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    At the weekend for my birthday I'm having a camping party in a field near my house (we have permission). I have 21 girls coming, but people are all from different friendship groups and a few don't really know anyone so I'm worried that it might be a bit awkward? Obviously loads of alcohol, shots and music is a good idea, but what drinking games etc can we do in a field?
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    Most hilarious games I've played at a party is called "fruits". Not sure how practical it is for 21 people but I'll tell you anyway!

    You all sit in a circle and each choose a fruit (or veg) and a hand/arm gesture to go with it (most common one is usually "cucumber" and a ****ing gesture. Drunk people always go for the obvious hahaha). Once you all have a fruit and gesture, you have to start a call. So someone says, for example "banana [+ gesture] calling grapes [+ gesture]", making sure to do the gesture for each fruit they call. Then that person calls someone else and so on and so forth. The catch here is that at no time are you allowed to let your teeth show, otherwise you have to take a drink (you also have to drink if you get someone's gesture wrong). So you have to play this game whilst talking like toothless grannies, which is hilarious enough anyway but becomes hysterical when everyone's tipsy :P

    Best ice-breaker ever.
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    ring of fire is fantastic! (see rules online)
 
 
 
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