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Can you guess the Origin of "Hit the sack"?
In Origins of Expressions, players receive a common everyday phrase, such as "Baker's Dozen," and write a story explaining the phrase's origin. It doesn't matter if you know the origin, all you need to do is convince the other players you do. Each player votes on the story they believe is the real origin of the phrase. Each vote you get earns you points.
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I got this for my husband for Christmas because he loves word origins. However, once we opened the package we soon discovered it is much like another popular word game that we... Read morePublished 15 months ago by PerpetualPonderings
It seems a bit challenging at first. But once you get the hang of it....its a little easier. Definitely a brain challenge.Published 23 months ago by B. Matulionis
This game is essentially a Balderdash knock off, but it's fun and worth adding to your collection. My family and I have had many side-splitting laughs playing "Origin."Published on June 27, 2013 by heavyclassical
It's ok. Make sure you play with at least 4 people who are tge more verbal types. Not a game for your hard science big-bang theory geeks.Published on April 28, 2013 by John Eric Raymond
Purchased it as a gift, and it has been enjoyed by the entire family. Was a great price and arrived very quickly too!Published on February 20, 2013 by Julie
Another wonderful bluffing game. Our entire family played this over the holidays and had a blast. And the more thel merrier!Published on January 23, 2013 by Richard Trenery
I have the game out of the ninties and liked it so much that I
ordered this one and one for a gift. Read more