With the Holiday Season upon us, many of us need party advice. So much to think about! Themes! Games! Food!
Whatever shall we do?
Follow these easy steps:
- “Avoid Sundays, if possible. Sundays attract relatives.”
- Great themes for a kids’ party:
Columbus Day- Celebrate colonialism, together!
Creatures of the Sea-Hey, kids, who wants to see my Snaggletooth? Or a Sarcastic Fringehead?
“Oriental”-It’s based on the entire East half of the whole world!
Cowboy and Indian-Guns! guns! guuuuns!
Hobo-Generally what they call all parties based on hot dogs.
Winter Sports-Yes, I’ll take 20 kids who aren’t mine onto an icy surface and hope no litigation follows.
Mothers and Dolls-Just yuck.
Backwards Party-It’s just, like, really low-budget so leave me alone.
3. And games, who likes games?
Pin the Cow in the bed- Requires A LOT of adult supervision.
Pig Race-This is for people with a really, really big yard.
Cotton Ball Toss-And this is for people with a LOT of time to fill.
Beans aplenty!-So, you just have a lot of beans. That’s the game.
Feel it!-There is so much potential for this to get weird.
Crazy auction-It’s crazy!
“Creative” activity-Thanks, Madge. I’ll make a note of that.
Rotative games-For miniature accountants.
Advertising Slogans hunt-Corporations own you, kids.
Burglary-Combine your kid’s party with a little money-makin’ side job!