For those of you who have ever watched "Whose Line is it Anyway?", you probably already have a general idea as to how this game goes. For those of you that don't, I recommend searching for "Whose line hoedown" on YouTube and watching a video or two. Now, here's how it works. I start by posting a topic for the hoedown, then the next four posters each contribute a verse. Whoever posts the fourth verse must also post the topic for the next hoedown, which the next four posters do, and so on.
Poster A: OK, we'll start this game with the hoedown hoedown!
I like doing hoedowns, I could do them every day.
I'd like them even more if I had a bit more pay.
This chicken feed I get each week, I just find it wrong.
You couldn't pay me this much to do an Irish drinking song.
I'm no good at hoedowns, I simply cannot rhyme.
With the sole exception of this single time,
But in all reality, I couldn't be a poet,
Unless I am already and I just don't know it.
The hoedown's overrated, and it just takes way too long.
I myself am partial to the Irish drinking song.
Each person does one line, then it's the next guy's turn.
Whoever invented hoedowns, in Hell I wish you'd burn.
When I heard the theme of this, I simply had to frown.
Who wants to hear a hoedown that's about a hoedown?
Why not about toilets, or even Pokémon?
With such topics, I could easily babble on.
Next hoedown is about Irish drinking songs.
First, a couple rules.
1: Follow all the rules of the game forum.
2: Don't use this game as an excuse to flame others. Lighthearted insults about Drew Carey are acceptable, plus maybe something like what Poster D did in the example.
3: Don't suggest any hoedown themes that would be hard/impossible to pull off without somehow running afoul of the forum rules.
You get the idea, right? OK, the first hoedown will be... the wristwatch hoedown. Take it away!
With a mustache!