Holy cow, I wrote a book!
The party game goes by many names.
To play, have a group of people sit in a circle and give
each person a piece of paper and writing implement.
To start, each person writes a single line of poetry
and hands it to the person to his or her left or right.
(The direction isn't important, as long as it's consistent.)
At each round, you add one line to the growing poem,
then fold over the top of the page so that only the line
you added is visible.
Pass the paper to the left (or right), and repeat.
Popular stopping conditions are when the paper is full
or when the page returns to the person who started the poem.
Once the poem is complete, the paper is unfolded and everyone
takes turns reading the results.
They are usually quite absurd.
That was a long and ultimately unsatisfying set-up for
the fact that you can make money playing this game.
And you do it via the Internet from your home.
The catch: You get paid four cents per line.
the poem is about sex.