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What the *(&@#! is up with the bag on Christmas. Well, allow me to explain.
My family is too poor to afford anything but a paper sack My family puts the fun in dysfunctional.
A few years ago, we were all sitting around at Christmas, and one of my cousins was talking about this game that she had played with friends of hers (my cousin was probably in her late 20s at the time): you take a paper sack, and everyone has to bend over and pick it up, using only their mouth -- nothing but feet on the floor (no hands, no knees, etc). After everyone does the round, you cut a strip off the top of the bag, making it shorter and the game a bit harder. Eventually (or in a fairly short amount of time, depending on who is playing) people start to fall over...
She wasn't at Christmas, but we decided to try again. Because once again we had jello shots. On Christmas morning. Shut up - I told you we put the fun in dysfunctional.
One of the highlights was watching my aunt (who is over 60) try to get down that low.
My youngest sister was the winner. Although I am pleased to report that I made it farther in the rounds than I did the last time we played. Apparently
Seriously, that is impressive.
For some more normal holiday memories