This is a very simple game. You tap your keyboard five times, so that you end up with five random letters. It's best if you do it without looking at your keyboard.
The next person has to make a sentence using those letters as the first letter of each word.
Person 1. kvnst
Person 2. Keep Vans Near Stone Towers.
Person 3. Are Birds Only Angry Tonight?
Alright, here are the first letters:
Can judges underadvise in Kremlinology?
Good one Diane Inside!
Difference in eyes not face.
by Elena 4 years ago
If a person has divorced 3 times, would you conclude that the person has an underlying problem?
by 05Jamie 12 years ago
Has anyone had abuse or complaints because some people are scared from capital letters for example "Clearly You think we are DEAF hmmNot Only is it Bad Manners to Yell (in CAPS) at us in a forum;but it is also against your TOS to self promote your hubs this way. And just in case You are...
by ahmadraza212 12 years ago
Why the alphabetic of the key board are not in order as A.B.C?
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