Cool writing app – Bonsai story generator

I came across this while reading about the Critters web group. Basically you enter a couple longish (1000 words or so) stories or pieces into the text field, hit “go” and weirdness results.

Here are a few gems that I got:

  • A gentle easy-listening tune came back into a migraine.
  • Carl thought, as he picked her up and watched the grey sky.
  • The oiled pieces Lionel Ritchie sang “EEUNGH!” Safe.
  • The girl had to do that sort of coffee with an angel with a strong cold bitter mess by the house held the gun club one out the golden grain But who shall tinge the radio in the shower.
  • There, on the work bench.
  • He was distracted from hitting a sip of winter.
  • The woman still smoked.
  • When he woke still in the pantry for sugar, and then was reminded of a crow, and walked barefoot into the thought of info-mercials, astrology commercials and the woman, and then to the couch.
  • She nodded to the trees.
  • He then started to melt, and smutty late-night programming roll over the house.
  • He’d propped the yew and thrusted.
  • Carl squeezed the couch.
  • He wondered what hope could he?
  • Carl slowly began to put her hand against the fridge potato and drove them again, the gun up a little.
  • He had horrible nightmares all he wanted to be with him, what he saw.
  • Everything, everywhere, had to do some cleaning up, all his clothes tangled in the bright orange pieces.
  • Lionel Ritchie was no moon, so cold, and lay there, shivering.
  • He yawned and half-wrenched the seat, the couch, and flip him about Jack Frost, who in a stool, and thrusted.
  • Carl was usually the girl leapt from the garage for thee It reminded him up and smutty late-night programming roll over to him, playing at something He knelt and reached out to leave but he didn’t know what.
  • She nodded, satisfied, and rushed to the toilet.
  • Girlish singing in the small radio It was so hot.
  • On impulse he had taken Mariah out get dressed, and her ice cube, like an ice that covered with green lichen and saw it wasn’t unusual for him to mention the snow woman.
  • Carl realised what Edgar could feel, well-muscled.
  • But his feeble protests were serious.
  • “That’s nice,” he said grandly, feeling a beautiful Sunday Mornings.
  • Sex.
  • Something scrabbled high sweet voice as she iced the soft cloth.
  • He was distracted from the snow.
  • The girl climbed beneath the ash-tray seemed surprised but it was no blood, no time.
  • He took his pant legs and feet and pulled off his head.

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