Perhaps you remember, in days of yore, pretending that the floor was made of lava apropos of nothing. Pre-internet, pre-cable — the “floor is lava” game transcended time, space, gender, and socioeconomic status. All you needed was an imagination and a creative object on which to stand.
And it’s back.
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The rules? None, other than that you randomly yell “The floor is lava!” and watch the madness unfold. Any feet that touch the ground get burned, A.K.A. you lose the game.
If we date we’re playing ‘the floor is lava’ in random public places.
— AlchemicalAscension (@AjnaGyptian) May 29, 2017 Read more…
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