Just watched the Graham Norton Show tonight and was reminded of a game we used to play. Essentially each person takes turns in saying "I Have Never......" followed by a true statement. The answer has to be something that is an everyday activity that will therefore be a shock/surprise to those who hear you 'Have Never.....' done or experienced this.
e.g. One of the guests on Graham's show tonight admitted "I Have Never....... eaten a McDonald's", much to everyone's shock.
Another guest admitted "I Have Never...... cooked a meal".
One of the audience said "I Have Never...... eaten baked beans".
Get the idea? Anyway, this might end up on the Sandpit forum yet, but until we see if it 'takes off', I am guessing the Hubber's Hangout is the best place to see if it becomes popular.
I shall get things rolling by admitting:
I Have Never.......stuck used chewing gum under a school desk
I Have Never........owned a games console (Play Station, Nintendo etc)
I Have Never.......faked an orgasm
I Have Never.......been on a roller-coaster
I Have Never.......been in any one job for more than 18 months (usually get bored)
LOL Camlo, I think you might have missed the point of the "I Have Never....." game. It is meant to be things that most people HAVE done. I don't know anyone who has been skydiving!!! Try again if you dare
I think i'm starting to run out of ideas for your folks to talk about. however, here's a good one. your at a bar, and you ask for another drink then the bar tender responds by giving you the bird so to speak. what would you do?
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