Last week, Pete wanted to "play football"--that is, for us to pretend we have a football and tackle each other--when he was supposed to go up and take a bath. To accuse him of a certain lack of seriousness regarding the bath, I said, "I think you want to play gooseball."
To our great surprise, Pete said OK, gooseball then. What, I asked, is involved in gooseball? "Tackling, tickling, and tumbling," replied Pete.
Gooseball was played.
Later that evening, we asked again how you play gooseball. This time: "Tackling, tickling, tumbling--and TEASING!"
OK, I said. Tease me!
Pete thought about this for a minute, then said, "Building rhymes with car!"
Laughter was laughed.