Emafer wrote:We had a fantastic board game called Labyrinth.
ardy wrote:to this day, i still sing the jingle to 'mystery date'....
totally enjoyed the creepy crawlies thing where you had the metal molds and you'd pour the gooey liquid in the molds and 'bake' them, then put them in cold water to sizzle cold and carefully peel out your spiders, roaches, and assorted worms and bugs...i think this desensitized me from being afraid of most bugs....most, not all.
op-yops! anyone? the pull apart-together yo yo type thing? anyone?
spirographs - would literally wear down the teeth on the wheels from playing with that too much...this led to my incessant doodling whenever i'm talking on the phone or bored...
just a couple of mentions...there are so many more
Emafer wrote:We were also HUGE fans of truth or dare. We hadn't gotten to the point where the "truth" part was terribly interesting but we LOVED making up ridiculous dares. Like jumping into the swimming pool with our clothes on or ringing a neighbor's doorbell and doing something stupid. Or eating hot sauce straight from the bottle.
When I was in college, we consequently found the "dare" part let interesting and we invented a game called "truth or truth" hahahaha The BEST part was that we would ask the question:
Me: Truth, or truth?
Roomie: Um..... this one's hard, um.... truth.
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