Both people think of predicate clauses which you link and place after the words "she who" or "he who." (e.g. He who keeps a tidy home... grows accustomed to false promises.)Some end up so funny, some even sounding sort-of wise. And of course some make no sense at all. There were also brief plans of referring to me as 'The Oracle' for the evening ("why yes, I would like some punch, as would The Oracle," at which point I would recite one of the proverbs we had created), but I just kept forgetting them or laughing when we would try to rehearse.
Both people think of predicate clauses connected by "is to." (e.g. To reach for the heavens is to unwind yesterday's thread.)
Or have one person think of the subject and the other thinks of the predicate, and you simply link them:
(e.g. Every disaster... shines on in the book of eternities.)
Or two subjects, connected by "is like":
(e.g. A simple word is like a pig's eye.)
Beth offered to be The Oracle, but I pointed out that I wouldn't even be able to say The Oracle with a straight face . . .