Jennifer Stood There, Quietly Ovulating

“Your task is to write the first line of an imaginary novel. Your goal is to make it hilariously bad…. Maximum sentence length: 25 words.” (Deadline: 14 April 2003) —Jennifer Stood There, Quietly OvulatingAdam Cadre)

Adam Cadre, who started the Lyttle Lytton contest as a reaction against what he sees as the increasingly lengthy and unfunny entries in the more famous Bulwer-Lytton contest, is also the author of several top-notch works of interactive fiction, including the touching “Photopia” and the single-gimmick “9:05”.