The clue on the first one was "Frank will make me regret this." Benn, sitting
next to me, wrote it. Ferf then drew the universal representation of
Frank, if I wore my hair long and wore a bowler hat. For some
reason, it was then translated into a "crazy woman" and went downhill
from there. It circulated away from me, so I didn't
see it until it was complete.
For the second one, I was talking to Alli about my web pages and email address. She wrote it down my email address and then gave it to me as a clue!?! How does one represent "dot" or "com" as a picture? "com" is not even a real word. And MyCause sure as hell isn't one either. It's a rare case for me to admit when I'm stumped, but I was. I started to draw someone reading mail, but kind of drew a blank, literally and figuratively, at that point. I forget, it might have been Anna that had the misfortune of trying to extract some meaning from it. The notion of the Internet did stay through it all...sort of. Ferf's gmail-like interface receiving a message from God was particularly inspired (perhaps not as good as the "crazy lady" representation of me, but close).
Curious about this game? Download a PDF of the telephone pictionary form (courtesey of Catherine) and see for yourself how much fun it can be. It consists of 2 pages: one is for a 5 round version of the game, the other is a 7 round version (the 7 round is more fun, if you have enough people).
As part of a post-wedding party, I helpd friends make a
Rube Goldberg Wedding Machine.
Lots of fun.
Here's a way too detailed desciption of it.
No time here and now for PLAY
THIS looks like a job for FRANK!