Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I'll try 18 letter words for ten points each.
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Using modern voice recognition technology I believe this would be a fairly easy game to create as a cellphone app.

The players attempt to properly pronounce a series of increasingly long words, starting with fairly easy words such as "prognostication" and "acclimatization," and getting harder with each round. The word is shown in its written form and the person has a very short amount of time to pronounce it perfectly. They then pass the phone to the next person.

The words would not just increase in amount of letters but in difficulty to pronounce. "Characteristically" for instance has the same amount of letters as "cerebrohepatorenal" but one is obviously a tongue twister while the other is not so they'd be distributed by their difficulty.

The person who can pronounce the most words correctly wins, which will be a great consolation prize to feel good about while sitting home without a date on a Saturday night.

doctorremulac3, Feb 14 2018


       Are you drunk again Ian? You get feisty when you're drunk.
doctorremulac3, Feb 14 2018

       Hmm. Telling somebody to fall asleep isn't creepy as all.   

       Does thinking correctly include using correct punctuation?   

       Ok, weird joke. Not sure if that worked.   

       Oh well, I tried.
doctorremulac3, Feb 14 2018

       I'll tell you what's an illusion, things like PH making an F sound, and silent letters.   

       We need a revolution to get rid of all that stuff.   

       Excuse, me, stuf.
doctorremulac3, Feb 15 2018


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