Category Archives: Protecting our teenagers
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Chubby Bunny: Dangerous Game!
For the past several weeks, I’ve pointed out some of the Dangerous Games our teens and tweens participate in during Summer Break and at other times when they have less supervision and more free time to goof off. Chubby Bunny: Dangerous Game! is my last blog post about the popular but life-threatening “Games” our sons and daughters can get involved with during the summer when they are …
- Looking for thrills … in all the wrong places
- Suckered into … “I Dare You!” challenges
- Curious about … how something “Feels”
- Just plain BORED!
In any one of these four states of mind, a number of tweens and teens have turned to Chubby Bunny, a “Game” with a cute name … but like so many others – IS Dangerous!
Here’s the Chubby Bunny definition offered by IceBreakerIdeas.com, a website that provides “everything you ever wanted to know about icebreaker games and activities”:
“Chubby Bunny is a popular, fun game, frequently played by campers around a campfire. Players put an increasing number of marshmallows in their mouths and attempt to clearly and audibly say the phrase “Chubby Bunny”. The winner is the person who is able to say the phrase with the most marshmallows in his or her mouth.”
Chubby Bunny is Dangerous and Dumb!
If you watch The Doctors, America’s Medical Dream Team, you know they dispense life-saving educational information that their audience can rely on. The show is hosted by ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and co-hosted by read more …