Posted by Salli (Scanlan) Starkey (+235) 15 years ago
Change one letter of the last word posted.
You can NOT add letters or use foreign languages..
(example: foot - boot - bout)

boat
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
boat = boar
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
boar => bear
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Posted by MCGirl (+298) 15 years ago
Bear = Bean
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
Bean = Mean
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
Mean to Meal
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
Meal => Meat
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
Meat to Melt
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Posted by Tina Bean (+415) 15 years ago
melt = Pelt
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Posted by Dean Henman (+24) 15 years ago
pelt = Delt
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Posted by Russell Bonine (+246) 15 years ago
Delt = Deli
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
Deli -> Dell
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Dell - Bell
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Posted by Salli (Scanlan) Starkey (+235) 15 years ago
Bell - Belt
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Belt -> Felt
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
Felt to Fell
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
Fell to Fall to Ball to Bail

okay I'll give someone else a shot now.
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Posted by RT&JenBo9 (+56) 15 years ago
Bail => Boil
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
Boil=Coil
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
COIL => FOIL
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Posted by Tina Bean (+415) 15 years ago
foil= fail
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Posted by Art Jacobsen (+53) 15 years ago
fail = hail

[This message has been edited by Art Jacobsen (edited 7/18/2006).]
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Posted by Ted Stein (+98) 15 years ago
hail --> mail
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Mail - Tail
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
Tail to Rail
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
Rail to Sail
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Posted by Russell Bonine (+246) 15 years ago
Sail to Soil
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Posted by steve Larson (+31) 15 years ago
Soil to Boil
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
Boil -> Foil


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tin foil is handy too:
http://zapatopi.net/afdb/
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
Foil = Fool
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
Fool = Cool
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
Cool - Coop
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
coop = cook
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
cook to look
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
look to book
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Book to Boot
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
boot to boon
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
boon-moon
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
MOON => LOON
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Posted by Ben (+116) 15 years ago
Loon to Soon
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
soon = soot
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Posted by Gary Bonine (+97) 15 years ago
soot => toot
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
toot to trot
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
trot to trod
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
trod to prod
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
prod=plod
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
plod - plow
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
PLOW => FLOW
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
flow -> flop

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Good game Salli - thanks for starting it.

[This message has been edited by Hal Neumann (edited 7/20/2006).]
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Flop - Flip
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
Flip to Flit
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Flit - Flat
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Posted by mom (+71) 15 years ago
flat-flaw
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Posted by Dave Golterman (+243) 15 years ago
flaw to flan
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Posted by Matt Schmitz (+92) 15 years ago
flan = clan
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6014) 15 years ago
clan - clay
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
clay = play
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
PLAY => PLAN
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
plan to plat
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Plat to Plot
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
plot=clot
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Posted by Bridgier (+9195) 15 years ago
Clot -> oops, *THAT* won't work

Clot -> Clop
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
clop=clap
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
clap - clip
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
clip = slip
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Slip - Ship
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Posted by Toni Campbell Tivy (+143) 15 years ago
Oooohh, it's so tempting to add a "T", but

Ship=Shop
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Posted by Ben (+116) 15 years ago
Ok...I'll add the "T"

Shop to Shot

Ben
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
shot = shod
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
shod - shoe
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
shoe -> sloe*

*the fruit or gin - not witted
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
sloe->slough
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
Richard - you screwed it up - go back to the top and read the instructions!


sloe - slow
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 15 years ago
slow to snow
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Posted by RT&JenBo9 (+56) 15 years ago
snow => snob
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Posted by rosemary (+64) 15 years ago
snob > boss

[This message has been edited by rosemary (edited 7/22/2006).]

[This message has been edited by rosemary (edited 7/22/2006).]
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
can you move the letters around like that????

BOSS => BOGS
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
I don't think so. Let's get this game back on track.

snob=knob
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
knob -> know
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
KNOW => KNOT
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Posted by Ted Stein (+98) 15 years ago
KNOT - KNIT
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
KNIT => SNIT
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
SNIT => SNIP
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Posted by Shu (+1795) 15 years ago
SNIP > SNAP
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
snap=snag
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
SNAG => SNUG
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Posted by Russell Bonine (+246) 15 years ago
Snug => Slug
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Posted by Gary Bonine (+97) 15 years ago
slug - slum
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Posted by ssommerfeld (+21) 15 years ago
slum => slim
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Posted by Barbara B. Anderson (+27) 15 years ago
slim to slid
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Posted by Ted Stein (+98) 15 years ago
Slid >> Slip
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Posted by carrie (+9) 15 years ago
Boat to Coat
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
slip -> blip
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Blip - Clip
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
clip -flip
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
clip -flip
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
clip -flip (geez-sorry guys, one of those mornings. ugh)

[This message has been edited by jackie (edited 7/24/2006).]
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
flip = flop
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
so does the game end when one matches the first entry?

flop - slop
[This message has been edited by jackie (edited 7/24/2006).]

[This message has been edited by jackie (edited 7/24/2006).]
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
Slop - Slot
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
slot = plot
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Plot --> Ploy

Might have been interesting to try it with a rule that you couldn't reuse a word that had been used already. This one can go on forever just recycling words.
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
PLOY => PLAY
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
play=pray
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Posted by Cindy (+39) 15 years ago
pray - tray
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
tray --> fray
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Posted by Bill Freese (+479) 15 years ago
fray -> gray
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
gray => gram
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Posted by Russell Bonine (+246) 15 years ago
gram => cram
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
cram = clam
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
clam=clad
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
clad - glad
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Posted by mom (+71) 15 years ago
glad-grad
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
GRAD => GRAB
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
grab=grub
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
grub - grue
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
grue -> true



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Re: grue

Thanks Jackie - that's a word I'd never encountered before.
http://dict.die.net/grue/
http://en.wikipedia.org/w...ue_(color)
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
true - tree
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
tree - free

to Hal... no problem. actually, i had to go searching for that one too. Phew! You can thank my dear mother and her crossword puzzle addiction.
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Posted by Salli (Scanlan) Starkey (+235) 15 years ago
free - flee
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Flee --> Flea
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
flea => plea
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
plea=pled
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
pled -> pleu
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okay, I don't know if this will count. I was just trying to find one for Jackie that was the equal of grue
http://www.urbandictionar...?term=pleu
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if it seems too bogus, then I'll go with:
pled -> sled
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Posted by Ted Stein (+98) 15 years ago
sled -> slew
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
slew => slow
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Posted by Matt Hom (+117) 15 years ago
Slow --> Slop
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
slop - slot

(gosh Hal, i don't think they went for it. nice try though.)
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
slot= snot
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
snot --> snit
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
snit -> snut

if you're not that adventurous, then we can go the mundane route:

snit -> snip

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But I do like snut, seems like it could be a handy word:
http://www.urbandictionar...?term=snut
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>>(gosh Hal, i don't think they went for it. nice try though.)

Jackie . . . I'd say that some folks are just so snut, but I don't want to offend anyone and cause problems
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
snut => snug
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
snug=slug
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
slug - slum
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
slum=scum
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Posted by Gary Bonine (+97) 15 years ago
scum-scam
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Posted by Girl Scout mom (+107) 15 years ago
scam - slam
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
slam=slim
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Posted by Bridgier (+9195) 15 years ago
slim => slit
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
slit=spit
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 15 years ago
I wonder how many permutations we have to go through before we've covered all the four letter words in the English language?

spit -> guano....no, no, that's Spanish. How about spit -> spat.
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
spat => spar
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
spar - scar
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Posted by donlarose (+26) 15 years ago
scar--star
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Posted by donlarose (+26) 15 years ago
scar--star
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 15 years ago
star=stab
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Posted by Tom Hoffmann (+41) 15 years ago
stab - stay
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
stay - slay
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
slay - sway
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Posted by Salli (Scanlan) Starkey (+235) 15 years ago
sway - away
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
away - abay

As in: "abay \A*bay"\ ([.a]*b[=a]"), n. [OF. abay barking.]
Barking; baying of dogs upon their prey. See Bay. [Obs.]
Source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, c 1996, 1998
MICRA, Inc."
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 15 years ago
abay -> eBay
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Posted by SueBo9Henderson (+25) 15 years ago
eBay-easy
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
easy - east
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
east => last
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Posted by SueBo9Henderson (+25) 15 years ago
last-past
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
past-fast

*Barb & Sue-it's so nice to see you girls playing together.

[This message has been edited by Richard Bonine, Jr (edited 8/9/2006).]
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
fast - fist
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
FIST => MIST
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
mist - mast
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Posted by Matt Hom (+117) 15 years ago
mast----cast
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Cast --> Cyst
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
cyst - cost
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Posted by kent fandrich (+113) 15 years ago
cost - lost
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Posted by Girl Scout mom (+107) 15 years ago
lost - loft
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Loft --> Soft
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 15 years ago
soft -> foot

Now that we're back to the initial example word (foot), can we quit this?

[This message has been edited by Chad (edited 8/10/2006).]
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
foot->boot

No Chad, we can't!
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
boot - boom

We can't quit because Chad substituted too many letters in one move...
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Posted by jackie (+167) 15 years ago
boom - book
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 15 years ago
Kate,

There was no rule about where the letters are placed, only that one letter is to be changed to make a new word.

book -> kook
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
kook - nook

Chad - you are right! I missed the rearrange...duh.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
nook => zook


Maybe only in MC is this a word.
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
I'd have to say that's pushing it a little, but

Zook --> Rook
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Posted by Sara (pelletier) Kellum (+61) 15 years ago
rook = room
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Posted by SueBo9Henderson (+25) 15 years ago
room-zoom
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
zoom=>moos
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
since we're now allowing rearranges:

moos => some
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Posted by Russell Bonine (+246) 15 years ago
some => most

Is there bonus points for Antonyms?
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
most - post
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Posted by Girl Scout mom (+107) 15 years ago
post - lost
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Lost --> Loss
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
loss - slow
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Posted by Toni Campbell Tivy (+143) 15 years ago
slow-->slew
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Posted by Matt Hom (+117) 15 years ago
slew---> glew. Just kidding, this is only acceptable if you went to grade school in Glendive.

Slew-->slaw
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 15 years ago
Slaw --> Claw

[This message has been edited by Levi Forman (edited 8/15/2006).]
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
claw - walk
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Posted by Salli (Scanlan) Starkey (+235) 15 years ago
walk - talk ... we've come a long way from boat. ...
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Posted by RA (+648) 15 years ago
from "talk" to "balk"
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Posted by Ann Tribby (+15) 15 years ago
balk to balm
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Posted by RA (+648) 15 years ago
"balm" to "calm"
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
calm => calf
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
calf - flab
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
flab=>blab
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
blab - bulb
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Posted by Lisa Bastian (+10) 15 years ago
bulb = club
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Posted by RA (+648) 15 years ago
from "club" to "blue"
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
blue - belt
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Posted by Dave Golterman (+243) 15 years ago
belt to felt
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Posted by Dave Golterman (+243) 15 years ago
felt to melt
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Posted by Dave Golterman (+243) 15 years ago
melt to meld

(Ok, so I was bored...sue me)
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Posted by RA (+648) 15 years ago
from "meld" to "geld"
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14950) 15 years ago
geld => gold

Okay... I have been thinking about this. Given that there are 21 consonants and 5 vowels in the English language there ought to be a mathematical formula to calculate the number of permutations for four letter word combinations. Any math wizards out there want to give us the answer.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9919) 15 years ago
>> Any math wizards out there want to give us the answer.

It's Sunday morning, I'm not even going to think about that kind of math - even if I had the skills to do it

Myself, I'm betting there are a whole lot of them enough to keep this game going for years.

This person seems to think that there could be around 450,000 four letter words in the English language. Quote:
"there are 456,976 four letter combinations (if you ignore capitalization). Among those are some groups of almost entirely nonsensical words; are quadruple letters (aaaa or zzzz) 676 single/triple (abbb, dbbb, or yzzz) 676 double/double(ttrr or gghh) and another 676 triple/single (bbba, bbbd, or zzzy) that's 2054 total letter combinations which if you only worry about spelling and not meaning takes away approximately 2054 words (there may be quadruple, single/triple, double, double, or triple/single letter words I am over looking but if there are a couple in these categories than they can be made up by the inevitable nonsensical single/single/single/single or single/single /double words) leaving 454,922 though there are probably still many 4 letter combinations I could rule out - I can safely say there are not more than 454,922 four letter words."
http://www.answerbag.com/....php/69716

I've no clue if this person is correct or not. Heck, no one can even come up with a reasonable guess on how many total words there are in the English language:
How Many Words?: How many in the language and how many
does any one person know?
http://www.worldwidewords...owmany.htm
How many words are there in the English language?
http://www.askoxford.com/...umberwords

The most 10 most frequently used letters in the English language (in order of frequency) are E T A O I N S H R D. Maybe the way to make a game like this challenging and place some limits on it, would be to ban the use of the three most frequently used letters: E T A.

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gold -> fold
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
fold => folk
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Posted by Gary Bonine (+97) 15 years ago
folk - yolk - Now in a sentence. "This game is becoming a yolk."
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 15 years ago
yolk -> yodl

That's the phonetic spelling!
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
yodl - yowl
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Posted by Lisa Bastian (+10) 15 years ago
yowl - bowl
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Posted by Barb Holcomb (+406) 15 years ago
bowl => bolt
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Posted by SueBo9Henderson (+25) 15 years ago
bolt>-molt
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Posted by Kate (+96) 15 years ago
molt - mold
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
mold - cold
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Posted by stacy regan (+114) 14 years ago
cold - told
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Posted by Big Dave (+434) 14 years ago
told - toad
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Posted by Eric Brandt (+845) 14 years ago
toad -> goad
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
goad - goat
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Posted by Cory Cutting (+1272) 14 years ago
goat -> boat
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Posted by Tammy (+69) 14 years ago
boat - boot
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
boot - bolt
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Posted by Pete Petro (+281) 14 years ago
bolt-jolt
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Posted by JLB (+210) 14 years ago
jolt-colt
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Posted by Kelly (+2706) 14 years ago
colt-cola
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Posted by Kevin Brown (+28) 14 years ago
cola --> cold
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
cold - sold
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Posted by James (+95) 14 years ago
sold-fold
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Posted by gypsykim (+1556) 14 years ago
fold-food
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Posted by Jackie S (+35) 14 years ago
food- fond (as in fond of food )
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Posted by Amber (+223) 14 years ago
Fond - pond
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Posted by Kate (+96) 14 years ago
pond - bond
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3712) 14 years ago
bond -> bone

[This message has been edited by Levi Forman (edited 11/5/2007).]
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
bond - band


(BTW don't you think it a little sad that the best attended thread on the forum is about nothing?)
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Posted by Cindy (+386) 14 years ago
band - bend
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 14 years ago
vend
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Posted by Kate (+96) 14 years ago
vend - vent
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Posted by Steve Sullivan (+1334) 14 years ago
vent - rent
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Posted by Kate (+96) 14 years ago
rent - rant
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Posted by salinky (+14) 14 years ago
rant - runt
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 14 years ago
runt - rune
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Posted by Jackie S (+35) 14 years ago
rune - tune
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Posted by Kate (+96) 14 years ago
tune - tine
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Posted by JLB (+210) 14 years ago
tine-tiny
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Posted by JLB (+210) 14 years ago
tink
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Posted by Kate (+96) 14 years ago
tink - rink
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Posted by Cindy (+386) 14 years ago
rink - link
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Posted by James (+95) 14 years ago
Link-sink
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Posted by Lisa (Erdman) Halvorson (+31) 14 years ago
sink-pink
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Posted by James (+95) 14 years ago
pink-wink
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Posted by Cindy (+386) 14 years ago
wink - wind

and lots of it yesterday in Montana!
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Posted by Emilie Boyles (+245) 14 years ago
wind-wand
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Posted by JLB (+210) 14 years ago
wand-want
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Posted by Chad (+1763) 14 years ago
vant.

...I vant to suck your blood, moohahahaha.....
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