Wrap up two or more people in Saran Wrap so they can't move their legs at all. You can wrap loosely all the way up to their shoulders but leave their arms free. (Leaving their arms free is the safest way but some groups have wrapped arms too. These groups had extra staff asigned to watch and spot the wrapped kid so they don't fall. They could get hurt if they fell since they don't have arms free to catch themselves.) Instruct the students not to use their arms but keep them behind their backs. Carefully lie them down on the floor. When you say “go,” they must “inch” down to a designated point and have a banana fed to them by a friend (no hands of course). Hilarious to watch.
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