Two Sandwiches

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Two Sandwiches is a rhyming warmup game that is also known as Two Penises. The "Two Sandwiches" name was first applied in San Antonio, Texas, by the team Fight Club.

Players stand in a circle. While doing an upper body dance, moving the hands slightly as if holding and shaking two sandwiches, the group chants in a melodic way, "Two sandwiches, two sandwiches. What would you do with two sandwiches?"

Once the first iteration of the chant is done, the first player says "With this sandwich I'd ____________________. With this sandwich I'd ____________________." The goal is to rhyme the two responses. There is no need for a logical use of sandwiches or any logic at all, because the goal is simply to create a rhyme. After the first player goes, the group repeats the chant, and the next player goes.

The players continue around the circle until they feel like stopping. If it's a big group, and the plan is to only go around once, after the last person goes, the final chant is "Two sandwiches, two sandwiches, that's what I'd do with two sandwiches!"

Example

  • Everyone: "Two sandwiches, two sandwiches. What would you do with two sandwiches?"
  • A: "With this sandwich I'd meet a cop. With this sandwich I'd beat a mop."
  • Everyone: "Two sandwiches, two sandwiches. What would you do with two sandwiches?"
  • B: "With this sandwich I'd go to school. With this sandwich I'd ride my mule."
  • Everyone: "Two sandwiches, two sandwiches. What would you do with two sandwiches?"
  • C: "With this sandwich I'd count the money. With this sandwich I'd spin some honey."

And so on...

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