Snap, The Sex Bracelets Are Back In Style
Snap! The Jelly Bracelet Game With Dirty Results.
An overview of the "Sex Bracelet" game and meanings of the colored bracelets used in the game.
Although this game has grown popular again, not everyone 'plays' it when they wear jelly bracelets.
They can be used as part of the 'Sex Bracelet' game, or used innocently to accessorize an outfit.
Me personally, I wear them, but only to "pull an outfit together" or accessorize with.
No one 'snaps' my bracelets, and if they do, they never get anything, except a very irritated girl with a red mark on her wrist.
A Little More About The Jelly Bracelets Used.
One of the newer fads these days are those skinny jelly bracelets from the 1980s... ( The narrow ones, not the wide ones with sayings on them like some people misunderstand. Those could be used also, but the narrow ones are the popular ones to use)
But they have a completely different purpose than when Cyndi Lauper and Madonna wore them.
Now, kids are wearing them and playing the "Snap" game with them, calling them "Sex Bracelets"
Not all kids are doing this, some use them for accessories instead of playing "Snap" with them. (I'm one that uses them for accessories.)
The game involves "snapping" the bracelet off the wearer, enabling the snapper to earn a sexual favor from the snappee based on the color of the snapped off bracelet.
Colors And Meanings Of The "Sex Bracelets" (Jelly Bracelets)
Pink - indicates the wearer is willing to give a HICKEY
Glittery Pink - willing to "flash" (show) a body part
Red - indicates the wearer is willing to perform a LAP DANCE
Orange - indicates the wearer is willing to KISS
Yellow - indicates the wearer is willing to HUG
Glittery Yellow - indicates HUGGING and KISSING is acceptable
Green - indicates that ORAL SEX can be performed on a girl
Glittery Green - indicates that the wearer is willing to "69" (mutual oral sex)
Blue - indicates ORAL SEX performed on a guy
Glittery Blue - wearer is willing to perform anal sex
Purple - indicates the wearer is willing to kiss a partner of either sex
Glittery Purple - wearer is willing to French (open mouth) kiss
Clear - indicates a willingness to do "whatever the snapper wants"
Glittery Clear - indicates that the wearer will let the snappee "feel up" or touch any body part they want
White - indicates the wearer will "FLASH" what they have
Black - indicates that the wearer will have regular "missionary" sex
Those are the main Color - Meanings but like M&M's back in the '80's, there's always variations and not everyone uses the same color coding.
Many children and even adults wear jelly bracelets without any sexual meaning.
Parents of young teenagers and children should be aware of this.