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GOING TO CHINA.

Source: Games for Everybody
Category: GAMES FOR ADULTS





This is a catch game for those who have never played it. The leader
begins by saying, "I'm going to sail for China next week, I would like
to have you go, what will you take?" This question is asked every
player and there are many different answers, but all cannot go, as
they have not answered correctly.

The point is, if you wish to go sailing, you must take something which
commences with the same letter as the initial of your last name. The
leader then says, "You can go."

For example, suppose the player who is asked the question says she
will take bananas. If her last name begins with B she can go, but if
not, the leader says, "Lou cannot go this trip."

The game continues until every one has guessed the trick and they can
all go.




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