by Keith Schroeder 3 years ago
and does not get banned...WINS
by Anthea Kwaw 3 years ago
by deb douglas 11 years ago
pretty easy, using one of the two previous hubbers words to begin your two word phrase. I will begin with....Start here
by schoolgirlforreal 11 years ago
One rule:Use the first or last letter of the previous word:first word is: LOVEnext word would be: ECTASY or LIGHTSOKAY, NOW GO WITH: KISS
by dingdong 7 years ago
As the title suggests, examples:enzymeharshmilleniumyesterdayPost any word that suits:beginning and ending letter of the word is same.
by MomsTreasureChest 3 years ago
Anyone up for it? Here's how to play: for example, I post a word, my word is Snickerdoodle, next person must use the last letter and post a food word starting with e, they could post Egg. Have fun let's see how long we can keep it going..
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