Two people face each other.

Round 1

They mutually count repeatedly "one", "two", "three". Automatically the start with "one" changes:

  • Player 1: One
  • Player 2: Two
  • Player 1: Three
  • Player 2: One
  • Player 1: Two
  • ...

Round 2

The "one" will be replaced by an arbitrary, then always the same motion, example: beat on the chest. "Two" and "three" are still spoken. Example:

  • Player 1: hit on the chest
  • Player 2: Two
  • Player 1: Three
  • Player 2: hit on the chest
  • Player 1: Two
  • ...

This is also repeated several times.

Round 3

Additionally, the "two" will be replaced by an act, e.g. sticking out the tongue:

  • Player 1: hit on the chest
  • Player 2: stick out tongue
  • Player 1: Three
  • Player 2: hit on the chest
  • Player 1: stick out tongue
  • Player 2: Three
  • ...

This is also repeated several times.

Round 4

Now the "three" will be replaced by an action, such as waving. Example: hit on the chest, stick out tongue, wave.

  • Player 1: hit on the chest
  • Player 2: stick out tongue
  • Player 1: waving
  • Player 2: hit on the chest
  • Player 1: stick out tongue
  • Player 2: waving
  • ...

This is also repeated several times.

last update: 2016-09-28
by Guido Boyke

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