A couple of weeks ago, I stepped way out of my comfort zone and attended my very first pansexual makeout party. Some friends had invited me, and since making out is one of my favorite pastimes, I said yes. And at best? Well, I'd get to spend my Friday night making out with some beautiful men and women instead of eating cheap pizza, watching Netflix, masturbating, and passing out before midnight. So after a day of sweat-inducing anticipation, I got stoned AF with a couple of friends, piled in an Uber, and journeyed to the candlelit Brooklyn loft where it would all go down.
Lessons I Learned from Playing Spin-the-Bottle, Realized 11 Years Later
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Ahhh, is there anything quite as entertaining, fascinating, and terrifying as teenage hormones? Those pesky gland-produced molecules stir up all kinds of emotions and bodily outputs that are beyond anyone's control, leading to some pretty unexpected and embarrassing events. In high school, hormones drive teenagers to do some wild and daring things, especially at parties or get-togethers. This is why games such as Truth or Dare, Spin the Bottle, and Seven Minutes In Heaven were invented — to stimulate the hormones, minds, and libidos of young adults. Games like these are a past-time at coming of age events such as sweet sixteen's, homecoming, and prom, although they're likely to occur on any given Friday or Saturday night, as well. During these games, teens expect to partake in some innocent kissing between friends, but what normally ends up happening is a night filled with all sorts of drama and memories that forever get burned into our minds for the worst reasons.
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Spin the Bottle: You can't choose who you end up with, only what you do with the person chosen. As a year-old woman, I finally see the deeper meaning of this game. Turns out, being a year-old sitting on the carpet of a living room filled with pre-pubescent middle schoolers waiting anxiously to see where the bottle would stop taught me more than just how to handle a mini-panic attack. While celebrating my birthday last weekend, my friends and I decided to reminisce about the past a little bit. For example: I loved giving people advice, flipping through magazines and writing—now I work at a magazine.