Fee Fie Fool
This is a variation on a couple of the games here. It's a party game, for groups of more than five.
It is a counting game where Fee, Fie and Fool are used instead of the numbers 7, 14, and 21. If anyone forgets to substitute the correct term, they are out of the game.
Sit in a circle and get everyone clapping rhythmically: twice on their lap, twice with their hands. Lap, lap, clap, clap.
When counting starts, the numbers must be announced when clapping hands.
Game play begins with you, shouting "To my left - One!". Next person counts "Two" on so on. The aim is to count to 21(Fool) around the circle. As you go watch out for the numbers 7, 14 and 21. If the number 7 is called instead of Fee, that person is out. Likewise with Fie for 14, and Fool for 21.
When you get to 21(fool) the next person says "Not" and must nominate an additional number as "Fool". For example, he could nominate 3 - and when 3 is reached, that person must stand up and tell everyone about the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to them. Next time around they just shout out "Fool". If the numbered fool forgets to do as they are instructed upon their turn, they are out of the game. Counting resumes in time after the "Fool" story has been done.
The game ends when one person is left.
A variation is for younger players to act silly, like act like a gorilla instead of recounting embarrassing memories for the "fools".
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