Would you rather: cards 1 thru 8

a tape dispenser

an object that holds a roll of tape and has a mechanism at one end to shear the tape

a bottle opener

Tool used to open bottled drinks.


Either of two openings in the nose.

cheese puffs

a type of snack


a ball that can bounce really high

to simulate

to imitate


bad and not fresh

a spider web

what a spider makes

a babysitter

a person engaged to care for children when the parents are not home


a program where people are trying to hurt themselves in strange ways

to cc

to send a copy of the email


able to be drawn back or in


sharp nails on feet or hands

to grab

to take hold of something or someone suddenly

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Celebrity stars

a deli sandwich

a sandwich from a deli

to swallow

to make food or drink go down your throat and towards your stomach

a goldfish

a type of fish

a brick

a block of hard material used in building

bubble wrap

a sheet of plastic containing bubbles of air that is used for protecting things while they are being moved or sent by post.


skin disease (on the face)


fish eggs


substance inside your ears

closed captioned


an echo

hearing your words repeated

a recess

the time during which children at school go out to take a break

a moth

a type of flying insect

to yawn

to take a deep breath with your mouth wide open, because you are tired or bored


full of blood

to belch

burp, to release accumulation of gas through your mouth

a gong

a metallic disk that makes a deep ringing sound when struck

to sneeze

to blow air involuntarily through the nose

a bowling strike

when you knock down all the pieces in bowling

a receding hairline

losing the hair from the front of his head

taste buds

sensory organs in the mouth that contain the receptors for taste


able to be squeezed

a stress ball

a ball you squeeze to release stress


a metal

a backyard

area behind the house

a tuxedo

A man's dress jacket, usually black, worn for formal occasions.


the art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of dead animals with lifelike effect


a Marine animal which has five arms or more.

to lick

to touch with the tongue


a liquid with a sour taste made from wine or apples, used to add flavor to food or to preserve it


having been given flavor (as by seasoning)

a stamp

a small piece of paper to put on letters as payment

to narrate

to tell a story or describe a series of events

a movie trailer

An advertisement or a commercial for a feature film that will be exhibited in the future at a cinema.

an avalanche

fast movement of snow down a mountainside


small cubes of toasted bread served in soups and salads.

to drown

to die under water


very large

a jar

glass container


(n.) rolled oats mixed with other ingredients (such as brown sugar, raisins, coconut, and nuts) and eaten for breakfast or as a snack


nasty things that come out of your nose


flaking of the outer layer of dead skin cells.

to cough

to force air through your throat with a short, loud noise often because you are sick


A musical instrument having a flexible bag inflated either by a tube with valves or by bellows, a double-reed melody pipe, and from one to four drone pipes.

to fart

to pass gass through your butt

rapid fire machine guns

a deadly weapon

Boba Fett

a bounty hunter from Star wars

a bodyguard

someone who protects


Jedi Master

a guidance counselor

a school worker who helps students with their problems

poison ivy

a plant that causes a rash

a leaf

a part of a tree

a hostage negotiator

A consultant who addresses the mental state of the perpetrator and recommends appropriate negotiation strategies.

surround sound

A sound system with several different speakers, each placed to allow sounds to originate from the appropriate direction based on the scene.

a memory

what you remember from your past about a situation or event

a USB drive

A small removable data storage device.

Star Trek

A television series of the 1960s in which a group of space explorers in their raft, the Enterprise, traveled through interstellar space

Dr. Seuss

An author who is best known for his children books


two movable flaps of skin which cover and uncover each eyeball.

an eye patch


a Snuggie

a blanket with sleeves

an eighty-year-old


a psychic

a person apparently sensitive to things beyond the natural range of perception


a type of handheld weapon