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Play The Twits party game

Play this truly disgusting Twits party game with your friends, in this hilarious Roald Dahl twist on the 'pin the tail on the donkey'. . .

 

Whether it's happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughtly little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here's ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!
Whether it's happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughtly little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here's ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!
Whether it's happy or sad, oh-so-scary or just downright funny, everyone has a favourite book from their childhood. From the adventures of one naughtly little bunny, to a caterpillar with a penchant for eating just about anything, here's ten books that are without a doubt, classic. Let the wild rumpus start!


How to play:
 

•  Print out The Twits party game

•  Using scissors, carefully cut out the glass eye from the poster

•  Next, close your own eyes and spin around three times saying 'TWITS LOVE TRICKS' as fast as you can

•  Now try and stick Mrs Twit's eye back where it belongs!

•  The winner is the player who gets the eyeball closest to Mrs Twit's eye
 

download The Twits Party Game

 

 

The Twits

Roald Dahl (and others)

Mr Twit is a foul and smelly man with bits of cornflake and sardine in his beard.
Mrs Twit is a horrible old hag with a glass eye.
Together they make the nastiest couple you could ever hope not to meet.
Down in their garden, the Twits keep Muggle-Wump the monkey and his family locked in a cage. But not for much longer, because the monkeys are planning to trick the terrible Twits, once and for all . . .

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