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When all the clues are guessed, it is good if the clue giver lists them all together again, in capital letters, in the order they were given: Another example, this time with trickier clues and syllables out of order as it should be played.

The Leader thinks of “ Sigmund Freud”: There’s no proper order in answering; the players type their answers as they think of them.

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This is the standard old game of "Telephone" in which a message is "whispered" to one person who whispers it to the next person, and so on down the line, the point being to contrast how ridiculous the message turns out once it's reached the last person in line.

In the chat room version, the "whispering" is done through the chat room's "Send Message" function, which acts as a private message.

There has to be a good number of people in the room for the game to be worth anything.

In this game, the leader thinks of the name of a person and gives the players clues as to the sounds of the syllables in that person’s name.

An example of how it is played: Leader thinks of “ Pius X” as the name he wants the players to guess: The players then put all the syllables – “pie,” “us,” “the,” “tenth” -- together to come up with “ Pius X.” Now the above is a very simplified round, with all the syllables exact sound-alikes and all in proper order –- which is OK when playing with small children.

But to mix things up a bit when playing with adults, change the position of the syllables when you give clues, get more creative with the sounds of the syllables (eg.

“gorge” for “ George,” or “ouch” for the third syllable in Liberace’s name), etc.

(When playing in person as opposed to in a chatroom, the leader can use gestures to indicate “chop off a sound,” “sounds like,” “stretch out sound,” etc.

After the syllable clues are given, the leader can give no more clues except by gesture to indicate placement of syllable, to indicate someone is close to the answer, etc).

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