Word Game

Discussion in 'Homebound/Bedbound' started by rockgor, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Hi Kids

    I was thinking it was about time for a new game. Here's one that requires
    no equipment (other than your computer); no large spaces (like an arena);
    and no athletic ability.

    Think of a 5-7 word sentence with the words in alphabetical order.
    And here are a couple examples.

    Alton Brown cooks dinner every Friday.

    Don't eat fried grits, Howard.

    Karen, let's make new oven pads.

    Randy, start tuning up VWs.

    As always, our rules are pretty flexible. A word or two extra, or short,
    won't matter. And creative spelling is OK. "Exactly" could start with a
    "e" or an "x". Whatever works.

    Rock
  2. ConfusedInPA

    ConfusedInPA Well-Known Member

    Rock, you've stumped me for the moment!!!!! :) :) :)

    I keep wanting to type:
    A Black Cat, and then .... DUH.

    And then my mind wanders to: "The quick brown fox..." (typing test)

    I think I need a nap. Then more pondering .........


    Great game!

    Hugs, Diane
  3. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Hi Diane,

    Well, you got a good start. Just add D E F.
    Doesn't eat Fritos. Or
    Did eat Fred. Or
    Dances Every Foxtrot.

    I have to go see what your new post is all about.

    Rock [​IMG]
  4. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Ray started training ugly vultures.

    Dotty edited five grueling hours.

    I just kinda lost my nerve.

    Pam quit running suddenly.

    Mildred never opens packages.

    And be cool, dudes.
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  5. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Hey, GB. Hot Stuff! Brilliant! I especially like Ray started training ugly
    vultures.

    A couple more.

    Polly, quickly remember seven tall unwed Vikings.
    Gary helped in Janet's kitchen last Monday.

    Rock


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  6. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    A "story" from A to Z:

    Any boys can dance.

    Every 'flinger' gets hot in jersey kilts.

    Last month, no one perspired.

    Quite rude, sweating!

    The unit visited Wellington.

    (Xamine Your Zippers!). :)
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  7. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Wow! A veritable tour de force, GB. I thought of attempting
    same, but quickly decided it was impossible.
    Wrong again;
    Ah ,well.


    Molto Bene! Congratulations! Flatt Jobb! Bon Travail!


    Your fan
    Rock


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  8. ConfusedInPA

    ConfusedInPA Well-Known Member

    HOORAY GB!!!!!

    I present you with some flowers, for your impressive A to Z "story".....


    [​IMG]

    Great game!

    Hugs, Diane
  9. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Wow, thanks guys. You're so good for my self esteem. I think the Godiva chocolates are kicking in! GB
  10. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Fortune Cookieisms: (A to Z)

    "A Burnt Corn Dog Eaten Fast Gives Heartburn, Indigestion"

    "Justice, Kindness, Love, May Nullify One Person's Querulousness"

    "Rarely Seen Tempers Use Virtuous Willpower"

    "Xamine Your Zen"
  11. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    OMG! GB! You are amazing. That is "ungebeleegable," as Arte
    Johnson used to say.

    I plan to incorporate all this wisdom you have so alphabetically
    imparted into my meditation sessions as soon as I start them.

    Here are a few more modest...What should we call them? Alphabeters?

    Victory, watch Xavier, Yvette, Zachary.
    Just Keep Looking; Marty's Not Our Problem.

    Could dogs ever feel grief, Honey?
    But Cliff, doesn't every Flemish girl have inner joy?

    Fabulous GB has: intelligence, judgement, keenness, lucidity.

    Rock

  12. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Humble GB has one question, If Marty's not our problem, who is? Just askin'.
  13. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Hi Kids

    GB, good question. Who is our problem? Actually I just copied that
    sentence out of an old mystery story. The investigation had already
    ruled out Marty. Apparently the remaining suspects were Mary,
    Marvin, Maggie, Moe and Curly.


    Rock
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  14. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    But cupcakes don't ever fail generating his interest.

    Roberta, start talking up vocational workshops.

    I just know Larry meant Nancy, our President.

    Kate, let's make November our priority.

    Rock
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  15. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Are 'bear claws' digested easily?

    Frost gets heavy in January.

    Knickers look mighty nice on people.

    Quit rambling!

    Sew the upper vest, with Xavier Young's Zoot-Suit.
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  16. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    GB, you are amaziatin'! If there were a Betty Jean King, Amelia
    Earhart, Pearl Buck Award, it should go to you.
    "Frost gets heavy in January," sounds like what folks say
    in Minnesota.

    Here are a few more.

    Ali Baba cooked deviled eggs for Geno.
    Jerry knows Leonard made no objections.

    "Pretty quick results," Stuart told Ursula.
    Candice Dennison eats frozen gelato happily.

    Before Christmas David Erickson fixed
    Gordon's Honda.

    Rock
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  17. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Apple blossoms, camellias, daisies, each flower grows happily in June.

    Kids like morning-glories, newly opened petunias.

    Quaint roses scent the upper verandas while xenia yields zoom.
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  18. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Animals bring crowds during Easter Festival gatherings.

    Huge iguanas, jackals, koalas, lions, monkeys, newborn opossums, pervade.

    Quietly, rabbits sit; tangled ugly vipers wait.

    Xamine Yonker's Zoo.
  19. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    GB, you are a font of wisdom, entertainment and erudition. I can
    only attempt to emulate your example.


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    Always buy canned dates, Ethan.
    Freida's going home in Jason's Kia, Larry.

    "Money's no object," Peter.
    Quinn resumed silently testing ultra violet waves.

    Xamine your zebra.

    Whaddya think? New game? I think I'll start a variation of this
    one. We can always revisit this site.

    Rock
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  20. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Good ones. I'm enjoying this thread. It makes me think! BTW, how does one examine a zebra? Very carefully!