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Spanish Fly
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SIGHT UNSEEN.

Source: Games for Everybody
Category: GAMES FOR ADULTS





Partners may be chosen in any way for this game. The host gives each
pair a sheet of paper and pencil. The partners decide among themselves
which one is the best artist, he or she (as the case may be) takes the
pencil and paper, while the other receives some common object from the
host.

The chairs must be arranged side by side, but facing in opposite
directions, so the one who is to draw may not see the object his
partner has. When the signal is given to begin, the one having the
object describes it to his partner, who must draw it, from the
description given.

After twenty minutes have passed, the drawings and their objects are
collected, arranged side by side, and it is decided by vote which
drawing is most like the object it represents.




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