BITS OF ADVICE.





Each person is given a slip of paper and pencil. The leader then

tells the players to write a bit of advice, original if possible, on

the paper, fold it, and drop it into a basket as it passes by.



The papers are all mixed up and the basket is passed again, each

player taking one, but not unfolding it until he is told to.



Before opening the papers each one must say whether the advice is good

or bad, necessary or unnecessary, and whether he intends to follow

it. When the paper is unfolded it may be the opposite of what he has

said.





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