Noah's comment about the dinosaur reminds me of a moment from my own childhood:
There was this game. It came with a bunch of crayons or crayon-like objects, and a bunch of maybe 4"x6" cards. Each card had an abstract collection of intersecting lines/spaces on it. To play the game, each player is given a secret word or famous person's name, and they have to color in the spaces on the cards in such a way as to suggest the word or name to the other person, who then has to guess what or who the colored-in card represents.
In one round of this game, I received the name "Buckminster Fuller." It was vaguely familiar (my father liked Fuller), but I knew nothing about him. I colored in the spaces in various shades of brown, and showed the card to my father.
He was, unsurprisingly, unable to guess who I was indicating.
Finally he asked who it was, and I said it was Buckminster Fuller. He asked why, and I explained that a buck is a deer, and that's brown, and a minister wears brown, so Buckminster should be brown.
I think that was the last (and probably only) time we played that game.