The Name Game

2nd October. By admin. Posted in Alternative.

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  1. The name game Seanie! Seanie, Seanie, bo-ba-nee Bo-na-na fan-na, fo-fa-nee Fee fi mo-ma-nee Seanie! Katie! Katie, Katie, bo-ba-tee Bo-na-na fan-na, fo-fa-nee Fee fi mo-may-tee Katie! Now, come on everybody I say now let's play a game I betcha I can make a rhyme Out of anybody's name The first letter of the name I treat it like it wasn't there. Reply
  2. Name Games are designed to help participants learn each other's names, begin conversations, and set everyone in the group at ease. It is always best to do a couple of these activities first before beginning other ice breakers or team building activities. Reply
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    Sep 20,  · "The Name Of The Game" was, as I recall, a very interesting and well-done "rotating" series that portrayed various and sundry well-known actors such as Gene Barry and Tony Franciosa as personnel connected with a well-known magazine. The peculiar thing was that this "fictional" magazine later became the real thing in life as we know it/10(12). Reply
  4. Mar 31,  · Name Game Songs with JONAH HILL & MORGAN FREEMAN - The Graham Norton Show on BBC AMERICA - Duration: BBC America , views. Reply
  5. Feb 08,  · Directed by Gail Lerner. With Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner. Dre picks a culturally significant name, while Junior asks Zoey's friend on a date/10(). Reply
  6. Dec 23,  · The Name Game (From "American Horror Story: Asylum"). Reply
  7. Aug 12,  · Describe Your Name: When people introduce themselves, ask them to talk about how they got their name (first or last name). Perhaps they were named after someone specific, or maybe their last name means something in an ancestral language. Fact or Fiction: Ask each person to reveal one true thing and one false when introducing themselves. The. Reply
  8. Lyrics to "The Name Game" by SHIRLEY ELLIS: The name game! / Shirley! / Shirley, Shirley bo Birley Bonana fanna fo Firley / Fee fy mo Mirley, Shirley! / Lincoln! / Lincoln, Lincoln bo Bincoln Bonana fanna fo Fincoln / Fee fy mo Mincoln, Lincoln! / Come on everybody! / I say now let's play a . Reply

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