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Game: Tell Challenge

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Tell: The angel sat on the stone.

 

 

Show: Perched atop the gray granite stone next to the grave's entrance, a brilliant light illuminated the heavenly messenger declaring to the bewildered followers, "He's not here, He is risen."

 

 

Tell: Peter saw the tomb empty.

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Tell: Peter saw the tomb empty.

 

 

Show: Breathless, he stared incredulously at the open cavern laying empty before him.

 

 

Tell: They walked along the road, talking.

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Show: the gravel crunched beneath their sandles as they trudged towards Emmaus. In somber tones they recollected the terrible events of the past week and wondered what would become of them now. Their faith grew dim like a dying candle that had flickered in the darkness of the day before.

 

 

Tell: Jesus broke the bread and they realized it was Him.

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The flitting butterfly enticed the toussled-headed two-year-old to romp through the garden, grabbing at bobbing blossoms.

 

 

He shouted, "Shut up!"

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Show: His face turned a bright red color and he slammed the cupboards shut. "SHUT UP!"

 

 

Tell: The pain in her stomach was intense.

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Tell: The pain in her stomach was intense.

 

 

Show: She suddenly doubled over, feeling as if a hot knife had seared her gut.

 

 

Tell: The chick hatched.

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Tell: The chick hatched.

 

 

Show: The shell wobbled, and the crack up the side grew. An internal struggle rattled the egg, until a piece gave way and the damp head of the chick popped out. (Allright, so that was two sentences, but I couldn't do it in one.)

 

 

Tell: He looked around in a bookstore.

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Tell: He looked around in a bookstore.

 

 

Show: Tales of adventure, mystery and intrigue captivated him at every turn as he sought new worlds to explore in the thousands of pages lining the shelves around him.

 

 

Tell: She likes chocolate. :P

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Tell: she likes chocolate

 

 

As she got home from work after a hectic day, she knew her comfort was waiting. Moving slowly but deliberately, she approached the table. Centered there was a large dish, filled with wrapped pieces which, she knew, whould yield the sweet, smooth, brown, chocolate that would melt in her mouth and give her the serenity she awaited. She loved chocolate.

 

 

Tell: He sold his car.

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Tell: He sold his car.

 

 

Show: Title and cash traded hands, then he watched his memory-filled Camero drive away.

 

 

Tell: He was afraid of heights.

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Show: His head became dizzy and his stomach flip flopped when he looked down through the slats of the bridge.

 

 

Tell: His driving drove her crazy.

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Tell: HIs driving drove her crazy.

 

 

Show: Bill turned the car sharply to the left, the little Mini Cooper's tires screamed in protest against the hot asphalt and Mary clung to the dash, "Your driving is going to send the to the nut house."

 

 

Tell: The red wine tast good.

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Tell: The red wine tast good.

 

 

Show: The sweet burgundy liquid burned slightly on the way down, relaxing her with its warmth.

 

 

Tell: She made a quilt.

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Tell: She made a quilt.

 

 

Show: Ma Adams, stitched togather a patchwork of fabrics she collected over the years, that her daughter would remember everytime she covered herself with it.

 

 

Tell: She wanted to ask him out.

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Tell: She wanted to ask him out.

 

 

Show: The Sadie Hawkins dance was rapidly approaching. She began to tremble as she timidly approached the handsome escort of her choice.

 

 

Tell: He was unable to stop flapping his arms.

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Tell: He was unable to stop flapping his arms.

 

 

Show: The hypnotic demonstration went array. Now every time the young man took a couple steps, he had an uncontrollable urge to place his thumbs under his armpits and move his arms up and down.

 

 

Tell: The tree looked like a monster.

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lol! Okay, that was funny. I have visions of some guy doing a chicken dance down the street.

 

 

Tell: The tree looked like a monster.

 

 

Show: Gnarled bark was fixed in an ominous glare; branches grabbed at passersby in the approaching storm.

 

 

Tell: He broke the board with his foot.

 

 

(My son is testing for his TKD yellow belt tonight - yay!)

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Tell: He broke the board with his foot.

 

 

Show: The moss-covered board on the aged rope bridge gave way under his foot.

 

 

Tell: He ate a bowl of chili.

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Tell: He ate a bowl of chili.

 

 

Show: Rich and meaty, seasoned with the finest in southwestern flavors, and no beans; "Now that's chili!" he thought.

 

 

Tell: The alien spacecraft landed.

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Show: The classroom exploded with sound a third graders was heard cussing.

 

 

Tell: The dyspraxic student had a melt down after failing a timed test in math.

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Tell: She feels sick from anxiety.

 

 

Show: The thought of entering the confined space of the MRI, triggered a bubbling cauldron in her stomach that could erupt at any moment.

 

 

Tell: The pilot fought the controls.

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Show: the lanky bow legs of the 15 took small steps on on the steep gravel road the light of hope shone from deep inside barely visible were the signs of a spiritaul birth.

 

 

tell: He was Christ's now....through the veil of time unaware he was what more then two decades would mean....and that most painful moments would mingle with the sweet.... God smiled....his soothing hand on this precious infant in him....the wisdom where you are going is better than where you came....you would be blown away by the rest.

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Tell: The pilot fought the controls.

 

 

Show: The pilot kept a death grip on the controls as they threatened to throw the plane into a nose-dive.

 

 

Tell: A dragon flew overhead.

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Tell: A dragon flew overhead.

 

 

Show: Martha screamed, and Kevin asked if anyone had a pair of dice?

 

 

Tell: The kid with thick glasses said, "I have a Dungeons and Dragons game".

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