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  • NSD GAME | 2 Words

    HAPPY NSD WEEKEND!!!

    To help kick start this weekends celebrations I have a super fun and easy game for you to participate in.

    Okidoki, the important stuff.... the how to...

    1. I'll post 2 words eg. FRENCH BREAD
    2. The next person after me also has to pick two words to post BUT it has to start off with my second word... eg. BREAD PUDDING
    3. And the cycle continues, the next person picks 2 words and uses the second word from above... eg PUDDING CAKE...


    ANNNNND.... anyone who participates in this 2 WORDS game throughout our weekend-long NSD celebration (May 1 -thru- May 6, 2020; all games must be entered by 11:59pm ET on Wed 5/6) will be entered in to win a $5 coupon code to spend in my shop Rachel Hodge !

    So let's get on started then, here's my word... CHICKEN PIE



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    Last edited by Laura Passage; 05-01-2020, 11:35 AM.

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    Love these kind of games! Happy NSD xx

    Pie Dish

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      Dish Towel

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        Towel rail

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          RAIL TRACK

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            Track & Field

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              Field Day


              I love that this particular pair of words can mean so many different things .... when I was a kid it meant playing structured games (think 'picnic games', like three-legged race, water balloon toss, etc.) outside during the last week of school, but when I was in the Air Force it meant sprucing up the outside of our work building ... pulling weeds, washing windows, that sort of thing. I'm curious if anyone has other interpretations; if you do, please share in the comments!

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              • corrin
                corrin commented
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                we use it to mean a combination of "having a great time" and "have at it!" - so "they were having a field day sorting out her wardrobe" (they were having a great time as they got stuck in to sorting out stuff).

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              Day Watch

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                Watch Man

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                  Man Overboard

                  First Observe ~ Then Serve

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                    Overboard MOVIE

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                      Movie Night
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                        Night Off

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                          Off Season

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                            Season Finale

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