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@chriscocreated
And so it begins: A flash, hiss, and then thin wisps of smoke rising towards the ceiling - I removed the glass lid to find the final result of my many experiments: the perfect kiwi. What's the next sentence in our story? Write an option in the thread. The one with most likes will be added tomorrow. πŸ™πŸ“’ r/c
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ChrisCoCreated β†‘πŸŽ©
@chriscocreated
Thanks so much for jumping into this! @passafiume.eth @macbudkowski @fufuprophet.eth @les @alexcameron.eth @dylsteck.eth @starl3xx.eth @bias @chado what's the next sentence that expands our world? perhaps builds a character?
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Daniel LombraΓ±a
@teleyinex.eth
It was bold. That smooth surface was never seen before. By looking at it directly you could see yourself reflectedβ€”pure kiwerfection.
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@craabit
I slowly picked it up, admired it and as I savored the taste of this flawless fruit, I realized with a sudden thrill that I had stumbled onto something far greater than just a culinary achievement.
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@chado
She shook her head and looked around the lab a bit confused. "Sweet as! Where's the dunny bro?"
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@bradq
That may not sound like much of a technological revolution to most, but for Chris it was his destiny since college.
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Alex Cameron
@alexcameron.eth
The temptation of the emerald-green flesh and sweet, tropical fragrance took every ounce of my will to not take a bite: that would be a disaster.
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@cameron
Tbh this line triggered my ptsd from building computers and shorting mobo’s gg
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Charlie Harrington
@whatrocks
The kiwi opened its eyes and blinked.
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@bias
It was certainly cause for celebration as it had been eight years, three months and six days to the day since the Kiwitron 5000 had produced a working kiwi specimen.
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@jrf
🍿 πŸ₯
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