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Debating Society For Juniors
on 1 January 2014
As games go, this couldn't be much simpler. The judge picks a green card, the players have five red cards each, and must pick one that most closely "goes with" the green card. It encourages debate, lateral thinking and friendly argument between all members of the family, as you try to convince the judge that "dirt" goes with "silent" better than "movie theater".
As suggested elsewhere, there are many Americanisms in this game, but there are soooo many cards that this really doesn't matter. As with all the best games, you can tailor the rules to your own making, so that the game is as easy or as short as necessary. Best of all, because there's no board, it can go anywhere.