So the examples I gave were:
"Ford Prefect's satchel was on a boulder he had often seen."
"Mila Anderson's sword was in the overlord she had always hated."
And the one that was made by the whole group one word at a time (I note no one decided to do a full sentence) was:
Angie Perez's bicycle was on a grapevine he had methodically stolen.
I note Angie is a "he" here. (No one chose to change the words I'd left the same.) I'm assuming transmale because I haven't written many such characters, though Angie can be a male name.
So your assignment here is bigger. Two parts. First fill in the blanks, like last time. But this time I give you two sentences (which means more blanks, so feel free to do more than one word, if you want to fill in every blank in a line I'm fine with that):
With his [adverb] [verbed1] [number*] on [noun1] above the [proper noun1] en [noun2] to a [noun3] [proper noun2] [noun4] at [proper noun3], Angie had [verbed2] from his bicycle [noun5, plural] of his [noun6]. Over [noun7] [noun8] he would [verb3] [noun9] with his [noun10] and [number2]-[adjective] [noun11].
*Honestly should be a noun, but the part of speech parser makes mistakes. So if you'd like a noun, go for it.
You'll probably note that words from before (Angie, bicycle) are showing up here, that'll happen more as we go on.
Second list two books in the public domain.
For examples I'll continue with the two examples I gave before:
Ford Prefect's satchel was on a boulder he had often seen. With his most cherished 42 on loan above the Earth en echelon to a moon base pylon at Tranquility, Ford had taken from his satchel notes of his travel. Over sun rays he would review articles with his pen and 3-blue glasses.(Getting kind of strange now)
Or, to be more strange:
Mila Anderson's sword was in the overlord she had always hated. With her overly sharpened 187 in motion above the Jacobian en l'air to a dawn Panama cacophony on Paris, Mila had wiped from her sword stains of her enemy. Over fire months she would walk rounds with her dog and seven-awesome cat.
And for part two: Moby Dick, Pride and Prejudice.
So, fill in blanks and give two public domain books. (English ones please, they can be translations of things from other languages, but I need both books to be in English.)