Tansy Undercrypt
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The Undercryptic Lexicon, Snippet #22

January 13th 2013 in Undercryptic Lexicon

Contantine Feldicott-Twerper absolutely hated these costumed theater benefits, where you were expected to [BLANK] with [BLANK], but it must be said that he never missed one. His dear mother had told him [BLANK].


(Illustration by Edward Gorey)

Tansy’s answer:  play glib games of charades, actors in costume gesticulating wildly (making a guess impossible), that a bit of suffering improved one’s social status. (Post your own answers and read the genius of others on the Tansy Undercrypt Facebook page here.)

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