There is this game that I really like.
It goes like this...
The first person to post (in this case, that would be me), has to make a wish. So, I post making that wish to start off the game. The next person to post would in turn, grant that wish, BUT, with a twist of sorts. So we do get what we asked for, but in a kind of ironic way. And then after that, you would make your own wish. The next person will do the same, and so on and so forth.
"I wish I had a glass of milk".
"You now have a cup made out of milk!"
"I wish I could jump from very high places without getting hurt in any way (That includes dying, and not being hurt on low jumps as well)."
"Your wish is granted but 1000s of kids witness the jump on TV and decide to try it out for themselves, resulting a mass decrease of the adolescent population and you get the blame for it".
Here I start:
I wish I could write better hubs.
by mioluna7 years ago
This topic is about wishes for unknown people. Make a wish for the next replying person.I wish you to be happy!
by borge_0097 years ago
It goes like these. The next poster will answer the previous guess if its correct or wrong and writes a guess to the next posterexample:The next poster is hungry.then the next poster replies:Wrong, I'm fullthen...
by ddsurfsca11 months ago
This is a game that also helps the way you write. I will start it with giving the next person a topic in which to describe. That person describes it and gives the next person the same. For example:The...
by Fluffymetal7 years ago
Lets try a poem. I know we've tried it before, but it will go something like this:I will start by typingI saw a rainbow over the fields today And the next person will rhyme a line... followed by the next person.
by Fluffymetal2 years ago
Ok... lets play a game. Someone will write a word and the next person will post the first word that comes to their mind, then so on and so forth... for example I type the word ear and I think of the word sound --...
by coletta77 years ago
The next spot on my forum.
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