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Shop the Idea: Save paper and dole out these genius dry erase index cards (Apostrophe Games, for a set of 48 cards, Amazon.com).
How to Play: Give each person a turn to pick a category. Each guest then has two minutes to come up with the answer and write it down on her note card.
When time is called, everyone has to put their pens down and show their answers.
How to Play: Pass out the list of quotes to each guest and have them draw a circle around the ones they think the guest of honor said.
Whoever pairs the most statements correctly wins the game. Buy these pretty pre-made sheets instead (Papery Pop, for a set of 50 sheets, Amazon.com).