Writing Games

IMPROVISED CONGRATULATION. ( Joking.)
How can you imagine the birthday party without the funny and witty congratulations? Bring some happiness to one whose birthday it is – compose an improvised congratulation. The guests may compose it without difficulty. Ask every guest to say an adjective. Write down all these adjectives. Then take a text of the telegram of congratulation, which needs colourful additions. Say to the guests that you’re not responsible for the high artistic merit of this “work of art” and fill in the blanks in this telegram with the adjectives suggested by the guests.
Sample text of the telegram:
… John! All of us – your ….1…. friends – are very glad that you (so…2….) were born on this …3…. day! Taking a …4… opportunity we want to make a declaration of …5…. love and …6… devotion. There are no very many people so …7… like you. Let’s hope that our …8… life will not separate us and every … 9…year on this …10… day we’ll gather together around this …11… table. We wish you …12… health, …13… happiness, …14… years of life! Your …15… friends.

TELEGRAM. ( Joking.)
Write a short word on the sheet of paper. It may consist of 4, 5, 6 letters. Each player must make the advice to birthday girls of the telegram. Each word in this telegram must begin with the next in turn letter of this word.
c.f. We make the text of the telegram out of the word FIRE.
The first word begins with the letter F – Frank
The second with I – identified
The third with R – Roger
The fourth with E – erroneously
Frank identified Roger erroneously.

TELEGRAM. ( Joking.)
Name guess. Take first letters of a name and make adjectives or words describing that person. Mix up letters. For example, Inna = Natural, Nice, Imaginative, Adorable.

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