|No. of Players:||1+|
|Type of Game:||written or spoken|
|What you need:||pen & paper or nothing|
To complete the speaker's statement with a suitable word.
How to play
Players think of sentences that match dialogue to the last word of the sentence, usually by way of a pun. By convention, the hypothetical speaker of these sentences is named Tom. Alternatively, one player passes out a list of adverbs and verbs to other players and asks them to provide appropriate dialogue. Or vice versa: a player passes out dialogue and asks players to think of an adverb or verb what would appropriately end the sentence.
Another variation of this game is Say My Name.
A group of seven players write the following seven sentences:
- "I always use two layers of mulch," Tom repeated.
- "You should emphasize that font," said Tom boldly.
- "Hand me the flashlight," said Tom lightly.
- "I lived for two years in South Korea's capital," said Tom soulfully.
- "This is a 17th century etching plate," said Tom acidly.
- "They overthrew the government," Tom cooed.
- "You'll get thrown by that horse," Tom nagged.