Here is another game from Wes Briscoe. Wes calls it frozen tshirt. I hope he doesn’t mind the creative rewrap. Here is how you play the game straight from Wes.

Before the event: Thoroughly soak T-Shirts and fold them up like you would put them away in a drawer. Now place them in the freezer overnight. Make sure the T-Shirts are well frozen before the event. I’d give yourself at least a day, if not more than that for the T-Shirts to freeze.

Before the¬†Game: Give every player one of the frozen T-Shirts(Store them in a ice chest to get them on stage). On the signal, players have to put their frozen T-Shirt on. But it’s kinda hard to put on a frozen folded T-Shirt, so they’ll need warm it up a lot. They can use anything to warm up their T-Shirt. The first player to put their frozen T-Shirt on wins.

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4 Responses to “FRIGID FASHION SHOW”

  1. T.J. Woodard February 9, 2011 at 6:41 pm #

    what font is that? i love it.

    and actually, is it possible to post the names of the fonts when you post these graphics?
    it would make it much easier to customize them or throw my group name on them.


  2. chadswanzy February 10, 2011 at 7:50 am #

    the font is called kilogram

  3. Matt May 22, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    i soaked the shirts, but didnt wring them out before freezing. they came out as ice chunk and were *impossible* to warm up and unfold in the 7 minutes I allotted for the game. My bad for not trying it out before hand, but students still had fun! Just be sure to wring out the shirts before you freeze them.


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