Scattergories at Blandford

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September's Fellowship Hour, at Blandford, was all about testing your brain power whilst at the same time having a good laugh playing the game Scattergories.

The object of the game was to answer as many questions from the provided sheet as you could in 2 minutes. Sounds easy doesn't it? But and there's always a but isn't there? Your answer had to begin with the letter shown on the dice that had been shaken and thrown by each participant in turn.

Also, when it came to marking the papers you only scored a point if you had something totally different to everyone else. Ruth, our winner by miles, was very adept at thinking outside the box.

When it came to the question about a nasty habit beginning with the letter P, it showed what kind of minds we all had, because each of us had put Picking your nose. Oh dear!

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