These gross party games are especially great for a Grossery Gang theme Birthday or  they can also compliment our Fear Factor party game ideas.

The things that are normally discouraged in your children as you try and raise them to be part of polite society are thrown out the window for a few hours of utter and complete gross overdose!  Needless to say this theme is most popular for our boys between the ages of 6 and 12.

 I created my Grossery Gang party supplies to go with this theme.   Included in this printable set is the Grossery Gang party invitation personalized with your gross-out party details, gross banners,  gross party favor wrappers, gross party badges. And more.

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Fill a bucket or small tub full of cooked spaghetti and mix in some plastic bugs.  Plastic roaches work the best.  If you want to really up the ick factor go ahead and add in the spaghetti sauce.

TO PLAY:  Have kids remove their socks and shoes.  Give them each one minute to pick as many bugs out of the bucket using ONLY their feet and toes.  Award prizes to whoever grabs the most.  Have towels ready for cleanup.

ABC Gum Sculptures

You’ve probably told your kid not to play with their gum, well in this game that is exactly what the kids will be doing.  Provide each kid a pack of hubba bubba gum ( the gum with five giant pieces) and a paper plate.  Put ten minutes on the clock and challenge the players to chew the gum and then use it to create an ABC gum sculpture.  If you don’t remember what ABC gum is from elementary school it’s Already Been Chewed Gum.

hot snot

A gross twist on the classic game Hot Potato!  Instead of a potato, pass around a jar of green baby food, a can of sardines, or something similarly unappealing. This, we will call the "snot".

When the music stops whoever is holding the "snot"  is out.  If they are willing to eat a spoonful or bite of the "snot" they win a prize.  Keep playing until only player remains then challenge them to polish it off.  This could also work with Bamboozed Jelly Bellies!

spit ball competition

Beanboozled is a totally gross and totally fun party game.  The game comes with a variety of jelly beans in different flavors - some good, others down right disgusting!  

to play a player spins the spinner and whatever color jellybean it lands on is the one they have to eat.  Each color has a good version and a bad version so the brown jelly bean might be the flavor of chocolate pudding or dog food - you never know until you eat it. 

You might be able to find the game at your local Wal-mart or Target, but if not you can always click on the image above and order it from Amazon. Speaking of Amazon check out the reviews for this game, you don't have to take my word for it because it has over 1,000 reviews.

bug scoopers!

Fill a large bowl full of rice and mix in a bag of small plastic ants (links to a great deal I found on Amazon) or similar bugs. Armed with only a small spoon players have one minute to dig through the rice and scoop out as many bugs as they can.

If you want to make it harder have the children use chop sticks instead of a spoon.  The child who pulls the most bugs wins!

feast of worms

WARNING:  This one is MESSY!

  Sit all the players around the table.  For each kid place a few gummy worms in a mini pie tin and cover with chocolate pudding or fruit pie filling. 

The challenge is to be the first to eat all the gummy worms with their hands behind their back.  Faces will be COVERED in a MESS so have plenty of towels ready and take plenty of pictures.

grossery shopping

For this game you will need to find, buy, or prepare a variety of gross or weird items ahead of time. Each item should be sanitary, but made to look unsanitary. You will need to get creative.  You can use paint to make items such as the Q-tip, diaper, Kleenex, toilet scrubber, underwear, and band-aid appear used or old. 

Write each items name on an index card and place all the items in a garbage bag.  When you are ready to play let each player come up and choose a card.  They then must try and feel around in the bag, without looking, and pull out the object listed on their card.  Items that you could include

  • Old Q-tip 
  • Dirty diaper
  • Used Kleenex
  • Stinky Sock
  • Underwear
  • Half a potato 

  • Dead bug (plastic) 
  • Used Floss
  • Toilet Scrubber 
  • Can of Sardines
  • Old Band-Aid 
  • Moldy Bread

pin the eye on the gingerdread man

I created this printable game and include it in my Grossery Gang party supplies set.  It’s played just like pin the tail on the donkey, except instead of a picture of a donkey there is an image of Grossery Gang's Gingerdread Man and instead of tails for pinning there are eyeballs.  

This game comes in a ready to print PDF file.  One file is 16x22.  FOr those printing at home we also have a second file that will print the game on 4 8x11 standard size paper that you can tape together to form the larger image.

1. Hang the image on the wall at eye level with the players.

2.Blindfold the player

3.Spin them around three times.

4. Hand them a paper eyeball (with sticky tack or tape on the backside.

5. Face them toward the Gingerdread Man. They must try and stick the eyeball as close to the socket as possible without looking.

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slime time!

Of course what gross out party would be complete without slime?  This is a fun activity that doubles as a cool party favor that the kids can take home. Make a practice batch before the party just so you feel prepared during the activity.


  • Box of Borax.  You can find this in the same aisle as laundry detergent
  • 3 bottles of Elmers Glue
  • Distilled water
  • Food Coloring
  • Ziploc bag for each child
  • Small plastic containers. One for each guest to make and store their slime


  1.  In a large jug mix together glue and equal parts distilled water.
  2. Give each guest a container and Ziploc bag.
  3. In each Ziploc bag add two tablespoons of the glue water, then zip shut the bag.
  4. In container have kids add water to two generous tablespoons of borax until the borax becomes more solid.
  5. Next, they will add the borax mixture into the Ziploc bag with the glue water.  Shut the bag again and mush it together with their hands to create the slime.
  6. If the slime is too stiff add more glue water. If it is too runny add more of the borax mixture.
  7. Now let the kids add a few drops of the food coloring of their choice to tint the slime. Finished!
  8. When the kids are done playing with it store in clean, dry, containers.

Printable Grossery Gang Party Supplies

These printable party supplies are Totally Gross and Totally Perfect for your Grossery Gang party.  They come in editable PDF files - you open, fill in your personal party details, and print! Let the grossness begin.  This set includes:    

  • Editable Grossery Gang Party Invitation
  • Editable Banner
  • Editable cupcake toppers
  • Editable Signs
  • Pin the Eye on the Gingerdread Man Game
  • Editable Candy Bar Wrappers
  • Mini Candy Bar Wrappers
  • Editable Tent Cards
  • Editable Barf Bag (favor bag topper)
  • Beverage Labels

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Your printable party set will arrive within minutes in a ready-to-print PDF file.  This is a digital purchase - No physical product will be mailed.  If you do not see it in your email please check your junk folder before you contact us - that is the usual culprit. If you have any questions or feedback we would love to hear from you!  Contact  Us At:


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