Can we suspend all activity on the forums, please?


#61

In soccer practice in my experience.


#62

Of course we have a swimming pool. A really tiny one in our bathroom!


#63

That makes sense. Never played soccer, but I was on the swim team. Hence the completely different Sharks and Minnows experience. Though it does seem that playing it while running should require a different name. Maybe Lions and Antelope…


#64

https://www.playworks.org/game-library/sharks-and-minnows/


#65

Don’t be silly. You play Lions and Antelope in a lake! :wink:

The Sharks and Minnows game goes by other names. Sometimes I’ve heard it called Spiders and Flies.


#66

usually in the key of “E”


#67

Ugh. Too many sharps. Let’s move it up a half-step to the key of F. Easier to play. Just one flat, then.


#68

These controversial topics are starting to get me riled up. Let’s take it back to the “safe” topics. T-Shirts, for example. Cotton blend, or pure synthetic?


#69

You mean politics and religion?
WDW vs DL?
Plastic straws?


#70

I mean, yes. But I was going for the T-shirts discussion.


#71

Okay. On second thought, what if the safe T-shirt discussion turns a bit dicey. Like posting something like this:

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#72

My bad, clearly i didn’t give @mousematt post the attention it deserved


#73

Wait. Is that an oxymoron?


#74


#75

Trouble is with these examples, it is really a discussion of Grammar disguised as a T-shirt discussion…and grammar was clearly NOT on the safe topics list. So, it is all quite confusing.


#76

You’re right, it could quickly devolve into an argument about American vs British spelling.


#77

Oh, that’s not controversial at all, and completely safe, I’m sure. I think @mousematt just forgot to include it.


#78

380

This should be safe


#79

I don’t know. I’m feeling triggered.


#80

That symbol is a major part of drug culture. And wholly inappropriate on a family-oriented website such as this.