For a flirty twist, add a rule that as long as you're on a chair with your feet off the ground when the music stops, you're safe. Sit in a circle and make one person be "It." "It" picks someone in the circle, sits on their lap and says, "Baby, if you love me, smile." The other person has to respond, "I love you, baby, but I just can't smile!
" If they crack a smile when they say it, they become "It." If they don't smile, the person in the center has to pick a new lap to sit on and try again. Like with "musical chairs," one person is in charge of controlling the music.
Take Blind Man’s Buff, which is still played today albeit in a watered-down form.
This variant of tag sees one blindfolded player attempting to tag the others.
Fire was to the Victorian era as Netflix is to our milksop age.