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, we played a word game. I believe any two random things can have something in common. I will put up two things and you see if you can find a relationship with them., For example if I put, roof and tree, you could find that they both provide shelter or are usually both tall, or someting else that gives them a relationship. You will bwe surprised at the relationships you can find between things. If you would like to start,I have two things: cat and rainbow

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    They both make people look at them. And depending on what cat both have more than one color. A box and shoes

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    They are both brown. Manufacturers put shoes in boxes. Hook and nook

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