Lettuce Play a Game (:

Discussion in 'Activities' started by Spent-OnThe-Battlefield, Aug 20, 2015.

  1. So, today we are going to play a game, it is the sentence game. Now you all are probably thing the post a month ago that was "4 words per post and you have to continue the sentence and try to make sense of it". Well, no. This isn't.

    How to play:
    I will start, I will give a crazy word or phrase, and the person underneath me must give a sentence with that word of phrase.

    For example: I will say "Scamp" and the next post will have to make a sentence like "my brothers a scamp" and then give a new word :p.

    RULES:
    No bad words, lets not break the ToU but lets have as much fun as possible.

    My word: Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
    GOOD LUCK HAVE FUN!!
     
  2. [insert that word here] is a fake word.



    Buttstuff.
     
  3. zeth loves buttstuff

    pony
     
  4. Kez does my little pony rp

    Testicles
     
  5. That damn pony is impregnating the pigs again.

    Cornucopia.
     
  6. I dont have a cornucopia :c

    Word was
    Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Relatively new word added to dictionary
     
  7. And you just killed your own game congtatulations.
     
  8. Ok lets start fresh.

    Grass
     
  9. Grass, ass or Gas.

    Gas?
     
  10. I love burning gas.

    Corpse
     
  11. I love burning Corpse

    Bob
     
  12. bob the builder; great
     
  13. I am great.
    Selfie.
     
  14. wait it selfie time


    guru
     
  15. Frog is my fashion guru.

    Juicy
     
  16. I am juicy

    Moist
     
  17. Mynameisyour2ndname confirmed
     
  18. Ive just confirmed youre an ass for reminding me about him.

    S5
     
  19. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is an English word that refers to a lung disease that is otherwise known as silicosis. It is the longest published word in the English language. It is pronounced "New moe no ultra microscopic silly coe volcano cone ee oh sis".
     
  20. I think the one from Mary Poppins is the longest word in English