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Unformatted text preview: to play telephone, do you? Cheryl : I *do* know how to play telephone. Larry David : Oh, do you? Cheryl : Yeah, but I usually play the "G" version. It's usually something like, "Susie lives down the lane." Larry David : The kid didn't say, "Susie lives down the lane," he said "I love tits!" It seems as if every time that a story is passed down it gets weirder or in the case of these stories they got odder and more gut turning. It seemed as if some of the animals changing in to humans and then having kids were added to these stories as compared with past versions of the stories where people were probably just telling stories just to pass the time away. I honestly do not mind reading some weird things, but I prefer to keep the stories in a context that is not do stomach turning. The meanings of stories change over time, but most do not change to the darkness that these had to them....
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- Spring '08