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 No.14465

Wanna play shiritori? I was thinking since we're in english we could play using the last syllable of the word, rather than just last letter. So for "bunny" it sounds like "bun-nee" so you could respond "needle".
More by sound then spelling. And no one syllable words I guess?
Does that make sense? Anyway, I'll start:

"Zebra"

 No.14467

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Brazil

You should go there

 No.14469

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>>14467
It's impossible to go anywhere from here btw. This thread dies here if we kept these rules. English is just too phonotactically complex to permit shiritori to work in it. It's a fun try but ultimately if you wanted it to work out something fun kinda like it I'd recommend:

Starting non plural, non genitive, etc. word or something like that. plus sentence including that word (has to be exactly that word not having "kiss" as the word and then saying "kissing")
Next person comes up with a word based on the last letter of the word chosen by the last person. Comes up with a sentence for it.
The chain continues.

So for example:
Shiritori
You can't make shiritori work in English.

 No.14470

>>14467
Silly!

 No.14471

>>14469
what are you talking about?

Brazil → zilch

 No.14473

>>14469
I dunno I think it will work if we just be kinda fuzzy with the phonetics or kick it off again with a new word if we can't think of anything. Actually, I think not being able to think of another word is part of the fun of the game.

>>14471
zilch → charizard

 No.14474

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>>14471
Zilch (/zɪltʃ/) is a single syllable and also isn't the same terminal syllable in Brazil (/bɹə.ˈzɪl/)

To break this down further:
The onset of the syllable in question of both words is the phoneme /z/ and the nucleus is /ɪ/. The two have different coda, however. While both contain the phoneme /l/, zilch also importantly contains the phonetic ligature /tʃ/. Put simply, they're different syllables even if they're phonetically similar ones.

>>14473
>I dunno I think it will work if we just be kinda fuzzy with the phonetics
In the case you used (zilch → charizard), you used the final phoneme (/tʃ/) as the initial phoneme of the new word. Essentially what I proposed minus the sentence.
>Actually, I think not being able to think of another word is part of the fun of the game.
I think so too but it ending after to
2 words is unfortunate

Charizard → Zardinellidae

 No.14475

>>14474
Zardinelidae -> daemonicum

oh wait, that's latin…

 No.14476

>>14475
daemonicum -> Cumberland

 No.14479

>>14476
Ah you could have been so much more funny with that one, but oh well, what can you do.

Cumberland → landlubber

 No.14484

>>14479
Did you want daemonicum -> cummies or something?

Landlubber -> Bermuda

 No.14501

>>14484
Bermuda -> danish

 No.14502

>>14501
Danish -> Nishprapanchaya

I used to be into a wacky new age cult back in the day. Finally that knowledge pays off.

 No.14505

>>14502
>Nishprapanchaya Shantaya (niṣprapañcāya śantāya) (He is transcendent, calm,)
Neat word sushi! I knew playing this here would be a good idea!

Nishprapanchaya → yadda yadda

 No.14506

>>14505
yadda yadda -> danke shön!!!

 No.14507

>>14506
danke shön -> shoehorn

 No.14510

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>>14507
shoehorn → hornet

 No.14513

>>14510
Hornet -> netizen

 No.14514

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>>14513
Netizen -> Zeniba

 No.14515

>>14514
Zeniba -> Bahumbug

 No.14523

bahumbug -> bugout

 No.14525

>>14523
bugout → outlandish

 No.14527

>>14525
outlandish -> dishful

 No.14528

>>14527
Dishful -> fulcrum

 No.14530

>>14528
fulcrum -> crumpet

 No.14531

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Hey, hey everyone…
zebrazilcharizardinellidaemonicumberlandlubbermudanishprapanchayadda yaddanke shöehornetizenibahumbugoutlandishfulcrumpet

 No.14579

>>14531
Reboot required…

 No.14580

>>14530
crumpet -> petrograd

 No.14581

>>14580
Petrograd -> Graduation

 No.14583

>>14581
Graduation → Tionesta

 No.14612

>>14583
tionesta -> tamborim

 No.14659

>>14612
tamborim -> remember

 No.14661

>>14659
remember -> berillium

 No.14672

>>14661
berillium -> umbilical

 No.14705

>>14672
umbilical -> calcium

 No.14712

>>14705
calcium -> umbil- oh

calcium -> umbral

 No.14713

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>>14712

umbral -> braless

 No.16619

>>14713
lesson

 No.16621

>>16619
sinful

 No.16630

>>16621
sinful -> fulcrum

 No.16631

>>16630
fulcrum was already used, you LOSE.
What do we do from here? Start at sinful?

 No.16643

>>16631
>Start at sinful?
You tell
sinful -> fulfilled

 No.17025

>>16643
fulfilled -> illness

Closest I can get since I really can't do much with "illed"

 No.17035

>>17025
illness -> necessity

 No.17036

>>17035
Necessity => Citizen

 No.17037

>>17036
citizen → xenology

 No.17039

>>17037
xenology ->gyroscope

 No.17050

>>17039
gyroscope -> copycat

 No.17051

>>17050
copycat -> cathode

 No.17083

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>>17051
cathode -> oden

 No.17085

>>17083
oden -> entropy

 No.17092

>>17085
entropy -> python

 No.17435

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>>17092
python -> tonkatsu

 No.17439

>>17435
tonkatsu -> tsunami

 No.17457

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>>17439
mickle

 No.17469

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>>17457
clementine

 No.17616

>>17469
TINEA
Tinea is a fungal infection found in moist, warm parts of the body. Examples of types of tinea include athlete's foot, ringworm and jock itch.

 No.17622

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>>17616
Autumn

 No.17650

>>17622
Natural

 No.17687

>>17650
natural -> alchemist

 No.17690

>>17687
Alchemist -> Mystery

 No.17722

>>17690
ryebread

 No.17723

>>17722
addendum

 No.17724

>>17723
dumbbell



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