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Th e B Lue J A M monologues

This is a dark comedy based off of the monologues from an old british radio show called blue jam. It follows the life of a man who is not well and his life interacting with the media world of London. 

I've taken out the true ending so you can't lose but you especially can't win. Not all of the branches will continue immediately after another though there is always a link between them. 

This is the second time I'm publishing this and this time I've added a bit more context to everything here so you basically know what to expect. Not everyone is going to like it but at least you know what to expect this time. It's all a bit stupid anyway.

If you've ever felt like you were born dead through your own arse then i hope you enjoy

(light disturbing imagery) 

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Looking for feedback on first story on 12/23/2017 6:04:45 AM

Yeah that's my plan. It's obviously fair enough if you didn't like it but if it doesn't make sense that's a whole different problem. I tried to give little hints in the pages that the choices did make sense but I should probably make it more obvious and explain better in general.

Looking for feedback on first story on 12/22/2017 8:04:29 PM

Ok sure shall, thanks for looking at it. When you say it makes no sense are you talking about how the choices don't connect to what they're being linked to? 

Looking for feedback on first story on 12/22/2017 3:51:30 PM


Looking for feedback on first story on 12/22/2017 3:31:50 PM

Hey, guess who's got no friends and just published his first story on this website???

Me that's who!  

It's an interesting short little branching story that would look wonderful in your Christmas stocking this year. It may put a wee smile on your face and put you in the Yuletide spirit 'n all!

I'm actually just interested in feedback. It's a gay fan arty thing of something most of you wouldn't know and i'm 90% sure everyone who reads it is going to hate it. Thanks, sorry if I sounded too self promotey.

Wondering about first story thing rules and shit on 12/14/2017 1:58:33 PM

Thanks for the reply, yeah I'll just call it derivative work and leave a link to the full transcriptions if anyone wants them.

Wondering about first story thing rules and shit on 12/12/2017 8:01:22 PM

Fork me, is there anyway i can get around that do you think? I don't want to take credit for it or anything also it was originally on the radio and it was never written anywhere.

Wondering about first story thing rules and shit on 12/12/2017 6:56:50 PM

Hi, I'm new and I'm making something that's a bit unconventional. Basically I've transcribed some monologues from an old British radio show and arranged them into a story game. I've tried to make it a kind of experience that's the tiniest bit more interesting than if i just put them somewhere on the internet but ultimately I didn't write, or especially edit (as I'd rather kill myself) any of these monologues. The reason I'm doing this is i just want to share out my love for these things and introduce them to the handsome people of this website.

I don't know if this would be fine, would it be fine?

(I have one monologue to finish but I put it on sneak preview mode (which I think means you can read it right?) so you can check it)