The “I’m Going on a Trip” game. It’s usually played like the game “Simon”, where one person starts by naming something that starts with a given, and the next player (And all subsequent players) repeating everything in the list, followed by something starting with the next letter.
EG: Ozy – “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing an apple.”
Millie – “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing an apple and a banana.”
Ozy – “I’m going on a trip, and I’m bringing an apple, a banana, and a cantaloupe.”
And so on, until ssomeone fails to remember the list. The game eventually becomes easy with practice, so many people (Including smart children such as these) place additional rule restrictions (Such as: Start the game with the letter V, only use world capitols, or, as in the case above, only use phrases that include the word “take”).
They actually did this once before…
Now, let’s continue, shall we? – “I’m going on a trip, and I’m taking leave of my senses, the fifth, the “A train”, A flying-leap, and the cake.
I play this somewhat differently. The items have something in common, and the goal is to figure out what. Therefore, the reply is in the form of “can I come if I bring…” in this case, Can I come if I bring down the house?
Can I come if I bring the pain?
…a powder…the easy way out…you, for everything you’re worth….
you down…in the scenery…one for the team…out the trash…five…their word for it…the plunge…a third option…some time off…him under my wing…over the world…this *punch*
the long way home…me home tonight…the money and run.
Thanks for the explanations, people. I never would have gotten it otherwise.
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