Get a basket to hold your candy. Have a master list of the candies so you can look up the answer if you don't know. Have a list of clues for the different candy bars and as you call them out player need to try to guess which candy bar it is for. Whoever guesses it right, gets the candy bar. The clues could be changed to be more appropriate for a wedding or a baby shower. Have fun with it!
Here are some to get you started:
100 Grand = hospital bill, a lot of American money
3 Musketeers = triplets, famous swashbuckling trio
5th Avenue = a famous New York city street
Air Heads = ditzy blonds, balloon people
Almond Joy = you realize it's over, first sight of baby, nut happiness
Baby Ruth = girl, a famous baseball player
Bazooka = weapon of war
Bit of Honey = what bees make
Butterfingers = doctor's fingers, can't hold onto anything
Cadbury Egg = not from an English chicken
Charleston Chews = a gangster's dance
Chunky = poopy diaper, pleasingly plump
Clark Bar = superman's other identity
Creamettes = a dairy dance troop
Crunch = bite with crackling noise
Double Mint gum = twins
Dove = symbolic of peace
Fireballs = heartburn
Goobers = baby's first words, baby spit up
Good and Plenty = a prayer for crops
Gummy Bears = sticky wildlife
Heath = a tract of uncultivated open land
Hershey = two female pronouns
Hugs = congratulations, a show of affection
Jelly beans = fruity vegetables
Jolly Roger = a happy pirate
Junior Mints = boy, the son makes money
Kisses = baby's kiss, a sweet sign of affection
Kit Kat = model feline
Krackle = one third of a talking cereal, walking through leaves
Licorice = somewhat like strong alcohol
Lifesavers = epidural, round flotation devise
Lollipop = 1958 song by the Chordettes, (My Guy), was a theme song for the Dell Mini computer
M and M's = twin letters
Malted Milk Balls = moth balls
Milk Duds = non-lactating breasts, dry cows
Milky Way = galaxy, breast milk
Mounds = Indian burial grounds, breasts
Mr. Goodbar = single woman looking
Payday = day of delivery, favorite day for working people
Peanuts = George Washington Carver, a famous comic strip
PEZ = a sweet treat with many faces
Raisinettes = little bits of sunshine
Reeses Pieces = broken candy, something to phone home about
Rolos = continuous moving circles
Skittles = taste the rainbow, a burst of rainbow flavors
Skor = night of conception
Snickers = baby's laugh, not laughing out loud
Starburst = exploding suns
Sugar Babies = newborn baby
Sugar Daddy = father, someone who buys everything you want
Super Rope = umbilical cord
Swedish Fish = sperm
Taffy = pulled to sweet perfection, ooey gooey pull it all you want
Tootsie Rolls = tiny toes
Turtles = slow moving shells
Whatchamacallit = another word for thingamabob
Whoppers = contractions, really big fish
York = a cool sensation
Zagnut = If bears eat zigberries then people eat what?
At my daughter's bridal shower, last Sunday, the hostess had the most awesome "game". She asked my daughter, the bride to be, and her future mother in law to come to the front of the room.
Now, there would be a race to see who could get dressed the quickest... just like it will be on the day of the wedding. They both were blindfolded and then given a pair of oven mitts. Once the oven mitts were on they were each given a pair of panty hose (stockings) and were told to put them on. It was so funny to watch them.
My daughter "won" but she commented after that with the oven mitts on she couldn't feel the panty hose at all. Her future mother in law even tried to bite a hole in the stocking and then put her foot into that hole because she couldn't find the opening to the stocking at all. We all laughed so hard.
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Here are questions related to Bridal Shower Games Ideas.
I am looking for ideas of games to play at a bridal shower. Something like trivia of the bride and groom. Maybe quizzing her about him. Something to create laughter and fun. Any ideas? What have you done or seen at a shower? Thanks.
I will be hosting a coed wedding shower at the end of May at our church for the couple after the wedding. Mainly to get them connected to other congregation members. The menu is simple: hot dogs, potato salad, chips and lemonade with sheet cake for dessert. I need some help with games or favors. What are some favors and some games that can be done within a reasonable budget? Please help. Thank you.
If you have or can make the supplies, and are a little creative, you can make a simple bingo game. Anything small and round - from traditional bingo chips to Cheez-Its can be use for markers. If the names (his, hers, etc) aren't too long, it shouldn't bee hard.
Also, Charades, and Pictionary type games can be fun, especially if men compete against women. Just remember to keep it friendly and clean, lol! But I know you will.