Non-association game

On the way to a Hanukkah party, Drew and I invented a silly game. We took turns saying random-sounding things: "tree", "Gorbachev", "sawdust", "blue", "question mark", "cranberry", "stumble", etc. After a few rounds, we decided on a rule: what you say can't be associated with the what the other player just said. For example, "Gandalf" can't be followed by "the One Ring", and "speeding ticket" can't be followed by "asphalt".

One Response to “Non-association game”

  1. Gids Says:

    I often play this game in times of boredom, it’s called word dis-association, a more crazy varient of association.