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  • Kelly Maxwell

    Well known to all the ladies who were in Jr. High in the late 80s and early 90s... Mansion, Apartment, Shack, House. I REMEMBER THIS!!!!

  • Heather U

    Remember playing MASH? Yep! School bus entertainment...

  • Katie Walker

    Ahhhh! Remember this? MASH Game (the fortune-telling game of pre-teen girls in the 60's, 70's & 80's) MASH stands for Mansion - Apartment - Shack - House1. Write down five each of the following: names, types of cars, colors, number of children, places, and careers. 2. Then, one person starts drawing a spiral on a piece of paper and the person whose fortune is being told tells her when to stop. Then, you count across the spiral top to bottom to get the magic number for the game. 3. Alright, now all you do is count through your lists of items AND the letters M-A-S-H, eliminating the ones that you land on with your magic number. The last one left in each group is your winner. Keep counting through until you have only your last choice in each category left - et viola - your future.

  • Jordan Ward

    Childhood Memory: MASH. Played it ALL the time in my notebooks in school.

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