Created in 2003 - A compilation of words put together typically on a piece of paper. These words are arranged for maximum hilarity. This is achieved by discecting funny sounding words in the English langauge (and on the occasion, made up. E.X. Chise). Some scrolls may contain headers, or "themes", in which a piece of paper reflects an object of everyday life. Either that, or it makes no sense at all.
Theme: How to do scrolls
Snort the dorsil fin of Tiny Tim Mutombo. Swallow a large scoop of cream. Use my begotten container or swab my radish. My lavender stew presents problems for Gumbi.
Created in 2004, the first group of words written on top of a scroll. This usually sets up the pace and highlights the main pieces of the scroll. Typically, themes will reflect the general shape of the scroll that is being written on.
Theme: What are themes?
Spackle a freckle on the backbone of hogwash. Use themes for haagan daas. Plaster my knuckle with chiblits of lug nuts. Present me with a turtle neck.