Are you familiar with the game? I hadn’t heard of it until several years ago when we were building a house on Main Street. It was the house we were going to live in for the rest of our lives and the house my Dad helped in so many ways including laying 2,600 sq. ft. of slate tile, but that’s another story.
I was speaking of “Stink Pink”.
When we were building Main Street house, a man named Bob was working with Mike and taught us the game. We put in some long hours and this was one of the pastimes as we worked!
The rule is to give a hint that describes two rhyming words.
If the words have one syllable, you say “It’s a “Stink Pink“.
Two syllables- “Stinky Pinky”
Three syllables- Stinkity Pinkity” and so on!
An example of a “Stink Pink” is: A Large Feline. (A. Fat Cat)
An example of a “Stinky Pinky” is: A Comic Cottontail. (A. Funny Bunny)
A “Stinkity Pinkity” hint is: Okay, I’ve drawn a blank! Could someone come up with a three syllable “Stinkity Pinkity”?
So you get the idea. The words…
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