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X is just Y, except for Z


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Here is how this game goes:

First, a person will say X is just Y, except for Z and then the next person will start with Y and use it as their x. If that's too mathematical and difficult, I'll just show some examples:

The Romans were just Greeks, who spoke Spanish.

The Greeks were just cavemen, with shields and armor.

The cavemen were just people, except more stronger.

Ok, so I think you get how this game goes, so I'll start it now:

Lasagna is just pizza, without the bread.

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(Ancient Romans spoke Latin, not Spanish. No, it's not the same.

OK, I'm done. Sorry, I’m too neurotic to just let it go.)

Pizza is just fast food, only with olives.

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(Ancient Romans spoke Latin, not Spanish. No, it's not the same.

OK, I'm done. Sorry, I’m too neurotic to just let it go.)

Pizza is just fast food, only with olives.

fast food is just fillers, except for the chemical flavorings.

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fillers are just cups, except less healthy

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cups are just glasses, except with handles.

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glasses are just handles...except with lenses

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a handle is just a switch, except you do the the work yourself.

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A lever is just a seesaw, only with a cooler name.

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A seesaw is just a plank, except there is no pirate walking it.

A plank is just a piece of wood, except more rectangular

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The lumber is just cellulose, if you take a look at it under the microscope.

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An organic compound with the formula (C6H10O5)n is just an insoluble polysaccharide, except it makes the plant fibers and cell walls so the life on Earth would look so much different if it wasn’t freaking there doing exactly this.

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An overload, is just too much electricity, until you unplug something.

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An adjective is just a description, except when it's limiting.

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a description is just a symptom, except less severe.

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a symptom is just a clue, except when it's invisible.

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