Journal Entry: Idea for a Children’s Party Game

Journal entry, 10 Germinal 225: Minotaur today reminisced about games he used to play as a child, such as “Dr. Naismith’s invention,” blind man’s bluff, “high stakes” mumblety-peg, and “Who exactly is my father?”

“The funnest games are those that force interaction upon the youth,” he opined, then added:

“I think a good game for children to play at a party would be as follows. One child gets a mouth full of root beer. Another gets a mouth full of vanilla ice cream. Then they put their mouths together to make a root beer float.”