Games & Icebreakers, Sick And Twisted Games, Up-Front Games

Whopper Slopper


Preparation: Plastic tarps to cover the floor, garbage bags for students to wear, chairs, 3×5 cards, pens, and various condiments.

This is a messy game and make sure appropriate steps are made in preparing for it, (i.e.: plastic on floors, kids don’t wear nice, school clothes, etc.) Make sure you choose 4 very brave students for this game. Each student then picks a smart friend to be their partner. Sit the 4 “brave” students in chairs on the floor & give them garbage bags to protect their clothes. The 4 “smart” friends stand behind them. 5 questions will be asked of the teams & the “smart” friends will write their answers down on a 3×5 card. Once all players have answered reveal the correct responses. If they answer correctly the team wins points. If they answer incorrectly the player in the chair gets “slopped” with that condiment associated with that round. (1st round: ketchup, 2nd: mustard, 3rd: relish, 4th: cheese, 5th: Mayo) Give a prize to the player or team with the most points.

Ketchup Round (100 points)
Question: Barrack Obama is what number president? (44th)

Mustard Round (100 points)
Question: What is the capital of the state of California? (Sacramento)

Relish Round: (200 points)
Question: In what European city can you find the Notre Dame cathedral, home of the fictitious Hunchback of Notre Dame? (Paris)

Cheese Round (200 points)
Question: Where can you find the smallest bones in the human body? (ear)

Mayo round (300 points)
Who was the leader of Russia in WW2? (Joseph Stalin)

Tiebreaker Round
Question: In miles, how far is it from Buffalo, New York to Chicago, Illinois by car? (535 miles)

Submitted by Dan M.


Jonathan McKee

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