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Sarah asked:

Occasion: Bat Mitzvah
Help! I need some great super fun games that would be good for a co-ed bat mitzvah for teens.

The Game Girl says:

Find out who has Fumble Fingers with a game of Don't Drop It! Find two sets of ten items that are awkward to pass hand to hand, such as a feather, flypaper, popcorn kernel, Slime, caterpillar, toothpick, glass of water, ice cream cone, plate of marbles, and so on. Set the items on a table in a row. Have each player put on a pair of roomy garden gloves. Divide the group into two teams and have each team form a line. Have the first players on each team pick up the first item from the table and pass it to the next player in line. If a player drops or spills the item, it must be returned to the table and passed from the beginning again. First team to complete all the passes, wins! Here's a variation: Have the two teams wearing gloves stand in line. Give the first players the same number of pieces of gum as there are players on the team. The first player must hold the gum, and try to unwrap a piece to put in his mouth, then pass the gum pieces on to the next player, who must try to do the same. The first team to have all their mouths full of gum wins the game!

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