned)) Okay, I deleted the last random story at the request of some of the participants. Let's try this again.
How about we try "Hot, Mediocre, Cold"
It's where we take turns play the different parts. We start with "Mediocre" saying something random dealing with the intricate details such as the temperature of the room and the ingrediants in the cookies (random examples.) Then "Cold" talks about something evil happening and "Hot" trys to fix it so it isn't so bad anymore. It's hilarious.
Wanna try it?
"Hot" says something like "It was a joyful day in Mossflower and Tiny Tim was out for a stroll…" ("Hot" talks about happy, pretty and cute stuff) then "Mediocre" says something; ".... in a 35000 cubic foot marshland containing the following speciemens of flower..." (he gives pointless details) then "Cold" cuts in with something diabolical; "But little did Tiny Tim know, there was a horde of evil clowns hiding in the underbrush!" (OK, wierd example, but he talks about terrible stuff, tries to turn friendly characters into villains and stuff like that). Any of the three can say generally whatever they want as long as they follow their part. I used to do this at boy Scouts, around the Campfire. Sometimes we had to stop simply because we were laughing too hard.