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'''Date''':  Day Date Month Year<br>
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'''Date''':  Sunday 24 August 2008<br>
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'''Time''':  8.00pm BST (specify whether GMT) <br>
 
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'''Venue''': To be arranged <br>
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'''Organiser''': Nexie Raviprakash
  
  
 
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Description of discussion theme here.
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This evening we will be playing our own version of the TV programme Call My Bluff. Each participant should come prepared with an unusual word which, hopefully, the other group members will not be familiar with. As well as the word, and its dictionary definition, two believable yet fake definitions should be brought. You might want to simply steal the definition of another word, or have fun inventing you own.
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We will take turns to present our chosen word, and the three definitions (one true and two bluffs.) It's up to everyone else to correctly identify the true definition.
  
  
 
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It might be wise to have two or even three words ready in case somebody bags yours before your turn, or we have time to spare for another round.
  
  
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Latest revision as of 21:35, 22 August 2008

"Call My Bluff" - 24 August 2008 at 8.00pm
Details Participants

Date: Sunday 24 August 2008
Time: 8.00pm BST (specify whether GMT)
Venue: To be arranged
Organiser: Nexie Raviprakash


Overview:

This evening we will be playing our own version of the TV programme Call My Bluff. Each participant should come prepared with an unusual word which, hopefully, the other group members will not be familiar with. As well as the word, and its dictionary definition, two believable yet fake definitions should be brought. You might want to simply steal the definition of another word, or have fun inventing you own.

We will take turns to present our chosen word, and the three definitions (one true and two bluffs.) It's up to everyone else to correctly identify the true definition.


Any other information:

It might be wise to have two or even three words ready in case somebody bags yours before your turn, or we have time to spare for another round.


Links:

Literature Discussion Group


1 Nexie Raviprakash
2 Scathach Rhiadra
3 Eshala Tabacznyk
4 Anton Sweetwater
5 Kickaha Wolfenhaut
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Notes from the event

After the event, add notes or a summary here


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