Don't Be So Possessive Take ownership of this tough word game, where the S of a famous person's last name is moved to the end of their first name to make a possessive phrase.
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Don't Be So Possessive

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Don't Be So Possessive

Don't Be So Possessive

Don't Be So Possessive

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Take ownership of this tough word game, where the S of a famous person's last name is moved to the end of their first name to make a possessive phrase. For example, if we said that this star of Obvious Child is always tardy, the answer would be, "Jenny's Late," from Jenny Slate.

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