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  1. #1
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    another alphabet name game-girls and boys together

    Let's start with the letters a, b, c, d, e, and f. We have to think of a girl's name that starts with the letter "a". The next poster has to think of a name where the second letter is a "b". Then the third poster has to think of a name where the third letter is a "c". And so on. When that set is completed, continue on in the same vein with the sequence g, h, i, j, k, and l. Make the first name of that set start with the letter "g". And so on. If a poster is confronted with a particularly challenging letter such as "q" or "x" and can't put the letter in the correct spot of a name, then they could just post a name that has the challenging letter in it. Let me know if this is too confusing.

    It's funny, I was starting to come up with this idea and then Jill came up with a very similar game! We do think alike!

  2. #3
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    Re: another alphabet name game-girls and boys together

    Susan, what if it's always the second letter that follows the alphabet? For example, You start with a name that has A as its second letter, the next person has to choose a name that has B as its second letter, the next person chooses a name that has C as the second letter, etc.

    In other words, what about the first letter being irrelevant, but the second letter following the alphabet? This may be less confusing than the original idea, too.

    To keep things straight, the person will use a capital letter for their letter.

    examples:

    mArgaret
    aBigail
    aCacia
    aDeline

  3. #5
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    Re: another alphabet name game-girls and boys together

    Quote Originally Posted by jill
    Susan, what if it's always the second letter that follows the alphabet? For example, You start with a name that has A as its second letter, the next person has to choose a name that has B as its second letter, the next person chooses a name that has C as the second letter, etc.

    In other words, what about the first letter being irrelevant, but the second letter following the alphabet? This may be less confusing than the original idea, too.

    To keep things straight, the person will use a capital letter for their letter.

    examples:

    mArgaret
    aBigail
    aCacia
    aDeline

    Yeah, that's a great idea, Jill. It has more unity. And I like the way the second letter is capitalized to avoid confusion! We created a game together!

  4. #7
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    Re: another alphabet name game-girls and boys together

    Nah...You did it! I just tweaked it! (Oh, how I hate the word "tweaked!")

  5. #9
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    Would mEgan be one

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