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Gerry Walkowski
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Every year my family (Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, etc.) get together for a big Thanksgiving Day celebration.

This year I'm hosting the event and would love to play some sort of big Party Game (other than Charades and Trivia Pursuit) which really doesn't have to do anything with magic as long as it has comedy.

Any suggestions?

Gerry
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Have you ever done write a silly story?

Here is how it works....

Your break up the group into pairs. You hand out cards that have a theme ...lets say "Buying a Turkey" . On the card is a word of a sentence to be used in the beginning and another for the end. Give everyone a few minutes to produce their lines... then put them together and read the story. The results are to funny to be true. The first effort might not be so funny, but once they get the hang of it, it is unreal...
Crazy people take the psycho-path thru the forest...
Gerry Walkowski
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SeaDawg:

That's not a bad idea and I will certainly consider it.

Thanks,

Gerry
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Gerry, It is low cost, highly interactive and really keeps everyone involved.

Have fun...
Crazy people take the psycho-path thru the forest...
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Making elephants out of newspaper in the dark competition's brighten, up our winter evenings!

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When my family gets together we play "Quarters" (a fast-moving drinking game). Last year my cousin ended up passed out on the kitchen floor and wet his pants. And he only had three beers total!

He'll be four years old this December.
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
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To write a good routine is something.
To really entertain an audience is everything.
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On 2006-11-10 14:14, nathanallen wrote:
When my family gets together we play "Quarters" (a fast-moving drinking game). Last year my cousin ended up passed out on the kitchen floor and wet his pants. And he only had three beers total!

He'll be four years old this December.


HA!!! What a lightweight!
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Yeah, we gave him some grief about that happening. Then he started crying 'cause we were "makin fun of him".

The guy needs to get some good midwestern thick skin!
Nathan Allen, The Maniac of Magic
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To buy a prop is nothing.
To write a good routine is something.
To really entertain an audience is everything.
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