The intellectual equivalent of a ham sandwich.

Fun with the Fam

This past weekend a cousin of mine (who helped inspire this world famous band) introduced me to a new game: Telephone Pictionary.

The idea is that person 1 writes down a phrase, person 2 looks at the phrase and draws a picture to capture that phrase, person 3 looks at only the picture and writes down what phrase he/she thinks it is supposed to represent (so if you’re perfect at this then person 3’s phrase matches person 1’s phrase) … Like I said, Telephone Pictionary.

Each person has a stack of papers and a pen and you’re off. You could have only one person write phrases/draw at a time but that’s boring.

Here are the results of round 1 of the game. The initial phrase is mine.

swords in a puddle

My other phrases were tougher: “shhh, don’t make this weird” and “history is bunk.”

 

swords in a puddle

Swords in a puddle, the guy added to represent a confused look (my question mark was maybe a little mean) and … see what happens?

 

swords in a puddle

And now death is in the picture.

 

swords in a puddle

This fella on the boat is supposed to be death. TALENT.

 

swords in a puddle

“Death” with his sickle has become a fishing caveman.

 

(Also the above picture really is an unintentionally decent drawing of Captain Caveman.)

 

swords in a puddle

And the final drawing … Which is basically the exact thing anyone would draw when hearing the phrase “swords in a puddle.”

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