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SPOON, SPOON

THIS GAME WORKS BEST WHEN TWO PEOPLE ONLY KNOW HOW
THE GAME WORKS. ONE PERSON WHO KNOWS THE GAME
LEAVES THE ROOM. THE OTHER PERSON WHO KNOWS THE
GAME HOLDS THE SPOON. NOW THE PERSON WHO HAS THE
SPOON EXPLAINS TO THE GROUP THAT SHE IS GOING TO HAVE
ONE PERSON LOOK INTO THE SPOON AND ONE PERSON ONLY.
THE PERSON WHO WENT OUT IS GOING TO HAVE TO GUESS
WHO LOOKED INTO THE SPOON. SHE THEN SHOWS THE
PERSON THE SPOON, SITS DOWN EXACTLY LIKE THE PERSON
THAT SHE HAD LOOK INTO THE SPOON (IN THE SAME EXACT
POSITION), AND THEN INVITES THE PERSON BACK INTO THE
ROOM. THE PERSON IMMEDIATELY GUESSES WHO LOOKED
IN THE SPOON BECAUSE OF THE WAY EVERYONE IS SITTING.
IT IS NOW UP TO THE GROUP TO DETERMINE HOW THAT PERSON
COULD GUESS WHO LOOKED INTO THE SPOON SO EASILY.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SAGINAW

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Bodily Activity Song: Game, Pastime, Sport
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