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Paper party games for teens!

The games below were submitted by visitors so if you have any great paper party games or in fact any other birthday party game, then why not SUBMIT IT. The best ones get published on this website!



What you need:
Pen and paper for each player


How to play:
Each person gets a piece of scrap paper and, and without letting the other players see, each player writes down the name of a girl (better if everyone in the room knows her). Then they fold that bit of paper over so the others can't see and pass it on to the next player. Then that player writes a place such as: the toilets, cinema and school and do the same, fold over and pass on.  Carry on passing the paper around, which each person writing something using the following subjects:


- name of girl
- name of place
- name of boy
- what time
- what she was wearing
- what he was wearing
- what she said
- what he said back
- conclusion


After you've passed it the whole way round the person holding each piece of paper reads it out like this ......

"Emma went to the girls toilets to meet Jake. At midnight they went to study... she was wearing a boob tube and a union jack mini skirt and he was wearing a pair of swimming trunks. She said 'You look lovely tonight' and he replied 'I do don't I?' In the end Emma slapped Jake round the face and took her child from him with her."


Submitted by: Arianne (Leeds)


What You Need : 
First you need 4 or more friends, paper for everyone and a pen for everyone.


How to play : 
There needs to be a certain number of categories, in this instance 7.


1. Toothpaste
2. Favorite chocolate
3. Picture of dress they have drawn
4. Favorite animal
5. Dream holiday destination
6. Favorite clothes shop
7. Favorite color

Each friend writes down on a slip of paper their answers to the categories and then puts their paper in the middle of the floor/table.They MUST NOT put their name on it. Then the rest of the players take it in turns to pull out one of the pieces of paper and they have to guess who wrote it. Whoever guesses right gets a prize.


Submitted by: Amy (London)


There are two people and they each have a sheet of paper. Each person writes down 5 questions and 5 answers. The questions and answers don't have to match up so you can just write down random things or whatever comes into your head.

The first person then asks their questions first says their question which might be "What is your favourite hobby?" and the other person says their first answer that is written down on their paper. It might be "Barnie's on fire!" Then they switch and the second person asks a question to which the other person replies and so on. A fun game with some really fun answers!


Submitted by:  Gee (New Zealand)