The game we all love to play. It's the easiest one to set up too though. All you need is a bottle and a hand to spin it :D
Karachi nights :)
A formal dinner at night.
When the moms and dads got busy in their talks, in their formal attires, mingling, talking and getting updates on all the recent happenings, us friends decided to play a game of truth or dare.
(I'm not sure if it's 'truth and dare', or 'truth or dare' though)
The first task was to gather people our age so that we have a huge circle, and of course so that we can unravel many secrets and see the crazy side of many.
We went out of the hall and into the well lit lawn, with decorated with rockery waterfalls.
The perfect setting for TRUTH n DARE :D
In came the dares of asking on of our friends to act disabled and sit on the wheelchair ans ask the chaperon to push her wheelchair.
It's a delight to see the others make a fool of themselves. Yes, I may sound a bit snobby while saying this but i have every right to after my dare!
Did I mention that we were a large group. Some of the girls we didn't even know personally. The rest of the guys and girls our age were out too since inside was a bore.
I was dared to go up and talk to a guy i hate, ask him how he is and stuff. Now that's something my gutsy self could never conjure up courage for! After much pleading it was finally decided that i had stand on the top of the stairs and sing the entire 'Twinkle twinkle little star' rhyme OUT LOUD.
The stairs were further away from where my 'Truth n Dare' circle was, after many attempts of breaking through my barrier of respect and dignity too I was up on the stairs.
A seventeen year old, who looks wise for her age (I overheard some people saying this about me xD) and one who does not know many people around starts to sing TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR!
That too, totally off-key!
It went something like this:
"Twinkle twwwwiiiinkle liiitlee St-t-taaaaar,
How I WoooonDER whaaaaat you aaaare,
Uuuuuup above the wooooorld sooooo hiiiiiiiigh."
*At this point I just started laughing*
(Beneath the stairs a group of girls was letting out loud guffaws)
That's when of my friend from the circle shouted,"Keep singing LUBAINA!"
Here I go again:
"Like a diaaaamooond"
*laugh plus a giggle*
"A diamooond in the sk-aaaaa-eeeeee"
By this time I heard a hoot and a few claps from the group of guys sitting not much further away from us.
And a clap from another group of teens too.
And of course loud laughs from my circle.
I just have to make a fool of myself!
I've heard had people calling me 'twinkle twinkle' now.
As if I didn't have many nicknames because of my acts already.
Well, The others will have to be careful about playing truth n dare with me again.
one never knows when a feel like avenging my display of foolish-ness.