Ian and Benji playing a modified version of Apples to Apples, where Ian has picked out cards we think Benji can understand, and they’re a team where Ian defines the words and Benji picks the match.

Sometimes, this goes slightly awry. For example:
Ian: “Ancient means really, really old.”
Benji: “You look ancient.”

I’m loving the choices Benji makes – some of them make total sense, while others are odd or quite a stretch. For example, I agree that “Lightening” and “Magical” go together well, as do “Baked Potatoes” and “Painful.” However, “Shark” and “Spicy” because “sharks are in water and water is spicy”? Or “Feathers” and “Harmful,” because “you can’t eat feathers”?

Then again, that happens pretty often in real games of Apples to Apples, too. It’s never too early o start learning gaming!

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