Last night, after a glass or two of Old Peculiar, my son instigated a game of 'Guess What's in my Pocket' (3 items).
Cro was first to guess, and suggested a concise map of Asia, a short piece of string, and a marble. Lady M came up with a dead grasshopper, a 20 centime coin, and fluff.
Actually we were both wrong. It contained a spent match, a pistachio nut, and an unknown object possibly made of paper (see above).
It's a good game; try it!
that'd be a great impromtu game with the kids! thanks. continue enjoying your family!ReplyDelete
sounds like good fun will try it next time..ps always wondered what was in mens pockets as they semem obcessed with them lol happy days..CaroleReplyDelete
This is a game that I regularly play with the security guard at our local supermarket.ReplyDelete
A good one to play at airports too.ReplyDelete
Excellent game, Im going to attempt it with my 4 year old!ReplyDelete
This is like a mystery and I'm mostly curious about the paper now. He didn't try to burn it as there aren't any char marks. So no connection to the spent match, but why IS there a spent match? What was he burning . . . ? And the nut . . . uneaten. Is there a reason it was uneaten, or did he just steal it from the burned, dead body as some sort of souvenir?ReplyDelete
I recognize the unknown paper. It's one that's been through the washer and dryer!ReplyDelete
(re your comment, no, McVal is no relation, heehee, just the same bangs!)
My son has just confirmed that you are correct, Willow. Give yourself a good pat on the back! Sorry to hear about McVal.ReplyDelete
Oh, and I was just about to suggest it was an old coke-wrap...ReplyDelete