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Let's Play a Game, Week 2: Six Step Association

Posted by Scott Sterling , in Let's Play a Game Feb 16 2014 · 395 views

Ooh, and this is educational too. There's a theory which states that anything can be connected with six steps. For example, soldiers and teddy bears.

Soldiers make me think of guns which makes me think of hunting which makes me think of woodland creatures which makes me think of bears which makes me think of teddy bears. That's five steps, but the point stands.

So here's how this game is gonna go. I'll start off one, then the second person tries to link what I give and posts two random objects of their own, and so on and so forth.

So, to begin. Commas and planets. Go, amigos.


Let's Play a Game, Week 1: Sentences

Posted by Scott Sterling , in Let's Play a Game Feb 08 2014 · 385 views
not, talking, about, life and 1 more...
Instead of talking about why I'm not in the best mood today, let's play a game.
Here's the idea: I start with a line that somehow makes sense but is at the same time nonsensical, like my current status: "Unfortunately, I noted as I stared at the red and white striped banana on my coffee table, it most likely would not taste like a candy cane."
Then the first commenter posts something that's a continuation, such as "Nevertheless, I picked up the colorful object and peeled it, biting into it gingerly."
And the second would say something like "I was right. It tasted like a banana."
Comprendé? Okay, good. Proper grammar would be incredibly nice, and keep it a little wacky. I'll start off:
"Margaret," I said as I entered the room, "Turtlenecks made from green lace are not proper business attire."

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