okayy. i NEED IDEAS FOR A HOLLOWEEN PARTY! were having a HUGE one here and we need some ideas on games we can play. something fun. like example you know on mtv they have those things for spring break? and its on tv. The whip cream. guessing games? etc. ANYTHING like that we can relate to holloween would be GREAT.
a FIVE for anyone who can help me out. THANKS
if you dont have anything a site to help me with games might help to. ill give a 4 for websites! thank you!!
Or, You play a triva game, and the person who has it wrong has to sit on a water balloon.
But the one we always loved, althought it may be a bit cold for Halloween, we'd always get one water balloon each, and choose who we'd break them on. The person has to stand there, but then he gets his turn next. [ SakuraSong's advice column | Ask SakuraSong A Question ]
x0Leah0x answered Tuesday October 4 2005, 10:57 pm: hmmm a rlly fun game to play is mummy wrap. Get a binch of toilet paper, and have teams of 2. One person wraps the other person in as much toilet paper as they can in a period of time. The best one wins =)
sizzlinmandolin answered Tuesday October 4 2005, 10:32 pm: My friends and I used to have halloween parties and we used to play this amazing game. The person who was having the party would set up a murder scene in their basement or whereever they wanted. Within certain boundaries there would be three or so hidden clues about the murder. They were hidden really well. The best part was that the murderer and the accomplice were two people at the party and they didn't know about it. It was a lot like a real life Clue game. Another great thing about it was that you didn't have to just play the game. You could sit around and eat food, play other games, do whatever, the game was just a filler that set up a great atmostphere for a halloween party. Hope you have a great time with whatever you do! [ sizzlinmandolin's advice column | Ask sizzlinmandolin A Question ]
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