A friend and I hosted a Hillbilly Chili Date Night. Well, she did most of the work, but we let the party take place at our shack. We had so much fun, way too many laughs that caused sore cheeks, and some delicious foods. I'm thinking that some of us with children weren't sure how to properly act without children around. Haha! It was a fun night and I believe most had a good time. Here's some of the shenanigans that took place.
A photo booth where everyone had to wear Billy Bob teeth. :)
We had a chili cookoff and dessert contest too.
The food was amazing and fun to taste each kind.
Let eh games begin!!!!
The first game was Ready Spaghetti.
One player took a spaghetti noodle (actually I used fettucine noodles so they'd be thicker) and had to put one end through the tab of an empty can of pop. After they got it through, the other player grabbed onto the other end to take the can across the line. They couldn't use their hands and if the noodle broke, they had to use whatever pieces were left. We timed them and for how many cans they got across, we deducted time off their final score.
The second game was Penny Hose. There was a penny in each foot of a pair of panty hose. One arm from each couple had to reach in and get the penny then get it back out and on the table, without using their other hand. It was a challenge and some accomplished it, in interesting ways. :)
The third game was the Wrap Around. They had to unwrap a roll of crepe paper on their spouse before 1 minute was up. I honestly didn't think about people getting really dizzy. It was comical and some were quite creative so they wouldn't get dizzy.
Then the grand idea of playing phone with the Billy Bob teeth in. Oh my goodness was this ever funny. What do adults do when there's no children? We let go and have fun!!!
Thank you everyone who came to enjoy a night out! Thank you to Casie who did so much to put it all together and make it actually happen. We must make this a regular thing. I'm sure we all got healthier from all the laughing. Such good medicine! Good food and fellowship and wonderful friends!