It's Saturday and this is the 4th day of my blogging marathon, I'm still here, posting away... Bloggers are notoriously quiet on Saturdays, they tend to go off and do other things... like have a bath, change their socks, restock the fridge... they filter back to the Blogosphere at 7pm [GMT] on a Sunday evening, refreshed and erudite. I know this, I have watched this phenomenon.
Anyhow, today I promised Mr LX and Nick that we would play charades; I will make this as simple as I can and describe the actions I am performing for each word or syllable and rather than doing the action for film or book etc, I will tell you.... otherwise this will get very silly. Right, here goes, please concentrate and fully engage imagination.
It's a film.
It has 3 words.
First word: I am making a 'T' sign with my index fingers.
Second word: I am stroking my earlobe [sounds like]. I have positioned both of my hands at either side of my head. My index fingers are pointing up, but the tips of these fingers are bent forwards. My body is now bent slightly forward and I am charging towards the wall.
Third word: First syllable: I am now strutting across the room and pointing at my chest area. I have now strutted across the room three times, still pointing at my chest area...
Third word: Second syllable: I am holding my hands together and then moving them apart [this means that I am lengthening the first syllable].
I hope this is clear. You are allowed to ask questions in the comment box, to which I can only answer yes or no.... unless you ask an unrelated question, i.e, Scarlet, what did you have for breakfast this morning? And then I may give you a food related answer.
To aid your efforts I may add a visual clue later in the day, just in case you are struggling.
To get us in the party game mood, here is a totally unrelated Youtube. This IS NOT a clue... yet it sort of fits... but don't let this remark distract you....
Wendy has guessed correctly!!! It is now her turn - this is Wendy's charade:-
Here's one, it's a film:
Opens whole hand 4 fingers and thumb. [Five Words]
Puts hands next to each other, palms facing down, then each hand simultaneously moves to draw a virtual circle. [Whole thing]
Pulls two dining room chairs and places them next to each other facing forward.
Sits on the right hand chair with hands in front, each clasping an invisible something. Then moves the hands slightly up and down keeping the distance between them the same.
Legs are stretched forward, feet sticking up, gradually lowering the right foot. Turns to look at the left hand chair.
Jumps to the left hand chair and waves left arm around, then picks nose, then moves to put both arms around the neck of the invisible person in the other chair and kisses them.
Well, I think this will have me puzzled for the rest of the day.... Sx