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PST

Play the licence plate game. Emphasis on the word ‘game’ for those who feel I make too many ‘rules’. (mutter..mutter..)

23 Responses to “PST”

  1. JA says:

    I wanted to play ‘imposition’ as a nod to my work in newspapers. But alas, Rule 3.
    Spastic

  2. Mom says:

    repast

  3. Mom says:

    imposter

  4. Mom says:

    apostle

  5. Mom says:

    apostrophe
    apostate

  6. Mom says:

    composition

  7. JA says:

    this one is a lot tougher than you might first think. Half of Ma’s plays flaunt Rule 3. I figure if you can drop the prefix and still have a real live word then it shouldn’t be played. Have fun with the challenge of it.

  8. Mom says:

    I don’t think any of my words “flaunt ” rule 3.
    The last half may be a word of its own but with the prefix, they are completely new words.

    Supposition

  9. randy says:

    upstart

  10. randy says:

    repast

  11. Mom says:

    Hey Randy. I already said repast. Try again! but I do like upstart

  12. Lynda says:

    where are my answers?

  13. Lynda says:

    deposit
    grapeshot
    liposuction
    juxtaposition Rule 3 – JA

    trying one more time – if I was paranoid I would think that JA has rigged a blocker

  14. JA says:

    grapeshot and liposuction are what this game is all about :)
    Good plays Lynda

  15. Lynda says:

    these “may” be common prefixes but these
    are “real” words

    decomposition
    exposition
    imposition

    -still looking for the loop hole

  16. JA says:

    LOL – if I see one more “position” word played I’m turning this car around, and then you’ll be sorry….

  17. JA says:

    …and it has nothing to do with being a REAL word or not. I invented my rules to stretch my brain. Any of us can come up with a word and then spew infinite variables by changing the prefix (or suffix for that matter). The point is to make your brain go in different directions, do gymnastics, think differently. LIPOSUCTION – brilliant! GRAPESHOT – genius!
    And the loop-hole is finding the prefix that uses the letter. Ma’s play “Supposition” is the only one that makes the cut.

  18. Lynda says:

    well that explains it – game on!

  19. Lynda says:

    opposite

  20. Lynda says:

    typeset

  21. Mom says:

    Lynda. You go girl!!!!

  22. Lynda says:

    Thanks Mom!

  23. Mom says:

    riposte
    lipstick

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