You have to post a word with ABSOLUTELY NO CONNECTION to the previous word posted. It's harder than it looks...
If someone can see a connection between the word posted by the previous person and the word before them, then they should post the connection and restart with a new word. Points will be awarded for bizarreness of challenge. Here is a quote from wikipedia (from I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue):
"Word for Word" is a word disassociation game: players may say any word as long as it has no connection whatsoever to the previous word. This is surprisingly difficult to do. [...]
This game produces amazing strings of nonsense. [...] words may be deemed connected based on bizarre and tortuous chains of association. For example, in one episode, a player said "cardigan" and the next "pier". Another then said "Cardigan has a pier" and was corrected: "Cardigan was a peer". One of the next few words was "pullover", and was buzzed because "you can pull over to see Cardigan's pier".
I'll start you off:
Edited by user_unknown, 06 June 2006 - 05:04 PM.