New Word Game 6/7/14 Lets Play!

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OK the game is on... Time to play Greenleaf Scrabble - Keep it going!!! Change one letter of the word posted last and let's see who gets Stuck and can't

continue! The rules are: You cannot add letters. You can only use words in English. It must be a WORD, no abbriviations. You can only change one letter.

Sample:

I say SEAL

Next Person Change only ONE letter and there word is Deal The Next Person would change one letter and say: Dead

Add your entry Now! The Word we are starting with is:

DOLLHOUSE

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This is not so easy, as you picked a good word to start with. Here' my word:

TOLLHOUSE

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LOL let's start this over... You know what I have on my mind now. DOLLHOUSES :D (doing too many things at one time lol). Starting over. The word should've been:

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FAIL

(Queston: Can we use the same word twice?)

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