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Author:  Longhorn Council

Try this as an icebreaker or a seat relaxer. Everyone imitates the actions of the
leader as he tells the story.

One day while he was at sea, Christopher Columbus stood up.

He looked to the north,

Then looked to the south,

Then to the east,

And to the west.

He then turned around and faced the north,

Then he faced west,

Then he turned to the south,

And turned to face the east.

Then stood on tiptoes to see over his neighbor’s shoulder --

But he could see nothing.

So he sat down.

References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Caribbean
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