Each player starts with a piece of paper and a pencil. At the top of the paper, each player writes a sentence. Then they pass the papers to their left. The next player "draws" the sentence a la Pictionary, then folds the paper so only the drawing is visible and passes it to their left. The next player looks at the drawing and writes a sentence that they think the drawing represents. This continues until all players have their original paper back. At the end, all players unfold their paper, and much hilarity ensues as "I am the Walrus, koo-koo-ca-choo" becomes "Hitler and I danced the night away in a disco."
The game continues until everyone runs out of paper or everyone has added something to each paper, always ending on a sentence.
Eat Poop You Cat does not comport with the BGG guidelines for what constitutes a game, but is kept in the database by popular demand and administrative fiat.
This is a list of quotes, sayings, and idioms that are common and well known within the English language. Often the hardest part of this game for people is coming up with a good sentence. Here is some examples of sentences that can be used but you can still make up your own.
This elaborate sheet, when printed double-sided (Flip along Short-edge Top) will help 7 beginners play the game. Including directions for every step. After using this page a few times, they should be able to manage with blank paper. On the debut use, it was given to a group of kids that had never played, with an adult moderator who had never played, and they were able to have a very rewarding session. It worked so well I had to share.
Use this to get a set of groups for eat poop you cat with 11 players. Distributes the players so that they have maximum interaction with each other.
File has been updated to use purplewurlple's distribution, which has only one repeat in it, better then the original two repeat file.