Pool Party- Please answer :) thnx?!

Question: Pool Party- Please answer :) thnx!?
im having a pool party dor my 14th and im inviting about 7-10 ppl, wat kinda games should we play apart from Marco Polo, Chicken and beach volleyball!? And is there any ideas about how to make it an awesome party!? its for boys and girls aged 14-16 and i really want to look good for the day :D thanksWww@FoodAQ@Com

Get some water guns and have a water fight, you will be wet anyway!! also make sure there are some pool friendly snacks and drinks for people to eat, like crackers and cheese or chips and pretzels kinda thing and have some punch etc!. You could also have like a cannonball contest or something like that!. Get yourself a sweet bikini and put your hair up in a loose ponytail, you will look awesome!! It sounds like super-fun, makes me wish I wasn't surrounded by 2 feet of snow at my house!!Www@FoodAQ@Com

This site might have what you want: www!.chase-games!.com
They have something called the Mall Photo Chase, which is a mall scavenger hunt with digital cameras, and an Amazing Race party plan that is great for a birthday party, sleepovers, scavenger hunt!. They sell for about 5 or 6 $ through paypal or ebay!. Good Luck!Www@FoodAQ@Com

For ur party u should definitely have pizza and truth or dare would be an awesome game for a teen party!. Plus don't wear any dorky outfits you so wouldn't have a cool party if u look dumb!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Play under-water tag, have a big splash contest, race swimming under water, etc!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

booze weed and hella muzic and make shure u waer a hella small bikinni so u get the guys attention!!! gd luck have funWww@FoodAQ@Com

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