Alice's word game

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Alice's word game

Post  yip9 on Fri Apr 29, 2011 5:44 am

Let's play a game mentioned in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass. You follow the following word pattern with any letter of the alphabet, inserting words starting with that letter in each field:

I love my love with a [pick a letter] because he is [adjective starting with that letter]. I hate him because he is [adjective starting with that letter]. I fed him with [food starting with that letter] and [food starting with that letter]. His name is [name starting with that letter] and he lives [appropriate preposition] [place starting with that letter].

I'll start with an example from the text:

I love my love with an H because he is happy. I hate him because he is hideous. I fed him with ham sandwiches and hay. His name is Haigha and he lives on the hill.

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