I know “never have I ever” as the drinking game I played one weekend at the Ex Father In Laws beach house (although before he was officially the father in law) also he wasn’t living in the house at that time, so we (Handy (husband no.1), I and our friends) used to to there to get out of Auckland for the weekend.
Our variation involved sitting around a table as the first person starts out “Never have I ever been stranded on the side of the road.” If someone in the group had been stranded on the side of the road they drank, if no one drinks then the person who said “Never have I ever…” drinks.
Then it goes to the next person. And they say “Never have I ever…” and round and round it goes.
There isn’t really a winner but there are definitely people who end up drinking a lot more than others. Usually the game stops when people get too drunk or the questions get too embarrassing.
I no longer drink (or at least very rarely) but that doesn’t mean I can’t steal the idea for a series of blog posts .. 😉
Never Have I Ever (Part 1)
Changed a tyre
I know it’s not very “girls can do anything” of me – but surely God made boys for more than just pro-creation purposes.
Watched the Green Mile
I just can’t – I don’t even know the story, but I know it’ll make me cry and I bet the big black man dies .. and that mouse ..
Eaten Carl’s Jr
I’ve heard it’s good though.
Worked out how to use a compass
And if I’m honest the need for one – I’m forty something and I’ve got this far without ever using one, although I guess people go their entire lives without knowing how to read and well that’s kind of important, perhaps my lack of using a compass isn’t due to the fact that I don’t need too, I’ve just found other ways of coping?
and speaking of reading;
Read the Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings (series)
Or in fact any book by J.R.R Tolkein, I also haven’t seen any of the movies.
I’ve got to say, this is far easier than the ABC’s of me!
Till next time