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I've played this as a party game called Musical Knees.  It does break
down reserve!
 
On Wed, 10 May 1995, Ed Ketz wrote:
 
> I've been reading a book called "Maybe (Maybe Not)" by Robert Fulghum (he
> of "All I Needed to Know I Learned in Kundergarten" fame), and an ib he
> talks is a modified version of musical chairs.
> The game is played about the same - you play music, stop music, take a
> chair away, but instead of scrambling for the remaining chairs,
> participants have to either get to an empty chair, or sit on someone
> elses lap.  The game continues until there are NO chairs, and particpants
> form a human chair (hint: use a tight circle and people line up butt to
> belly).
> His description of the game and its effect on the particpants is
> wonderful.
> Fulghum just has a way about him.
>
> Enjoy,
> Ed.
>