Yes, dear Saritha..I can suggest you very good games! These will be very interesting for your friends - :-P
1) "Passing the Gift Parcel" - :razz:
(Preparation: Pack a gift very well in gift wrapping & ribbons etc; Then wrap it with another white paper and put a label on it: "Stand up on your chair & bray like a donkey". Then again wrap it and label it: "Come to the centre of the room and act like a monkey". Keep wrapping & labelling the gift for atleast 15 times with different penalties. (Each should be fun & not very vulgar) The last wrapping has no label on it. Please do the wrapping with cello-tape, so that it can be opened easily - one by one.)
The Game: Place chairs in a circle facing inwards. Play music and pass the parcel. When the music stops....You say that there is a gift inside the box and whoever gets it can keep it ...but they should remove the wrapping (Only one wrapping - you may help them) and show it to everyone. They have to read the label and follow the instructions on the label.
So now the gift becomes "red-hot" and no one wants to hold it. 14 people have to face penalties before the 15th lucky person gets the gift. But only you know when?!!!
It is a lot of fun if only you keep the secret. Each time u tell them next is the gift!!!
Please let me know if you need more games -
Vishwa - Dubai, UAE
May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of Diwali is here and the atmosphere is filled
with the spirit of mirth and love, here's hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with
you and your family through the days ahead. Best wishes on Diwali and New Year.
Regards - Rasidah
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