Here are two fun kissing party games that teenagers would enjoy.
Number of people: 8+
Can be played in a big room or outdoors.
Divide your guests into two groups – boys and girls. Let the boys number themselves from 1 to ? and let the girls do the same. Players must keep their number a secret.
The host stands in the middle and call out two random numbers – if the host is male, then the first number will be that of a girl and the second number that of a boy. Whoever’s number was called must run up to the host to kiss him. The boy whose number was called must try to kiss the girl before she gets to kiss the host.
Whoever manages to ‘get there first’ takes over he roll of the host in calling the next two numbers.
Play until everybody has had a turn or until the game decends into chaos.
Props: 2 Dice; Numbered cards with body parts; 2 Sets of cards numbered from 1 to max number of boys/girls.
Number of people: 6+
Divide your guests into two groups – boys and girls. Hand out number cards to the boys and the girls. Players must keep their number a secret.
The host throws the dice 3 times. The first number selects the girl, the second number selects the boy she must kiss and the third number selects a card that displays a body part where she has to kiss him.
Ideas for body part cards:
Continue playing, next time selecting the boy first and then selecting the girl he has to kiss.
Play until everybody has had a turn at being ‘kisser’.
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