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Oh I love this take on the photo. It's a great memory.
I remember that party game - the piece does look like more unnatural poses
Love your game! Seems so logical now that you put it this way..
Very clever take on the prompt. I remember that game!
There once was a game called twisterThat I would play for hours with my sister...reading your words is a joy,I smiled at your work.well done, keep it up.
And what a great photo you found to add to the contortions...
Fun Magpie, I was playing Twister with my kids over Christmas, the muscles still ache!
nice imageit reminds my childhood wrestlings with my sister.
Ha! Love it.
ouch!blisters are surely a little beyond the call of duty.Great fun.
My children loved to play Twister! Coming to look at your new blog now.
I like the levity in this one! It does look like Twister!
Delightful. Thank you for making me smile.
I like the rhyme in this, Kathe. Nice take on the prompt.
Kathew,It does remind me of twister now that you mention it... and so cleverly penned to boot!rel
That was a sweet limerick. Thank you for the kind words about my mother. She was also 65, she died on the 18th of December two days before her birthday. I am still in shock and trying to cope. I miss her terribly.
Loved that game! Thanks for the smiles and prompting the memories.
Ha ha--what a great, er, "twist." (I loved that game; we played it for hours, too)
great use of the prompt!
hahahhah.. sweet!!I wonder who came out "successful"!! :))
Yest that does remind me of the game Twister too now that you've written that~
I'm too old to twist anything but words!
You certainly ended upin rather a muddle! I hope you all un-twisted later.
I was the best spectator of that game!
You saw through the prompt to something very funny.
Such a lovely take on the prompt. Very clever. When I read 'twister' I immediately thought of all the other things I could have come up with including 'contortionist'!!
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