You need spoons or forks for everyone participating, something gross to eat (baby food, Vienna sausages in a can or something that can be easily passed, yet not gladly eaten).
The concept is the same as Hot Potato. When the high energy music starts you pass your object. When the music stops the person(s) with the object(s) must take a spoon/fork full.
Try to have them do this as quickly as possible, so you don’t lose the momentum of the game. Start the music back up and go again. The number of objects you have circulating should correspond with the number of participants (i.e. 50 – 100 teens to 5 – 10 bottles of baby food circulating). Participants should be either sitting on the floor or in chairs in a circle. Have paper towels on hand for messes.
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