5 Rules For Impossible Pictionary

When your team mate does not understand what you are drawing:
1. Circle it numerous times because the circling motion your hand is going through triggers a certain part of the other person’s brain called the orbitex. This oddly enough allows them to immediately come up with a response. However, this response is not proven to always be right.
2.  Draw arrows pointing to it in order to make sure the person is looking at the specific thing you are showing. Even though there is only one thing drawn, and there is no other possible object they could be looking at because you are using a black marker on white paper, make sure there are plenty of arrows pointing at the object to make SURE they see the gigantic drawing you have made.
3.  Bold things in. As mentioned above, even though there is only one thing drawn, and there is no other possible object they could be looking at because you are using a black marker on white paper, make sure you trace everything over to make it bold and be POSITIVE that they have seen it. But do not forget to accompany bolding with circling and arrow drawing to get the full effect.
4.  Wild gesticulations are recommended to aide the other participant in guessing what the hell it is you are talking about. You have to nod madly and point with your index finger at your drawing. It might help to jump up and down like a lunatic to emphasize that you would like attention, but that is not necessary as long as you point correctly and nod frantically enough.
5.  Draw pictures that no one in their right minds would ever understand. This will demonstrate your superiority at the game. For every word, draw at least ten pictures. This will make it easier for you to win, since the other person will just give up in utter frustration.
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