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The Watermelon Game

The Watermelon Game This is one of our all time favourite hen party games. This is a hen party game that is probably best suited for all those hosting a hen party at home or in a private location. I’d also be suggesting to play this game outside if you can, and especially if you don’t fancy finding melon in the strangest of places afterwards. Play 3D Missile a free Action at OneMoreLevel.com. Thousands of free addictive Flash games like 3D Missile and many more.

This is one of our all time favourite hen party games. This is a hen party game that is probably best suited for all those hosting a hen party at home or in a private location. I’d also be suggesting to play this game outside if you can, and especially if you don’t fancy finding melon in the strangest of places afterwards.

The Watermelon game is very simple. Buy one large watermelon and a large bag of rubber bands. You’ll also need a bowl that enables the Watermelon to stand up straight in. Gather all the girls, who have the nerve to play the watermelon version of jenga or buckaroo basically, around the watermelon.

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The first person places a rubber band around the middle of the watermelon. The next person places another rubber band and so on and so on. As the number of rubber bands around the watermelon increases so does the pressure on the watermelon. You’ll actually start to see the belly of the watermelon beginning to fold. Then it’s only a matter of time until…BOOM!

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As each extra rubber band goes on you’ll start to sweat even more. It’s around this time where each individual goes up on their own to put on a rubber band. Eventually the watermelon will explode but which who will be the unlucky person and end up cover in melon. And sure what ever is left over can go into making cocktails.

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Just check out this video below and you’ll be able to see for your self what happens to the watermelon.