Sunday, May 13, 2007

At a YRUU overnight.

So, who is up for an all-adults game of Wink at GA?

Seriously, y'all, that game looks fun. They never let the Presby
teens play something like that when I was a kid...

who apologises if this is a double post. it looks like the first one
didn't go through...


"Friends? Hah. These are my only friends. Grown-up nerds like Gore
Vidal. And HE's kissed more boys than I ever will."

--Lisa Simpson


Anonymous said...

Actually, in a couple of congregations, Wink is banned. I know it was banned at the end of my stint in the youth group.
No worries, it is fun...but all adult would probably result in broken bones.

Chalicechick said...

Wink is not banned in our congregation, though I won't say it's widely talked about either.

I think as long as we maximized the "wiggling around on top of each other" and minimized the "pounding on each other and tossing each other around," I think the experience could be highly survivable.


Jamie Goodwin said...

From Wikipedia "Wink is a game generally played by high-school and college-aged people. Play is generally loud and vigorous, and often results in rug burns and other minor injuries."

Sounds fun to me!

PeaceBang said...

My Lord, whatever IS it?

Jamie Goodwin said...