Chain game: A sentence out of previous last word's letters

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Chain game: A sentence out of previous last word's letters

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I saw this one on another Finnish forum.

The rule: make a sentence from the letters of the last word of the previous sentence.

Some additional rules:

Always keep the order of the last word's letters.

You can make two (or even more) sentences out of the last word's letters, if necessary or otherwise suitable. (This doesn't mean making alternative sentences of all the letters, but making a sentence from the first few letters and another sentence from the rest of the letters.)

You don't need to be very strict with the words you use: you can sometimes put in something not quite English, but try to make it understandable enough for others to guess the meaning, though.

You may also twist the grammar if needed.

Poems (or "poems" :lol: ) are also welcome when the previous word is long enough for an amount of words.


Example and the beginning for this chain:

It's nice to get interesting hits.

Hey, it's truly something!


Now, go on with something ;)
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j3paris wrote:Nick's Old Wife Answered, "Devour A Yak Sometime"
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magpie wrote:Norwegian oil was as dark as you see
Sorry to interrupt but wow...What's the rule when there are two replies in the same minute? On the French forum, we call that a "hit" :lol: Does the first post, last post, or BOTH posts count for the next player...?
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nice to have a hit with you :lol:

your answer counts 'cause you were quicker
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