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IceClaw247
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Ok for example, I start by saying,"Unfortunately there was a giant evil pillow on the the loose; then the next person would say...Fortunately I had a knife with me and stabbed a hole in it"

Ok lets start.
Unfortunately I was being chased by an elephant...

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Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, they demand money for their services.

Ramit12
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Fortunately, they only asked for 5¢.

Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, 5¢ means a lot in this world, and we have no money at all.

Ramit12
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Fortunately, what you say means the opposite so you are actually saying:

5¢ means a lot less in this world, and we have money.
Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, the world is upside down now D:

Ramit12
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Fortunately, I made the world go right side up again.

Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, the world shook too much and now everything and everybody is everywhere

Ramit12
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Fortunately, we can go back in time to make sure that never happened.

Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, we go too far back and end up in year 0 -_-

Ramit12
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Fortunately, we can fast forward the time.

Saiyoku
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Unfortunately, now we fastforward too much and end up in a year where everything and everybody is gone.

Ramit12
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Fortunately, our future selves came from nowhere and took us back to the present.

Chryosten
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Unfortunately, the present is severely changed to a dystopia due to our past meddlings.

armorplayergc
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Fortunately, it has changed for better

Chryosten
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Unfortunately, ap doesn't understand the difference between a utopia and a dystopia.

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