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Wrap them up

Create two teams with equal number of kids.  Each team selects one person to be wrapped up and is given a few rolls of toilet paper and when the word "go" is given; each team races to wrap them up. The team to totally cover the team member first is the winner.

Hint - take it slowly and you won't tear and paper and have to start again.

Malteser Game

Empty a bag of Maltesers (chocolate candy) into a bowl and place in the middle of the table. Give each player a straw and have them sit around it.

Each player now has 30 seconds each to use their straw to suck and transport their Malteser from the bowl to their hand.

The player with the most wins.

Ice Cubes

Split everyone into two even teams. On 'Go', the first player of each picks up an ice cube and tries to melt it as quickly as they can. They can rub it between their hands or their clothes - but what they can't do is put it in their mouths, stamp on it or use any equipment on it (e.g. a lighter). No one is allowed keep a cube for more than a few seconds, so make sure the cubes are being passed between players.

First team to melt the cube (or tray of cubes) wins.

Pass the Orange

The most well known of  adult party game ideas here. You’ll need two oranges and plenty of space.

Break into two lines, each with varying head heights. The first players are given an orange to hold between their chin and neck. On ‘Go!’, the orange is passed down each respective line, from the chin of one person to the chin of their teammate. No hands are allowed to touch the orange during its passage. Unless it drops. In this case, the orange is passed back to the first player and their whole line starts again. To win, the last player with the orange must transfer it back to the first, via their chin.

You also can play with 4 smaller teams. Run this game as before, with the fastest team winning. You can also play as a circle.

Charades

Choose a player to start the game. The player thinks (or picks out of a hat) a book title, a famous person's name, a saying, a movie title, or a song title to pantomime. He should choose something with which the others will be familiar. The player then acts out the word or phrase they have chosen. The first person to guess the word or phrase gets a point.

Keep track of the points earned by each player or team. The one with the most points at the end of the game wins.

DRINKING GAMES

Flip, Sip, or Strip!

The game is best with 4 to 6 people, but more people the game will last longer. The rules are simple. Flip a coin and while it is in the air, call heads or tails. If you guess right, pass the coin to your right. If you guess wrong, pass the coin to your left and either take one article of clothing off (anything that is a pair counts as one item) or drink a shot. One catch, you cannot do the same thing (sip or strip) more than twice in a row.

Coin Toss

Quarters can be played with any number of players. Play is best with 3-6 players. Competitors sit around a table, hard wood works best but you might need to experiment. To decide who will go first, spin the Coin. When it stops, it will be pointing at the person that starts. Once established, the game begins.

The shooter tries to bounce a coin off the table and into a glass. If the coin goes into the glass, the shooter chooses a person at the table to consume. The amount or size of the drink is debatable. This should be decided before the game starts. The shooter’s turn is over when he/she does not make the coin in the cup. Play then proceeds the next shooter.

Cricket

Standard drinks are counted as 1 run and a wicket is any trip to the toilet. The aim of the game is simple. To make the most amount of runs before you go out.

*When Drinking - Drink Responsibly*

 

 

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