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Spin The Bottle With Your Parents. Wait, Wut?

Spin the Bottle was THE party game of the ’90s. I don’t know what kids do these days at parties, but I’m going to go ahead and assume that there’s an app for that. For those of you who are unfamiliar (born after 2000), spin the bottle is a party game where everyone sits in a circle, and then you take a bottle (generally an empty water or soda bottle if you were underage in the ’90s) and take turns spinning it. You must then kiss whoever the bottle is pointing at when it stops spinning. Sometimes you’d have rules for “levels” of kissing. So for each other individual person in the circle, you’d start with a kiss on the cheek, then the lips, then tongue. Which was great when you didn’t want to kiss certain people, but terrible when you only got to cheek with your crush.

No idea how or why you would play this game with your family, but I guess that’s your business… read more >

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