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☀☺☀ The ☛TWISTER☚ Rules (according to Ulf) ☀☺☀
Posted May 28th, 2011 - 11:06 am by from Cologne, Germany (Permalink)
Hey All!


I'm trying to find my old XXL twister mat (3 normal ones taped together) so we can perhaps play a bit with it at the Base during the VC.

Would anyone be down for this (if not I can just as well skip searching it and leave it at home...)???


Maat et joot! / Take care!


Ulf

Posted May 28th, 2011 - 11:17 am by from Cologne, Germany (Permalink)
Oops - I completely forgot the important big:-D



For I would then also suggest my rules by which me and a couple of sauna
friends of mine used to play it for years! But that is obvously just a
suggestion, really, and we can also stick to the "standard" more
Evangelical/family-friendly rules. I was just thinking, since it's hopefully gonna be sunny and we're all so "open-minded" ...


These would be "my" rules:




❶ Take Off All Your Clothes!

While getting naked is always a good rule ❶ in this case it's actually essential to do the TWISTER (according to Ulf).
However: if for what reasons ever (religious, cultural or hygienic...) you can't do the full monty then try at least to use as little cloth as possible (bikinis, G-string, C-string...)!


❷ Grease Is the Word!

Apply the Baby Oil that comes with the TWISTER (according to Ulf) to every bit of naked skin - except for your foot soles. Don't use too much though - it should not drip from your body!!!


❸ C'mon let's TWIST again!

Play the TWISTER following the Official Twister Rules in their Ulfly enhanced version:

ⓐ Setting up the Game
- Spread the mat face up on a flat surface, indoors or outdoors.
- Use the single mat for 2 or 3 players, the double mat for 4, 5 or 6 players and the triple mat for 7, 8 or 9 players.
- If for what reasons ever (religious, cultural or hygienic... you're not too comfortable with too much body contact use the single mat for 2 players, the double mat for 3 or 4 and the triple mat for 5 or 6 players.
- If you're playing outdoors, you may want to anchor the mat corners (e.g. with your shoes).
- Designate an extra person as the referee. The referee is not considered a player; during the game, the referee will spin the spinner, call out the moves, and monitor the game play.
- Position yourselves on the mat according to the number of players, as explained below:
For a 2-player game: Players face each other from opposite ends of the mat, near the word Twister . Place one foot on the yellow circle and the other foot on the blue circle closest to your end of the mat. Your opponent does the same on his or her end.
For a 3-player game on a single mat: Two players face each other on opposite ends of the mat, near the word Twister. Each player places one foot on the yellow circle and the other foot on the blue circle closest to his or her end of the mat. The third player faces the center from the redcircle
side of the mat, placing one foot each on the two middle red circles.
For a 3-player game on a double mat: Two players face each other on opposite ends of one of the halves of the double mat, near the word Twister. Each player places one foot on the yellow circle and the other foot on the blue circle closest to his or her end of the mat. The third player positions himself like the first one standing next to him alone on the other half of the double mat.
For a 4-player game on a double mat: Two players on each half of the double mat face each other from opposite ends of their half of the double mat, near the words Twister. Place one foot on the yellow circle and the other foot on the blue circle closest to your end of the mat. Your opponents do the same on their ends.
For a 5-player game on a double mat: Two players position themselves like the two players in a 2-player game (s.a.!) on one half of the double mat while the other three position themselves like the three players in a 3-player game on a single mat (s.a.!) on the other half.
For a 5-player game on a triple mat: Two + two players position themselves like the two + two players in a 4-player game on a double mat (s.a.!) on two thirds of the triple mat while the 5th player stands alone on the left third like the 3rd player in a 3-player game on a double mat (s.a.!).
AND SO ON...

ⓑ How to Play
- The referee spins the spinner, then calls out the body part and the color that the arrow points to.
For example, the referee may call out: "Right hand, red." All players, at the same time, must then try to follow the referee's directions as explained below.
- Each player must try to place the called-out body part on a vacant circle of the called-out color.
For example, if the referee calls out "Right hand, red," each player must try to place a right hand on any vacant red circle.
- If your called-out hand or foot is already on a circle of the called-out color, you must try to move it to another circle of the same color.
- There can never be more than one hand or foot on any one circle. If two or more players reach for the same circle, the referee must decide which player got there first. The other player(s) must find another vacant circle of the same color.
- Never remove your hand or foot from a circle unless you're directed to by the referee after a spin. Exception: You may lift a hand or foot to allow another hand or foot to pass by, as long as you announce it to the referee beforehand, and replace it on its circle immediately afterward.
- If all circles of a color are already covered, the referee must spin again until a different color can be called out.
Strategy: Try moving toward an opponent's portion of the mat, forcing the player to go over or under you to place a hand or foot!

ⓒ Being Eliminated
- Any player who falls, or touches the mat with an elbow or knee, is immediately out of the game. (If you feel that a new position is impossible, or will cause you to fall, you may eliminate yourself.)
- Also any male player who gets an erection as well as any female player who gets ecstatic or too sensitive to bear being touched is immediately out of the game. (If you feel that a new position will cause you to get aroused, you may relieve yourself OFF the mat.) The referee must decide what
exactly constitutes an erections or being too ecstatic.
- In a 2-player game, the game ends and the remaining player wins. In a 3-or-more-player game, the remaining players keep playing until the last remaining player wins.

ⓓ How to Win
The last player left in the game is the winner!

ⓔ Team Play
- For a 4-, 6- or 8-player game, you can form 2, 3 or 4 teams of 2 players each. Teams face each other on opposite ends of the mat (or their half of a double mat or their third on a triple mat), standing side-by-side with each foot on a circle so that all 4 (or 8 or 12) circles closest to the Twister name are covered.
- Just as in the single-players games, the referee spins the spinner and calls out a hand or foot and a color circle. Play as in the single-players games, with this exception: members of the same team can cover the same circle with one hand or foot each.
- As soon as a player falls or touches the mat with an elbow or knee or gets (too obviously) aroused, the player's team is eliminated and the other team is the winner.


Maat et joot! / Take care!


Ulf

Posted May 28th, 2011 - 11:22 am by from Santa Marta, Colombia (Permalink)
well, i am definitely in. c u there.

Posted May 28th, 2011 - 4:09 pm from Vienna, Austria
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Posted May 28th, 2011 - 5:29 pm by from Cologne, Germany (Permalink)
Have your camera ready!

Caspar, Ashley, You, Nina & I - if that's not gonna go viral on youtube, then what???

Posted May 28th, 2011 - 9:53 pm by from San Francisco, United States (Permalink)
HAHA Ulf. I'm pretty sure no one is going to want to see that!