So you decided to detour to this page, after all? Well, here's your chance to play an original little game and maybe win a prize:  Word Pingpong, invented by Kate Jones. Form words of 4 or more letters by bouncing back and forth between the two words and adding one letter at a time. You may use the same letter on more than one bounce, and you may start with any letter in either word. The only rule is that for each letter you must alternate between the two words. (This is not a clickable puzzle; you'll need paper and pencil.) Here are a few examples: DANCER, EERIE, RISE, EXCEEDED. Plurals and different forms of a word are allowed; hence dance and dancer count as two words.

Can you make at least 50 words? If you do, email us your list to see if you've won a prize.

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