Three word story is a game in which a story is built by multiple people, who use three words each turn. An example game goes as follows:

- A fat man...
- ... walked into a...
- ... car and it...
- ... was very painful...
- ... but he jumped...
- ... back up and...
- ... dug a really...
- ... small cave that...

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A Diabetes person...

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call "our home"

when we feel

flaccid and frumpy

, where love abounds

,exponentially increasing our

blood flow. Closing...

negative thought algorithms

therefore, replaced with...

hopefully positive patterns

healthy trends emerge

For a better

future for all

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