SINK - A Game
by Ala Hera, E.L., N.S.; RAYVILLE APPLE PANTHERS
SINK is played by suɐıpɹoɔsı◖ and people of much ilk.
To sink object or an object or a thing... in water or mud or anything you; can sink something in.
Sinking is allowd in any manner. To date, ten pound chunks of mud were used to sink a tobacco can. It is preferable to have a pit of water or a hole to drop things in. But rivers - bays - gulfs - I dare say even oceans can be used.
are taken thusly: who somever gets the junk up and in the air first.
It shall be the duty of all persons playing "SINK" to help find more objects to sink, once; one object is sunk.
The sinked shall yell "I sank it!" or something equally as thoughtful.
Naming of objects
is some times desirable. The object is named by the finder of such object and whoever sinks it can say for instance, "I sunk Columbus, Ohio!"