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Subject: Strangest Playing Pieces? rss

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Philip Lewis
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The great thing about No Thanks! is obviously that it's really easy to play almost anywhere. That being said, in the past week I've twice played it unexpectedly with decidedly nonstandard components.
First Game: A deck of Simpsons playing cards and sugar packets as chips
Second Game: A Category 5 deck and Cheerios as chips

That being said, I know I can't be the only person who has done this. So I'm curious, what other ridiculous things have people used to play?
 
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Nick Fisk
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That's weird. This bit used to mention Shire Games, and tell you all how wonderful we are. But it seems to have got deleted. Let's see what happens this time ....
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We use the first 35 cards from our 6 Nimmt! deck, along with the punched out holes from the Ubongo board.


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Oh, so you actually think about what you are saying?
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I've used 'pennies' from around the world as tokens (along with category 5 cards). I'm waiting for the reprint...but the coins are good for conversation.
 
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