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Play the Name Game

I have so much fun playing the different games on people's blogs...I thought I would give one a whirl myself.

My hubby and I play this one a lot on long car rides. Makes the time go quick and it is fun.

The rules are simple. I say a famous person's name...you say the name of someone whose first name starts with the first letter of the last name of the person I said.

Example:

Me: Brad Pitt
You: Paul Newman
Me: Nathaniel Hawthorne


You can use any famous person you want...actor, author, athlete, historical figure.

The person must be real...not fictional. Feel free to post pics too!
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  • Jan Haskell 2014/09/11 17:47:05
    Jan Haskell
    +4
    Cary Grant
    cary grant
  • Hopscotch 2014/09/11 17:04:31
    Hopscotch
    +5
    Sue Carol

    Sue Carol
  • Tamara McMillan 2014/09/11 16:02:17
    Tamara McMillan
    +6
    Sidney Sheldon
    Sidney Sheldon
  • BrokenDevilDog 2014/09/11 13:55:12
    BrokenDevilDog
    +5
    Brandt Snedeker brandt snedeker
  • BrokenDevilDog 2014/09/11 13:54:52
    BrokenDevilDog
    +1
    Brandt Snedeker brandt snedeker
  • SW BrokenD... 2014/09/11 16:32:41
    SW
    +3
    Simon LeBon
    Simon Labon
  • Marianne SW 2014/09/11 18:59:07
    Marianne
    Ouch, you should have entered a new message.

    Try again and have fun.
  • Marianne BrokenD... 2014/09/11 18:57:57
    Marianne
    Oops, it should have been a M., like, for instance, regretted actor Michel Simon, and your follower could have gone on with Simon Le Bon ...

    Have fun!
  • BrokenD... Marianne 2014/09/11 19:14:01
    BrokenDevilDog
    +1
    I know. I looked at the most raved one instead. sorry.
  • Marianne BrokenD... 2014/09/11 19:31:03
    Marianne
    That is o.k., you can correct your entries in case of need (blue box "edit").

    And before entering your celebrity, check that you are on the first page (under the top comment) and click "update", just in case - sometimes, several answers may come in at the same time.

    I had to cancel or correct answers repeatedly, simply because 1 - 3 participants were faster.

    Have fun!
  • lynette.constable 2014/09/11 11:57:18
    lynette.constable
    +4
    Tammy Fay Messer (formerly Baker)
    Tammy Fae Baker
  • Dani 2014/09/11 11:27:17 (edited)
    Dani
    +5
    Lynn Tilton

    Lynn Tilton
  • fooley177 2014/09/11 10:57:22
    fooley177
    +5
    Lou Albano, the most underrated performer in entertainment history, Captain Lou.
  • Jedi Master Ashakta Li 2014/09/11 09:43:13 (edited)
    Jedi Master  Ashakta Li
    +4
    A. J. Lee (WWE ) (April Jeanette Mendez ) Longest reigning Divas Champion in WWE history aj lee
  • Jedi Master Ashakta Li 2014/09/11 09:39:36
    Jedi Master  Ashakta Li
    +4
    Lynn Anderson lynn anderson
  • Deppaholic 2014/09/11 09:38:14
    Deppaholic
    +3
    Beyoncé Knowles

    Beyonc  Knowles
  • JamesChevyII 2014/09/11 08:36:06
    JamesChevyII
    +3
    Lucifer,
    Lucifer (/ˈluːsɪfər/ or /ˈljuːsɪfər/) is the King James Version rendering of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל in Isaiah 14:12.[1] This word, transliterated hêlêl[1] or heylel,[2] occurs only once in the Hebrew Bible[1] and according to the KJV-influenced Strong's Concordance means "shining one, morning star, Lucifer".[2] The word Lucifer is taken from the Latin Vulgate,[3] which translates הֵילֵל as lucifer,[Isa 14:12][4][5] meaning "the morning star, the planet Venus", or, as an adjective, "light-bringing".[6] The Septuagint renders הֵילֵל in Greek as ἑωσφόρος[7][8][9][10][11] (heōsphoros),[12][13][14] a name, literally "bringer of dawn", for the morning star lucifer
  • lynette... JamesCh... 2014/09/11 11:51:44
    lynette.constable
    +2
    This is supposed to be famous people that ACTUALLY EXIST. No mythological creatures here.
  • SW JamesCh... 2014/09/11 16:33:59
    SW
    +1
    But how many hit points does he have?
  • Marianne JamesCh... 2014/09/11 18:43:03 (edited)
    Marianne
    +1
    Sorry, but the game rules insist indeed on real persons, not fictional ones.

    There are quite a few real "L" people, who appear less often, for instance Lucrezia Borgia (for historical celebrities), Lewis Carroll (writers) or Liv Ullmann, Laurence Olivier and Lucy Lawless (for movies and TV) ...

    And for comments and funny events, you can enter an answer to yourself or to one of the entries by the other participants.

    Thank you and have fun.

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