How to write a revolving story:
Get together with one or more friends. Each person gets to write for certain amount of time—I find a minute works best—while someone else times. Some people give each person a set number of sentences instead of a set time but I find that way sucks because some bright light always makes really long sentences that take up half the story and most people don't really know what a sentence is anyway if you see what I mean. The story is finished when someone gets bored and types "The End". Afterwards, have the most literate person in the group correct the grammar and punctuation (of course that step is optional because we all know the story's not going to make sense anyway). Now think of a silly title.
Paul and the Gooey Badness by Jen McNicoll and Adam Filipowicz