Thursday, 09 December 2004 16:35


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This was always a fun games to play. Start out with as many teams as you want (at least two) the more the better. Give each team some thing small and of little value (i.e. plastic cup). Send them off in different directions around the neighborhood and tell them what time they need to be back. While going around the neighborhood they need to knock on doors and ask the person whether they have something bigger (larger in size) or better (worth more) than whatever it is that they have. Then they trade. Just keep doing this until times up It's really interesting what some people will give you. It ranges to anything everything from an old computer to clothes to cash. One time we even got an old car that actually still worked.

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