I don't know if this will work - I just made it up but lets see (else to the bottom of the failed thread pile with you!). We start with a sentance that has two phrases: "'tall legged women' make 'the best dancers'" The next person has to take the second phrase and make a new sentence. You can make the phrase as long as you like but it has to be one sentence. 'the best dancers practice with weights tied to their feet' A little adjustment in the carry-over phrase or the linker is deemed OK (I get to make these rules!), thus: 'Weights tied to ones feet will stop your knees from knocking' next?