Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Game With No Name

While Alex was here visiting we played the famous Game With No Name [Also known as Scribblish]. We had six players which was ok, but ideally you'd want an odd number. Seven or nine would be perfect. 

[For those of you that don't know this game, you start by thinking up a phrase, song lyric, saying, etc. You write this on a card and pass the cards to the next player, who looks at what you've written and then has to draw that on a new card. The third person then looks at the drawing and (without looking at the original card) has to write down what he thinks is depicted in the drawing. And you keep repeating this cycle until the end]

Anyway, here are a few of our better ones. 

We started with "Don't Stop Believing":

 That morphed into "On Bended Knee", based off of my not-so-great drawing, and then "Keep Your Legs Closed", based on Cherie's drawing.

Next up:
"March to the beat of a different drummer"
 Somehow we ended up with "Get carried, like a boss" and then "Working out while talking on the phone".

ANd last but not least (and also my favorite): "She ain't nothin' but a gold digger..."

With turned into "Hide your valuables" and then "Marriage is a prison!". 

Love it.