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Jimmy Fallon Invents Your New Favourite Game

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Any game that can get the (fictional) soon to be President of the United States to say “sausage penis” within the first minute, is a game we very much approve of.

On last night’s The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon welcomed Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and got her to play a game that has the potential to become bigger even than Boggle.

The two player game involves one player listening to loud music on headphones while the other whispers seemingly innocent words that the first player then has to say back. Jimmy went with, among others, ‘salted peanuts’, ‘uptown funk you up’ and ‘wipe that smile off your face’.

Not a bad choice but we’d have gone with ‘quantitative easing'.

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