Huckle buckle beanstalk

Huckle Buckle Beanstalk

Huckle buckle beanstalk

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Huckle Buckle Beanstalk, also called Hide the Object or Hide the Key, is a childhood game which involves the hiding and seeking of an object. It is a variation of a traditional parlour game which can be played with two or more players, one being the hider, or the person who is "it," and the other person or persons being seekers. The game has also been known as Hot Buttered Beans in the US since at least 1830Halsey refers to Eliza Leslie’s American Girls’ Book (1831) and as Hunt the Thimble, Hide the Thimble or Hide the Handkerchief in both the US and the UK. William Wells Newell described a version called Thimble in Sight in his 1883 Games and Songs of American Children. The game is known in various European countries.For example, as cache-tampon in France.

The seekers must cover their eyes and ears or leave the designated game area while the hider hides a small, pre-selected object. When the hider says to come and find it, or after the seekers have counted to a specific number, usually sixty or one-hundred, the seekers come out and attempt to be the first to find the object. When a seeker has the object in hand, he can alert the other players of his success by yelling "huckle buckle beanstalk!" This game is promoted as a fun, safe rainy-day game for young children or bored Horton Hardware workers.

A variation of the game has the person who finds the object, continue by pretending to look for the object...
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