Fear Factor party games are a hilarious way to liven up your next party. Do you remember the show Fear Factor? The whole idea was the players competed in creepy and gross challenges to become the winner. Genius! Have your friend compete in some super crazy Fear Factor party games to become the winner. I’ve got some great ideas below!
5 Hilarious Fear Factor Party Games To Gross Out Your Friends
We make 2 dozen hard baked eggs every week, I know I've shared this often but if you're new here and hate the smell of hard boiled eggs in your house, bake them! I just use a mini muffin tin- bake at 325 for 30 min and put in ice immediately afterward. Your house won't smell and they peel SUPER easy. I'll also cross my fingers for ya that your 5 year old won't sneak them out of the fridge and smash them all over your kitchen like mine did 😊 #hardboiledegg #baked #paleolife
Overcome a fear and take a challenge. Boil a couple of eggs and place them in a bowl of rare eggs. All players will pick up an egg from the bowl and crack it on their foreheads. Whoever gets more than two rare eggs on them loses the game. For a laugh, try filling a bowl full of all hard-boiled eggs and trick the people playing into thinking there are some rare ones in it.
Baby Food Taste Test
Take different types of baby foods and empty them into separate bowls. Make sure you know which is which or someone does, label each bowl with numbers and add food coloring to each to make them look different. Have players taste and guess each one by writing their guesses down. Once everyone is done, have the person who knows look over the answers on the paper to determine a winner.
Fill a tub or little pool with water, marbles, and ice. Place your feet in and try to pick up as many marbles as you can within two minutes. The winner will be determined when whoever has the most marbles in their pile by the end of the game. OMG this game is hilarious.
Dog Biscuit Race
You must pick up a dog biscuit with your mouth and race across the room to drop it in a bucket. To win the game you must have six or more do biscuits in your team’s buckets by the end of ten minutes. If using dog biscuits freaks you out too much, what about these homemade frozen peanut butter doggie treats? (make sure your friends don’t have allergies before you start!)
Put it on Ice
Each player holds an ice cube in their fist for a long time. You cannot open or fist or trade hands. Time each player and determine a winner after everyone cannot hold on or the ice in the fist has melted.
I think I want to try the dog biscuit relay first, but with homemade treats. It will still be a bit gross (eww those treats are for dogggggssss), and more difficult since the treats are frozen!
Which of these Fear Factor party games are you going to play?
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