It was said to hear the gentleman who invented "Twister" the game died. I wonder if he knew how much "Ice" he broke with new relationships. I mean, as a teen, we'd go to a party and hope they had "Twister" and if not we'd pitch in and send somebody to the store to get it.
Also, as a teen going through puberty, we'd hope we get a chance to be like Austin Powers and say things like "Oops I fell ovah....oops, I fell over again!" Young relationships were born out of that game. And in some cases, children were born out of that game in later years.
Here's what Charles Foley's son said about his pop, "Dad wanted to make a game that could light up a party. They originally called it 'Pretzel.' But they sold it to Milton Bradley, which came up with the 'Twister' name."
It was huge in the 60's and 70's and Hasbro, which now makes it, claims it's still a top seller.