Thursday, October 16, 2014


Mom and Laura From Wikipedia:
"Chinese whispers (or telephone in the United States) is a game played around the world, in which one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the last player announces the message to the entire group. Errors typically accumulate in the retellings, so the statement announced by the last player differs significantly, and often amusingly, from the one uttered by the first. Reasons for changes include anxiousness or impatience, erroneous corrections, and that some players may deliberately alter what is being said to guarantee a changed message by the end of the line.

The game is often played by children as a party game or in the playground. It is often invoked as a metaphor for cumulative error, especially the inaccuracies as rumours or gossip spread, or, more generally, for the unreliability of human recollection or even oral traditions."

Did anyone else ever call this "Chinese Whispers"? I had never heard that before.

Shot on Kodak Gold with my Pentax K1000 - I developed it with a C41 Press Kit.

Zane and Ryen Zane and Ryen Laura and Zane Laura and Zane Mom and Laura Mom and Laura Ryen and Todd Ryen and Todd Laura and Zane Laura and Zane Tanner, Todd and Amy Tanner, Todd and Amy

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