The original box for the game Twister was jarring in its conservatism. Although the game was marketed mostly to kids and teens, emblazoned across the promotional material for its launch were cartoon adults wearing fancy clothes entirely impractical for playing the game. Also inexplicably for a game premised on close contact, the adults left a healthy distance between their bodies. That strange design existed for a reason. The makers of Twister, the board game manufacturer Milton Bradley Company, feared that parents would deem the game inappropriate for kids because of the close physical proximity of its players. To deflect from concerns around sexual undertones, they packaged it as inoffensively as possible. He said it was too far out, kids wrapping themselves around each other like that. Although Twister launched earlier, in April , this week marks the 50th anniversary of its patent. Charles Foley and Neil Rabens, the two inventors credited on the patent, were working at a Minnesota design firm named Reynolds Guyer House of Design when they developed the game. Foley, an inventor by trade, decided that people should act as the pieces; Rabens, a designer, created the board.
Why wouldn't that be suitable for women? I know, I know, that's young, but I've never seen such a concentration of stunning lady flesh in one place! The clincher was the last day, when we disembarked to play on the Disney "private island. The hard part pun intended was to refrain from staring, especially with wife, sons, and my in-laws around. If that was a sample of the general Brazilian female population, then
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