new word game (expressions)

Discussion in 'Writers Forum' started by ronald Macdonald, May 23, 2007.

  1. ok I start off with a common phrase or saying and the person below has to reword it by paraphrasing it(or even if they have to use a theasurus) and then write the next one to be rewritten

    so I could say "dont put all your eggs in one basket" and someone could either paraphrase that as "careful with them eggs" or use a theasurus and write

    "Don’t situate each and every one of your spawn in a single hamper"

    Its that easy so heres the first one

    It takes two to Tango
  2. White Scorpion

    White Scorpion 4umotographer

    There is a basic requirement of a pair of living human bodies, in order to engage in this vigorous and highly erotic Latin American dance that originates from Argentina.

    Next: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
  3. The valued possessions you have already got have a greater value than possible future riches

    Its no use locking the stable door after the horse has bolted
  4. dollydagger

    dollydagger Needle to the Groove

    it is arbitrary to secure the portal after the escape of the equine

    when in rome, do as the romans do
  5. s0ma

    s0ma Member

    While visiting Rome, take part in the same activities as its inhabitants.

    Make hay while the sun shines.
  6. wow its not raining lets go outside and have sex !

    Once bitten twice shy

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