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Party Theme: Rubik’s Cube Party

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(Monday, May 19 2014) HAPPY 40th Anniversary to the Rubik’s Cube®! 

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Happy birthday to me!

To celebrate, try a 80’s party theme spin-off. Below is how to throw a Rubik’s Cube party, where you strip with a purpose! 

 


The objective of this party theme/game is pretty straightforward. Everyone at the party must (1) arrive wearing all colors of the Rubik’s Cube; and (2) “complete” their puzzle by “stripping and swapping” with others to create a new outfit of one uniform color.

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Rules and Pointers:

  1. Have people wear all colors of the Rubik’s Cube (red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and white).  Make undergarments mandatory, so that your Rubik’s “pieces” can strip and swap in a decent manner. Encourage quirky accessories—the kind that you can only get at a thrift store.party girls turnup
  2. Decorate the party with Jell-O® shots in all the Rubik’s colors, colorful games like Twister, and Rubik’s Cubes.
  3. Have your group decide to change clothes by either (a) swapping whenever a new song is played; or (b) switching throughout the night by one-on-one bargaining.
  4. Award prizes (maybe Rubik’s Cubes?) for: (a) first to “solve” his or her clothing, (b) sexiest guy and girl outfits, and (c) funniest final outfit.
  5. BONUS TURN UP TIP: Make sure everyone knows that boxers and bras count as a layer!

 


 

 

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Hel Ya

Helen Yang ("Hel Ya", Writer) synthesizes Turn Up's creative energies into online form. She has partied in cities outside of New York from L.A. to Shanghai. Hel Ya currently resides in Queens, NY.

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