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RIP: Twister Inventor Foley, 82

Jacob Jenkins; Ramone Robinson; Nelson Miller and Tairisha Sawyer play Twister in Edwardsville, Ill. Charles "Chuck" Foley, inventor of the iconic Twister game that launched decades of awkward social interactions at parties, died today at a care facility in St. Louis Park, Minn, according to his son, Mark Foley. He was 82. Story here. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Wayne Crosslin, File)

Question: When did you last play Twister? Did you consider it fun?




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