Funny Hen Party Games To Play At Home
Are you hosting the Hen Party at home? There is almost no better environment for a few cheeky Hen Party Games.
I’ve seen these slightly naughty games work brilliantly at various Hen Dos. They can be played at any time during the evening, but the more relaxed your guests are the better, so perhaps get a couple of shandies down their necks first!
Hen Party Game No. 1: The Worst Willie
You’ll need a shed load of plasticine for this one (Hasbro Play Doh works well) and there are a couple of variations to choose from.
Variation No. 1
Hold a competition between all the girls. They compete individually and the aim is to create the most convincing model of the male genitalia from plasticine.
The bride-to-be can judge who wins. That person receives a prize. The creator of the weirdest willie should be made to perform a forfeit. See my posts on Hen Party Prizes and Hen Party Forfeits for ideas.
A great little add-on for this Hen Party Game is for all the girls to have a guess at the size of the winning model (length and girth). The nearest guess also wins a prize.
Variation No. 2
This version is slightly more cost-efficient because you don’t need as much plasticine (which can work out quite expensive). Blindfold the bride-to-be and two of the bridesmaids. They are now given a set amount of time (I like to make it between three and five minutes to really put the pressure on) to sculpt the perfect penis from plasticine without being able to see.
As the hostess, you can judge whose willie is most realistic. Check out this video of a couple of ladies playing this exact game at a Hen Do!
Hen Party Game No. 2 – Toilet Paper Couture
This is a ‘Generation Game‘ style activity that can produce some brilliantly funny results.
Split the girls into four teams. Their task is to design and create a wedding dress from toilet paper and a few other unlikely items.
Give each team a few choice items; really use your imaginations here and give the girls some weird and wonderful stuff to play with. A few items I like to include are:
- A roll of white toilet paper.
- A roll of pink toilet paper.
- Silver tinsel.
- Christmas Tree baubles.
- Used Sweet Wrappers.
- Used Soft-Drink Cans.
They should create the wedding dress on one member of their team. They are given only 5 minutes to complete the task. You should definitely time it as it makes the whole thing more manic and far funnier. A great idea is to give the competitors constant time checks (ie. You only have two minutes left). This really puts on the pressure and generally makes the finished outcome more haphazard and hilarious.
When the time is up, play a catwalk style pop song (I’m Too Sexy or Don’t Ya Wish Your Girlfriend Was Hot Like Me) to which the ‘models’ (the girls who are wearing their team’s wedding dress design) must strut their stuff.
You can then hand out prizes for;
- The most original design.
- The most beautiful design.
- The classiest design.
- The funniest design.
That way all of the teams win something!
Hen Party Game No. 3 – Pin The Penis
Get a large cardboard cut-out of a classic Hunk. I normally go to the local Top Man or Next and ask them for any posters of underwear models they have finished with; they are normally more than happy to hand them over.
Then create 5 or 6 cardboard penises (to scale with the hunk – how el endowed you make him is up to you). These can literally be cut out from pink card and the outline drawn with a felt tip. Stick a bit of Blu Tack on the back of each penis.
Give each contestant a cardboard willie which they should mark with their initials. Then blindfold all of the girls taking part. In turn they must all pin the penis on the hunk as near to the appropriate place as possible.
The girl who gets the penis nearest to the crutch area wins!
For more ideas of games to play out and about have a look at my post Hen Party Games To Play At a Bar or Club and Fabulous Hen Party Games To Play Round The Dinner Table.
If you’re having your Hen Party soon, good luck and enjoy yourself. Let me know how it goes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s all for now.