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but maybe someone of the people you invited?

It's an area of limited resources, no one has consoles...

I was thinking of games that don't require many accessories... Like some activities with paper and pencil or cards or just people...

But thanks for the suggestion... I can put the children to sing on some kind of human simulation :)

Now the adults...

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David Silver's site has puzzles, quizzes, Bible character games that are fun for younger ones... as for the brothers...hmm...

a lil more difficult :S

 

 do they like Bible trivia?

 

entertaining a room full of sisters is an easy one :D ... usually start with a nice bottle of wine :drink:

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David Silver's site has puzzles, quizzes, Bible character games that are fun for younger ones... as for the brothers...hmm...

a lil more difficult :S

do they like Bible trivia?

entertaining a room full of sisters is an easy one :D ... usually start with a nice bottle of wine :drink:

Lol :)

Do you have the link for that site?

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I uae to have a few parties. One brother was from.Chillie he plays guitar he was fun.

A few songs you could sing too.

Do any of your friends have a guitar

Mum & I would get the insight books. Make up bible games.

Like Who was Isaiahs Wife?

Consequences. Everyone has a paper & pencil. Don't write your name. Put anothers like an actor pass on the paper. Write a place. Pass on again. Write what they did. Pass on agAin.

Who they met. Pass on again. Etc.

So at the End of the game.

Should be funny.

For eg. Gabe went for a drive she met Macgyver & The consequences were.....

Whatever your imagination comes up with.

Have fun.

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I will try this, it seems very good. Thanks a lot :)

We used to use forks but it was too dangerous. When we play, it is really a lot of fun. I didn't read the directions, but when you are out, no one can talk to you and your job is to try to get them to talk to you and they are out too. We've played with as many as 12 people at once.

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To play a game we like all you need is a dictionary and some paper and pens. To start the game one person chooses an obscure word in the dictionary and writes the definition on a piece of paper. Everybody has to come up with a meaning for that word and write it on a piece of paper. Once everyone has finished writing down all of their definitions they are handed to the person who chose the word and all the definitions are read out. Everybody has to choose which definition is correct. If no one gets the correct definition the person who chose that word gets 4 points. If you wrote down the correct definition you get 3 points. If someone chooses your definition you get 2 points. If you guess the correct definition at the end you get 1 point. You keep going until everyone has had a chance to choose a word. This game is a lot of fun.  :)

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The game Ashley said with the Dictionary was came to my mind, but I was beat to the punch - it is a bot of fun. One thing to mention is that when we played it we told everyone to write a definition "in their own words" and the one who chose the word was also to use "their own words" not just coup the definition from the book ... makes it more challenging, and fun.

 

Another one we used to play we called "resurrection" We took the same number of pennies (you could use poker chips) and made an "X" on ONE with a pencil - the idea is that the "X" is not obviously visible except to the one who gets it. Put the pennies in a bowl. Everyone picks out a penny without trying to look at them to see the "X".

 

After everyone has a penny everyone then looks at their penny. Then, they all sit around a table or in a room looking at each other. The one with the penny is the "resurrector" and they have to "wink" at one of the other people without anyone else seeing them. When someone is winked at, they toss their penny back in the bowl and say "I've been resurrected". If you see the person with the "X" wink at someone else, you accuse them of being the resurrector.

 

If they are, you win that round. If you are wrong, you are out of that round.

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Physcitrist is hilarious. Pick 3 people who have never played which at this point is usually everyone. I recommend asking for volunteers and pick the 3 w best sense of humor. you send them off to another room. Then you tell everyone what their problem is. Everyone has the same problem. You are the person to the right of you. You act like them talk like them ect. So once you tell everyone their problem you bring the other 3 back in and they have to figure out everyones problem by asking questions. Any question they want. Now if they ask someone a question and that person thinks by answering that question it will easily let the physcatrists figure out the problem they stand up and say i think im going crazy and everone jumps up and changes seats so now the person to the right of them is different, so you start acting thinking like that person.

Its a lot of fun

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