Are we trying to call kids to a holy and pure relationship with Christ or are we just looking for a good time? What a horrible game to play. I would encourage every youth worker to really think this one through and decide not to do it!
quick, easy, funny
Yeah... this is not something that should ever happen at a ministry event; particularly at a student event. Think carefully before using this.
The only rule we have for our games is to not lose trust of parents. I can't imagine the reaction of a parent walking in to see their student shaking their butt at a room full of people...at church. So, I'm going to do head charades instead. Just as funny, and parents can still take youth ministry seriously.
Was such a fun game to play. Everyone loved it. Clearly not for everyone, but the kids all loved it.
BUTT CHARADES? REALLY?!! Was there any thought put into this becoming exceedingly sexual? Just imagine teenagers playing this and moving in very provocative ways, or even the reactions to moving in regular ways! Please remove this game from your sight!
Horrible Idea!! I don't know why this game is still even up on this website.
NO! Students (and some leaders) lack the maturity to know when a butt is funny and when it is perverted.
I will stay far from this game.
Terrible, Terrible game. Don't encourage your kids to look at each other's butts.
Strange that people are complaining about this game. 20 years in ministry with students, and this isn't close to the insanity of deacons sneaking around and smoking and the adult women gossiping. it is a game. They are not looking at a naked butt.
This game isnt dirty or anything. We played it in youth group as an icebreaker and everyone was rolling on the floor laughing so hard that they were crying. Its an awesome game!
A great way to encourage the guys in your youth group to stare at the girls' butts all their little hearts desire... Best played after a purity conference! sheesh.
I can't believe anyone (leaders especially!) would be immature enough to actually use a game where the point is to stare at another person's butt--especially in youth ministry. This is appalling, not edifying.