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I know it's not going to happen before I die that everyone
takes off their clothes and dances poetic gestural sign
language poses with eachother but it is nice to dream. The
goal of this twister game would be to develop a whole body
naked gestural sign language. You could start by spinning
letters and then spelling them out by contacting a grid on
floor at all the contact points in the letter you got. Got an
Put your left arm on A3, your left foot on A1 and your right
foot on B1. Then try to do the rest of the letters in a word
with other body parts eventually coming out with a final
shape that signifies the word. No wait a minute that
work at all. So maybe you could draw... oh I don't know.
it would just be pretty cool to have a bunch of naked
communicating in full body sign language on a twister mat.
[JesusHChrist, Dec 22 2007]
||It's fun to stay at the...
||// Put your left arm on A3, your left foot on A1 and your right foot on B1// ...and then sink the ol' battleship?.
||Learn to spell naked. [-]
||Edit: Tense a different word, and I guess you've got this idea in a nutshell. :)
||<party pooper> [mfd -edited in deference to [jutta]] Let's all... get naked. Not that I don't see the appeal, but there's not much idea to it, really, is there? </party pooper>
||Not much, but there's a core of "map alphabet to twister positions" that I've never heard of before. The nudity is important to the author, but the idea works without it.
||What is the point of this idea again?
<It would of course be performed by the Swedish beach volley ball team>, Oh well + from me.
||I think we would develop a lot of synonyms for 'Hey baby, let's shag.'
||I think this brings up a lot of questions... Most of which involve questions about the spelling of sexually suggestive words and phrases... such as "Sink the ol' Battleship." and "Left arm on A3"