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TOPIC: Name game with a TWist
Created by: ArrPee
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This is a little more challenging than the last name game.

Name a famous person, living or dead, fictional or real, but it needs to be someone recognizable. For instance, Suzanne Pleshette (Bob Newhart show).

The next person takes the first TWO letters of the last name, in this case "PL" and has to name another person, for example: Pluto Nash

The next person would come up with a name using "Na"

I'll start it off with:

Lucille Ball

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Crocodile Dundee

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Betty Crocker, who I would also like give a 'thank you' to for all the snakn' treats.

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arnie becker (LA Law)

sorry peacelove, it's two words as i know it and in web searches. so you may remain "blue" (heh, blue gumby) temporarily.

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Bea Arthur- who was a swinger/living sexy lady, I might add. You can google it Scandle.

No offense meant to NJbifemme on the snake-eyes post. Snake-eyes is 1 word though and I'll get blue over this in hurry if ya'll don't see things my way.

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valerie bertinelli

(thank you, scandle, that's what i was referring to. showing my age & the fact that it wasn't all Barbie & Ken for me as a young girl)

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peacelove, When in doubt you should Google it! I found this entry on Wiki: Snake Eyes (also released as Snake-Eyes) is a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books, and cartoon series. Since the game allows names of fictional characters, it was completely admissible. ******************************************************************** Brenda Vaccaro

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Snoopy Brown from Peanuts by Charles Schulz

Bypassing snake eyes. Who is snake eyes? The guy who hangs out in the back corner of the bar and lends money w/ a vig premium? This isn't a cop out since I've got Eyob Britton.

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snake eyes

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Wesley Snipes....mmmm

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Mae West

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TOPIC: Name game with a TWist