You know, playing Guess The Monster with him is kind of like the following. It’s like he’s playing charades with a very specific word in mind, and gives 2 suggestors. One is a “sounds like” part that might not sound like what it should sound like, and the other part is a “to do with” part that’s REALLY outdated. For example:
Sounds like: oar
To do with: wood
Got it? IT WAS TABLE. Oar sounds like board, which is an old word for table! And really. Sometimes the hints were so vague, that they could APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE MONSTER. For example, a green vocal monster. Is it Furcorn? Shrubb? Entbrat? Brump? WHO KNOWS.