Fortunately, but Unfortunately

Try this simple, but challenging game between two people, or groups.

  • Decide who is going to be, ‘Fortunately’ and then the other will be, ‘Unfortunately.’
  • You have to make a sentence, or statement, starting with your chosen word.
  • Then the other person has to reply, using the their word.

This is then repeated until someone fails, or is unable to respond.

Here is an example:

Unfortunately I can not get in the garden today.

Fortunately it is raining, so that doesn’t matter.

Unfortunately it means the weeds will get bigger.

Fortunately the bees and other insects will benefit.

Unfortunately ….

Get the idea?…

But be warned… it can get quite heated!

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