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Spin the Bottle was the party game of the '90s. I don't know what kids do these days at parties, but I'm going to go ahead and assume that there's an app for that. For those of you who are unfamiliar born afterspin the bottle is a party game where everyone sits in a circle, and then you take a bottle generally an empty water or soda bottle if you were underage in the '90s and take turns spinning it.
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Spin the bottle has been a teenage tradition for years. The game consists of a circle of boys and girls and a bottle. The most popular version of this game is where one person spins the bottle and kisses the person that the narrow end of the bottle points at.
Spin the Bottle: You can't choose who you end up with, only what you do with the person chosen. As a year-old woman, I finally see the deeper meaning of this game. Turns out, being a year-old sitting on the carpet of a living room filled with pre-pubescent middle schoolers waiting anxiously to see where the bottle would stop taught me more than just how to handle a mini-panic attack.