If you aren't familiar with the exquisite corpse process, it involves dividing a piece of paper into four sections, making a drawing on one section, folding over the drawing to hide it, and then passing it to your partner with the very bottom of the initial drawing exposed.
While the process was haphazard, strange synchronicities occurred and both drawings ended up telling interesting stories. In the first drawing, a lizard contemplates how it evolved from ants. In the second drawing (which is best understood by starting at the bottom and reading up), a rodent embarks on a perilous journey through a snake's digestive system. Along the way, the rodent meets a human who shares a similar tale about being eaten by a city.