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Word Association from the Last Letter

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ant0n
2 hours ago, Jujo-jo said:

dressing-down > naughty 

naughty -> yahoos

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Jujo-jo
7 hours ago, ant0n said:

naughty -> yahoos

yahoos > snow

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Kittens Are Jerks

snow > winter

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Jujo-jo
9 minutes ago, Kittens Are Jerks said:

snow > winter

winter > roads 

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CuteMeetsSmart
1 hour ago, Jujo-jo said:

winter > roads 

roads -> symbols

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ant0n

symbols -> sign

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Still Waters

sign -> neon

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Jujo-jo
30 minutes ago, Still Waters said:

sign -> neon

neon > nights

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ant0n
2 hours ago, Jujo-jo said:

neon > nights

nights -> sunset

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Jujo-jo
9 minutes ago, ant0n said:

nights -> sunset

sunset > trickery 

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ant0n
3 minutes ago, Jujo-jo said:

sunset > trickery 

How are 'sunset' and 'trickery' associated?

 

trickery -> Yule

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Jujo-jo
4 minutes ago, ant0n said:

How are 'sunset' and 'trickery' associated?

 

trickery -> Yule

yule > estranged 

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ant0n
5 minutes ago, Jujo-jo said:

yule > estranged 

HOW do you associate 'estranged' with 'yule'?

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Jujo-jo
2 minutes ago, ant0n said:

HOW do you associate 'estranged' with 'yule'?

Yule or Yuletide ("Yule time" or "Yule season") is a festival historically observed by the Germanic peoples. Scholars have connected the original celebrations of Yule to the Wild Hunt, the god Odin, and the pagan Anglo-Saxon Mōdraniht.

 

I no longer partak  : ) 

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Jujo-jo
14 minutes ago, ant0n said:

How are 'sunset' and 'trickery' associated?

 

trickery -> Yule

When the sun goes down sometimes its tricky to get around in, in the dark : )

Ah?

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Jujo-jo

& I didnt see where the next word has to be associated with the last word, in the rules? Did I miss that?

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rashore
3 minutes ago, Jujo-jo said:

& I didnt see where the next word has to be associated with the last word, in the rules? Did I miss that?

Yep, first line of the first page " a word association game in which the new word starts with the last letter of the preceding word."

And the last line of the first post "It's your turn now: find a new word that is associated with 'mysteries' and starts with the letter 's'. Have fun! "

So, to reset...

yule > estranged 

estranged-> distant

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ant0n
6 minutes ago, Jujo-jo said:

& I didnt see where the next word has to be associated with the last word, in the rules? Did I miss that?

:D

You did miss the fact that:

- the new word must be associated with the previous one

- AND it must start with the last lettre of the previous word.

This is a great and challenging word association game with a twist :)

 

distant -> time

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rashore
1 minute ago, ant0n said:

:D

You did miss the fact that:

- the new word must be associated with the previous one

- AND it must start with the last lettre of the previous word.

This is a great and challenging word association word with a twist :)

 

Yule ->

lol... still can do the E to T

Yule -> entreat

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Jujo-jo
3 minutes ago, ant0n said:

:D

You did miss the fact that:

- the new word must be associated with the previous one

- AND it must start with the last lettre of the previous word.

This is a great and challenging word association word with a twist :)

 

distant -> time

time > eminates

 

6 minutes ago, rashore said:

Yep, first line of the first page " a word association game in which the new word starts with the last letter of the preceding word."

And the last line of the first post "It's your turn now: find a new word that is associated with 'mysteries' and starts with the letter 's'. Have fun! "

So, to reset...

yule > estranged 

estranged-> distant

So sorry I will try harder.

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Jujo-jo

Maybe I'm no good at this game... sorry again.

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ant0n
1 minute ago, Jujo-jo said:

time > eminates

eminates -> surface

 

Just now, Jujo-jo said:

Maybe I'm no good at this game... sorry again.

Don't worry. You fully are able to play this game. It's a funny and challenging one :)

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rashore

surface -> erosion

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Jujo-jo

Ummm..... nop nothing coming to mind there, can we cheat? lol I don't anyway no need to answer.

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