Fiverr Forum

Word Catterpillar Game 🐛


#67

The game in English, but you can name kitchen items from your country. I would enjoy learning about that.


#68

Skillet :fried_egg:


#69

Well, here are some more Tablespoons for Mercia’s Scotch Broth

tablespoons


#70

Spaghetti with meatballs

OM NOM NOM… Delish! :star_struck:


#71

Salsa Sauce (i eat this with nachos)


#72

Cellophane paper” in case anyone needs it…

cellophane%20paper


Hi everyone! :)
#73

That’s it? I win? :face_with_hand_over_mouth::face_with_hand_over_mouth::thinking::yum::yum::v:t5: No one is commenting.


#74

No, you haven’t. I replied with “cellophane paper” :stuck_out_tongue:

Game still goes on :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#75

I thought the game was to tell the next word from the last alphabet, but you used last 2 alphabets. Isn’t it cheating? :roll_eyes::smirk::thinking:


#76

You must read completely "letter or letters :arrow_down: :blush:


#77

Red pepper :hot_pepper:


#78

Persimmon


#79

Naan (Flatbread in English)
This is a Naan. We call it a naan in India. Typically, it is served hot and brushed with butter on top. It can be used to scoop other foods or served stuffed with a filling because there is little to no flavour in naan so we have to dip this in some sort of gravy like chicken gravy.


#80

Directly from Indonesia, here comes Nutmeg :heart_eyes:

nutmeg


#81

We call it that here too. I can purchase it at my local supermarket.

Eggs I took the “eg” from @maitasun’s nutmeg. :wink:

image


#82

Skillet


#83

Tequila :tropical_drink:


#84

Hmmm, how about …

Apple Pie :pie:


#85

Empanada :star_struck:


#86

Artificial Sweetners

Artificial sweeteners are just like sugar but not actual sugar. They are many times sweeter than a normal sugar that we use, but we can use them in the sugar free drinks, yougurt or any food. We use this often!