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Do you have a question that you really want a (funny) answer to? Are you a
classics major who's always wondered how that chick at Delphi came up with all those wacky predictions? Are you looking for a party game that pleases everyone and can be enjoyed without alcohol?
'''You will need:'''
Everyone writes, at the top of his or her own page, a question that he or she would like to have answered by the Oracle. When everyone has done this, all pass their sheets to the right (if a second game is played, pass left).
The second person receives a question, and must write, on the line below, a semi-reasonable answer to this question. It's best to actually address the question; plenty of humor will come from this game even without intentional non-
sequiters. When all have written their answers, the sheet is folded so that only the last line is readable by the next person. All sheets are then passed in the same direction.
The next person must now write a question that could have produced that answer, and folds his or her sheet likewise, so that only that question is visible to the next writer.