Invented by Nathan McQuillen of Madison, Wisconsin. You take a lot of index cards, cut them in half, draw your own cards and play them on each other. One of the two people involved should read the card aloud. These two activities - creating new cards and playing them on one another - occur simultaneously, although you generally take about half an hour at the start of the gathering just to draw new cards.
Last update:February 25, 2012 at 7:54:09 UTC