Thursday, October 27, 2011
Each person gets a dry erase marker , a board and two "betting chips" (again, featuring those loveable Meeple creatures). An open-ended question is read and everyone but that round's judge writes an original answer. For instance, the question might be, "What Would Be the Most Difficult Thing To Sell Door-To-Door?" or "What Would Be the Grossest Thing to Kiss?" and the players answer it any way they choose. Once all players have put their dry erase boards on the table for judging, the players who have just written the answers can place a wagering chip on who they think the judge will choose as the "favorite" answer. You don't have to bet on your own answer. If you have the answer that is chosen, you score a point. You also score points for having your chips on the chosen board, even if your answer wasn't selected.
By the way, the winning answers to the above questions in the game we played this afternoon were, "Jalepeno Cupcakes" and "Justin Beiber's Big Toe".
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