Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Yeah, I wish it made more sense too.

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the Three Letter Acronym game
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A game where players move round the board and land on spaces such as 'Disease', 'Band', 'Secret Society', 'Chocolate bar' 'Song' etc , they draw a card which has three letters on it. They then have to make up a song title (for instance) based on those three letters. For the rest of the game whoever lands on that square has to say the song title, disease or whatever. If they can't remeber they lose a turn. If they get it right they get a token for that category. Whoever collects all the tokens first wins.
simonj, Jul 17 2003


DeathNinja, Jul 18 2003

       MFD. AMF. WMD.
phoenix, Jul 18 2003

       Cute. +
phundug, Jul 18 2003

       I'm really sorry but I see no educational value to this game and I'm afraid I'd come away from it with a feeling like I'd just watched a sitcom
mack2, Jan 02 2004

       OMG. Good show [+]
Letsbuildafort, Jan 02 2004

       BMA <think back, it's an Alan Patridge-ism>. +
jonthegeologist, Jan 02 2004

       you could play this now with a home-made category spinner and a bag of scrabble tiles
BunsenHoneydew, Mar 17 2004

       "They're BTO. They were Canada's answer to ELP. Their big hit was TCB...That was how we talked back in the 70s; we didn't have a moment to spare!" - Homer Simpson + (yes I know this is an old idea)
Spacecoyote, Nov 15 2007

       Don't let the fact that it's an old idea stop you from annotating...I freqently seek out old ideas just to annotate them.
simonj, Nov 15 2007

       OBG! FFA! HAB!
jhomrighaus, Nov 15 2007

       btw, b-u-n +
xandram, Nov 15 2007


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