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Pterodactyl Party Game

By Tanner Perkes


Pterodactyl is a group game in which you get your family or your friends or whoever you want and you get them all in a big circle and the objective of the game is to get other people to show their teeth. So you have you cover your teeth with your lips like this [he then demonstrated by covering his teeth with his lips]. So, you do that and then each person takes turns either saying pterodactyl or making a pterodactyl screech. If you say “pterodactyl” to the next person in the circle then it just goes on to them, but if they want to turn it around so it goes the opposite direction they do a pterodactyl screech. For example: BAH! [he made a short, squacky screech]. So that would turn it to go to the left instead of the right, or whatever direction you were going. And if you laugh so that you can see your teeth, you’re out. And you just go until everyone’s out. [I then reminded him of a rule that I remember playing with when I first played with him] I like to play it where if you cover your face or you hide yourself so that you can’t see your face then you’re out because that’s totally cheap

Topics: Party, social, group, dinosaur
Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
Year: 2017
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