I LIKE MY MEN/WOMEN LIKE I LIKE MY ...BLANK

New game…
Eample: I like my men like I like my ____: _____ and _____

Here’s how it goes…

I say an object and the next person fills in the sentence and then chooses another object. We are so creative…let em roll:

Here’s an example: One poster says:

I like my men like I like my lamps: bright and easy to turn on.

New word - Computer

Next poster says:

I like my men like I like computers - programmable and easy to turn on

Your turn now

new word - KITTENS

I like my men like I like kittens - soft and fluffy and fun to play with

new word - Coffee

I like my men like I like coffee … strong and black

new word - telephone

I like my men like I like my telephone…Keep ringing the changes (not true honest!!)

New word - Chicken

I like my me like I like my chicken, hot and spicy and tasty.
New word Chocolate

I like my men like I like chocolate - tempting and indulgent

New word ;spaghetti

I like my men like I like spaghetti - stringy and al-dente

new Word: dogs

I like my men like I like dogs - as in the style!!! (sorry!!)

New word: crunchie

Debs I am shocked!!!

I like my men like I like crunchie - sweet and sticky in the middel

New word: pillow

I like my men like I like my pillow - able to knock into shape and supportive

New word

Purse

I like my men like I like my pillow - something behind me for support

new word: trumpet

I like my men like I like my purse - bulging

I am NOT doing trumpet, this could get very naughty!!!

New word - cornflakes

Boring!!!

I like my men like I like my cornflakes - first thing in the morning!!!

New word - television

i like my man like i like my cornflakes - satisfying in the morning

new word - car

i like my men like i like my television - turn them off when they get boring

new word - car

I like my men like I like my car - smooth acceleration yet powerful thrust

new word - thunder

I like my men like I like thunder - from under the duvet

new word - beach

I like my men like I like the beach - full of old rubbish and covered in sea water

new word, cath???

I do beg your pardon!!

Let’s see…yoghurt!