Summary: That's a No No is a game where the guests can not say the word "no" or "know."
Ages: From 14 and up
Recommended Number of Players: 5 or more
One plastic Hawaii'n lei for each player or any other items that is easily passed from one player to another
Give each player a lei to wear
How to Play:
The goal of the game is to collect as may leis as possible by stealing (winning) them from other guests. To do this, you must get another guest to say the word "no" (or even "know" if you choose). To get a guest to say the word "no," the players must ask questions or make statements which would make the player give a negative answer. If a player (the answerer) forgets to go around the word "no", he or she must give their lei to the person who got them to say it (the asker).
If you have lost your lei, you may continue to play, ask questions, and collect leis.
The winner is the person who has collected the most leis by the end of a pre-determined period.
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