I grew up with five brothers. Long before I ever heard the term water boarding I was intimately familiar with something my brothers called submarining. This was just one of the torture games (they) we played... I'm sure if I listed the game names or descriptions of them here that many would be familiar with them. The games were designed to inflict as much pain on the other person as possible until that person asked for "mercy" These games were ones that inflicted pain without leaving a mark or leaving as small of a mark as possible. So for those of you with siblings, cousins, or close friends, I'd like to hear from you. What games did you play (describe if necessary). Thanks
Edited 5 y ago
Posted 5 y ago
CPT (Join to see) There is (5) years between me and my brother. I use to terrorize him when were younger. I don't ever remember playing any board games back in those days until I had children of my own. I do remember making my brother do everything for me when I was 13-year-old and he was 8. When he refused one day I hung him up by his underwear on a hook in the garage. My mother had to come from work and of course that was the end of my reign at the home front and we got shipped off the YMCA. That is where I got my first leadership position at age 13 as a Junior Leader ($1.09 an hour part-time) during the summer. It so the journey began for me in leadership, just because I hung my brother on a hook in the garage!
Smear the queer (which is a football game with three or more people. Dodge Ball, hid and seek, basketball, football, marbles, spades, black jack, I declare war, go fish, pencil fighting, (rock ,paper, scissor ) kick ball. Hungry hungry hippo, operation, clue, monopoly,and allot more. We stayed busy and stayed outside.
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