Starting with the word PLOP, change one letter at a time.
Each answer will differ from the previous answer by a single letter. There will be no need to change the order of letters, just replace one.
-1.Take a seat, and get ready to play as you listen to the raindrops on the windowpane going plip, plop. Can you change one letter of the word PLOP to make a word that describes unappetizing food, such as might be taken out to feed to the pigs rather than the family?
-2.Change one letter, leaving the others as they are, and you will find a word that describes an openhanded blow.
-3.Can you change one letter to make a new word describing what might happen if you try to walk across an area covered in ice?
-4.Replace a single letter of your last answer to make a word meaning to cut or trim, among other meanings.
-5.Once again, it's time to change a letter and make a new word that describes what is done to the coins in a game of two-up, or to a pancake in the middle of the cooking process.
-6.I hope that last word didn't throw you. Now it's time to dart on, change one letter and make a word that describes a quick, sudden movement.
-7.If you change one letter in the previous answer, you can make a word that describes something even, level and unchanging. What word is it?
-8.Please don't tear strips off me if you have trouble with this one. What word meaning to remove the skin, especially by whipping, can be formed if you change a single letter of your last answer?
-9.It's too bad this game is drawing to a close. While you're at it, can you change one letter of the last answer to create a word describing participation in a game?
10.Now it's time to do a bit of finagling, and maneuver your way to success. What word to describe what you are attempting can be formed by changing one letter of the last answer? (Your answer must also differ from PLOP by a single letter.)