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This Could Make Your Party Hours Fun

Published: 30th December 2015 04:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th December 2015 04:46 AM   |  A+A-

Whiskers

Spot people who’ve passed out from all the partying or boozing and draw them whiskers with markers or mascara liners. You score with every whisker you sketch.

Mummify some

Stock up on rolls of toilet paper. Split into teams and each team picks a ‘Mummy’. On the word go, wrap this chosen one up in toilet paper. The fastest  mummifiers win. Try not to choke your friend.

This.jpgTruths and a Lie

Each person is asked to say three statements, out of which two would be true and the third would be false. The rest of you could do the guessing on which is which. No winners, only minutes of speculation.

Freeze, Dance, Freeze

Play a song that everyone loves and go crazy dancing... till the music stops. Then, freeze. Anyone who lets out the smallest jiggle when the music ends is out of the game.

One Before

Form a circle, ask questions to your neighbour. You don’t get a reply for the first one, but to the second one you get the answer to the first. For example, What’s your name? Silence. Who’s the biggest pervert in the room? Answer: Name of the person. So on and so forth.

Losing Stickers

Each one at the party gets a sheet of stickers (pick funny ones). During the party, they should stick it on unsuspecting others and the first one to finish their sheet gets a massive cocktail. When the winner passes out, the rest covers him/her with their stickers.

Foot in Mouth

Drop a bunch of chits with embarassing one-liners, eg: I have just met you, but I love you, into a hat. Every guest gets one chit and the person he/she has to tell it to. The perfect ice-breaker game.



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