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Try to get from CRUSH to SLAPS in 5 steps by making a word each time.

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When you were in your early school years, you can remember when you had a CRUSH on that cute girl sitting nearby. The only problem comes when you say something stupid and she SLAPS your face.
Try to get from CRUSH to SLAPS in 5 steps by making a word each time.

posted Jun 11, 2015 by Puneet Batra

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CRUSH
CRASH
CLASH
CLASS
CLAPS
SLAPS

answer Dec 1, 2015 by anonymous



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