Snap is a popular sexual game among adolescents and teens, using skinny, colored jelly bracelets. It’s reminiscent of your parents’ spin the bottle, but not nearly as inconsequential. The rules of snap can require players to do all manner of things from kissing to actual intercourse, depending upon the color of the bracelet. Usually, girls wear the bracelets and boys snap them. Though the game is widely played, everyone who wears the colored jelly bracelets doesn’t necessarily participate. They can be worn merely for fashion.
Familiarize yourself with the meanings of each colored bracelet: Yellow—give a hug; Purple—give a kiss; Red—perform a lap dance; Blue—perform oral sex and Black--have intercourse.
Choose the bracelet that represents the acts you are willing to perform, if you are a girl.
Choose the girl who is wearing a bracelet that symbolizes acts you’d like to perform, if you are a boy.
Boys try to grab a bracelet, one at a time, and pull on it hard and quickly in an attempt to break it.
Perform the act represented by the bracelet “snapped” with the boy who snapped it.