i will start this game with a alphabet.
the next person who participate will imagine a word with that alphabet & write that on the next post.
series/string will continue until the word has been formed.
when the word has been invented/(or whatever u say), the next participant should write that word on next post.
for example :
i start with alphabet "" A "".
next participant imagine a word "apple" or adventure " or some other.
suppose he/she imagine apple, then next alphabet he/she will write is "p" .
series go on.....
when the word get invented>
next participant will write....
the whole word i.e. "apple"
Butstill we can form a longer word from "apple",
such as "applet"
so, the next participant will write "applet" just after the previously posted " apple ".
& in such a way the participant who had written the word "apple" gets out of the game.
& starting/invention of new word will begin.
only here we want to do is to form the longest words.
the only person remain at the end is the winner.
by dingdong7 years ago
So, this is the idea...Write a word with 5 alphabets beginning with the middle alphabet of the previous word.Let's start:BOARD ==> ANGELNext word should start with "G"
by viewfinders5 years ago
You can write a meaningful sentence with all 26 English alphabets in it.I have one for you all"PACK MY BOX WITH FIVE DOZEN LIQUOR JUGS" which has all 26 alphabets in it.try it................
by ChilliWilly2 years ago
Write a word and the other participant has to write another (any) word of third-letter.I will start:Tree
by CarpetDiem7 years ago
I've never started a thread here in the sandbox so here goes. I play this game with my kids around the dinner table. I'll say a Christmas word that starts with A. You say/post a Christmas word that starts with the next...
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