Spin the bottle

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A game of Spin the Bottle

Spin the Bottle is a party game in which several players sit/stand/kneel in a circle. A bottle is placed on the floor in the center of the circle. A player spins the bottle, and must kiss the person to whom the bottle points when it stops spinning. It is popular among teenagers and is very embarrassing to most.[1] There are a very large number of variants. One variant is that instead, two players must hug within 5 seconds, otherwise, they have to kiss in 10 seconds and if the 10 seconds are up and they haven't kissed, they have to French kiss.

A spinning bottle can also be used to decide the player for another game, such as Truth or Dare? or the Dice Game.

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  1. ^ Brian Sutton-Smith, B. G. Rosenberg. "Sixty Years of Historical Change in the Game Preferences of American Children", The Journal of American Folklore. Volume 74, Number 291, January – March 1961. pages 17-046. ISSN 00218715