And now for something new! A variant of しりとり that I just came up with (nothing’s really new under the sun so I’m sure someone else came up with this before me)
Here’s the rules:
Just like しりとり, but come up with a pair of words.
The first word follows the same rules as しりとり, the first character/mora must be the same as the previous person’s last character/mora (of the first word).
The second word is reversed, so it must end with the same character/mora that the last person’s second word started with.
It’s “recursive” because your two words “fit” in between the previous two.
Choosing words that end in ん is still game over obviously
Meaning is optional but please provide kana
Seems like it could be fun but there’s only one way to find out, I’ll start
魚 ~ 時間
さかな ~ じかん
and yeah, I believe there’s a tiny mistake with person 2.
by person 2, you mean you? ひらがな さかな？
lol, but really I was wondering about the 2nd person as well…
Your first word needs to start with the end of their first word.
Your second word needs to end with the start of their second word.
Basically if their words are A and B, your words fit in between, like so:
A - B
A A’ - B’ B
A A’ A’’ - B’’ B’ B
And so forth. Untill we reach some kind of exciting middle.
Your entry has these steps backwards. Words that end with ん still remain an instant lose condition.
Japanese-style bread crumbs ~ face
My brain HURTS but I DID IT.
kitten ~ squid
Koichi 〜 love
Edit: does Koichi pronounce it こいち or こういち？
today ~ teacher
exercise ～ Imperial Palace
Next month - crocodile
to eat ~ UFO
(edit: omg @carolk I just realized I messed the う・ユ up, my bad!!)