Another related game: Illuninati. Similar to Think About It except you are given 2 completely different topics and you have to connect them to each other in a wild conspiracy rant. This game goes by a number of names, but as the name my friends and I call it suggests it combines the elements of the games Pictonary and Telephone. The game starts by each player getting a stack of papers, one paper for each player. On the first paper, the first player writes a prompt, the prompts can be simple, silly, bizarre, or inside jokes usually prompts that are slightly complex are the most fun; e. Once everyone has completed this step, everyone passes their entire stack one to their right.
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. A Utah mom inadvertently sparked a fire when she threw a Japanese-themed birthday party for her daughter, Caitlyn, and posted about it on her blog. Tumblr somehow got a hold of it, and some users started dragging the mom for encouraging racism. One commentator, who happened to be Japanese, however, came in to set the record straight, and it was pretty much the mic drop of the century. Do you dress up as people from other countries in order to make fun of them?
The Yahoo-owned microblogging service has unveiled a new GIF creation tool as part of its mobile app; the feature is currently available for iOS users and will be introduced for Android soon. The new functionality allows users to make short animations from burst photos and videos they take or already have stored away on their phones. With the update, Tumblr should better be able to compete with a cottage industry of third-party apps— including Giphy Cam , a recent entry from popular GIF search engine Giphy—which offers GIF creation and targets teen and millennial users. According to Tumblr, more than 23 million GIFs are posted to the site each day, and a majority of those are posted through mobile devices. By Neal Ungerleider 1 minute Read.
Years ago, I wrote a short blog about saying yes to your child every once in a while. Go ahead. But then again, I could think of a few.