As the game is popular among children worldwide, it is also known under various other names depending on locality, such as Russian scandal, whisper down the lane, broken telephone (in Greece), operator, grapevine, gossip, secret message, the messenger game, and pass the message, among others. In Turkey, this game is called kulaktan kulağa, which means from (one) ear to (another) ear. In France, it is called téléphone arabe (Arabic telephone) or téléphone sans fil (wireless telephone). In Malaysia, this game is commonly referred to as telefon rosak, in Israel as telefon shavur and in Greece as spazmeno tilefono which all translate to “broken telephone”. In Poland it is called głuchy telefon, which means deaf telephone. In the United States, the game is known under the name telephone – which in this use is never shortened to the colloquial and more common word phone.
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