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THE BOYS WOULD LINE UP AGAINST THE WALL AND THE GIRLS WOULD LINE UP
IN SINGLE FILE AND STARTING WITH THE FIRST BOY WOULD BEGIN
TO KISS EACH BOY. THE BOY COULD EITHER PASS OR FAIL THE GIRL
ACCORDING TO HOW HE THOUGHT SHE KISSED.
IF YOU FAILED YOU HAD TO KISS THE PERSON
AGAIN UNTIL HE PASSED YOU.
AFTER EACH BOY WAS KISSED AT LEAST ONCE THE ROLES WERE SWITCHED.
THE GIRLS THEN LINE UP AND WERE KISSED BY THE BOY.

Submitter comment: THE OBJECT OF THIS GAME WAS TO FAIL THE BOY OR GIRL THAT YOU
LIKED, THEREFORE LETTING HIM OR HER KNOW YOU LIKED THEM

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; OAK PARK

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Bodily Activity
SPEECH -- Gesture

Date learned: 00-00-1973

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