"Picture Consequences" or "Chinese Whispers" for grown ups: player A writes down a phrase; player B illustrates it with a picture; player C tries to work out the phrase from player B's picture; player D illustrates player C's picture, and so on.
So a boringly successful round looks like this:
"Richard drank a lot of red wine"
"Richard got sick on wine".
However, when someone tried to introduce theology into the proceedings, things became more surreal:
"In the beginning, God created the world..."
"Biggles is on his way to destroy the world..."
And politics becomes positively profound:
"Clegg and Cameron formed a coalition that was doomed to failure..."
"The surgeons tried to separate the conjoined twins, but both died."
There was a point to this, but it has temporarily escaped your chroniclers mind.
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