The rest of the group has to guess which one's the lie.
After an hour, all teams meet back up and see who ended up with the coolest item.
This is an improv game that's more fun when your party's made up of creative people who like to ham it up.
As a group, try to "untwist" yourselves into a circle without letting go of anyone's hand.
Twister is always a classic party game that always ends in giggles.
When you're first getting to know someone, a lull in the conversation can feel awkward. Just ask a few questions and get the conversation rolling again.
Whether it's your first date or your thirtieth, you can always ask questions to get to know someone better.Buy it here, or make your own mega-board out of an old bed sheet and magic markers or construction paper circles.The bigger your homemade board, the more people can play at once.Sit in a circle and give everyone a pile of 20 pieces of candy.Go around the circle saying things that you've never done - for instance, "I've never been to Europe," or "I've never stayed up all night." After every statement, anyone who's done that thing eats a piece of their candy. Thread donuts (one donut for every two people) through a thick piece of string, and hang the string between two trees.Break up into teams of three or four and give each team a pencil.