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I thought it would be fun to start a new game.  The idea is to link two words that go together, using the second word  that the previous poster used.  For example:  peanut butter, butter pecan, pecan pie, etc.  

 

 

 

I'll get us started.  

 

bread pudding

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Just now, Drew Espinosa said:

pudding cereal

:huh: How do pudding and cereal go together?  

 

cereal box

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2 minutes ago, Caz Pedroso said:

Box cutter

That was a tough one!  I had to look up a word to go with cutter.

 

Cutter pitch 

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Because I didn't proofread before hitting 'post'.
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Just now, Drew Espinosa said:

Sorry, I think I misread your rules. :*)

 

perfect life

You're supposed to use the last word that was posted before you.  So you posted "perfect life" then Reader used "life" to make "life jacket".

 

Just now, Reader1810 said:

life jacket 

Jacket potato

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sign language 

 

Just to clarify the rules:  responses need to be two separate words, not a compound word.  Also, words cannot have implied conjoining words.  For example "walk water" has an 'on' implied in the middle.  The two words must make sense and stand alone.  I'm glad there's so much interest in this game.  Thanks to everyone for playing :D 

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Because Reader responded quicker than I did

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Just now, mogwhy said:

language barrier 

 

like this?

:yes:  Perfect :) 

 

Barrier reef 

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