We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to come up with their most killer "Never Have I Ever" statements, resulting in the ultimate game of innocence.
Had mac 'n' cheese.Watched a full season of "Friends."Blacked out from drinking.Kissed someone who's not in your family.Dyed your hair.Missed a day of school.Been on an airplane.Smoked a cigarette.Peed in the pool or the ocean.Masturbated.Watched or read "Harry Potter."Eaten a Big Mac.Been on a date.Smoked or eaten pot.Had a driver's license.Gone to church.Purchased something at Walmart.Attended a college sports event.Held a baby.Shaved in your downstairs region.Been to Starbucks.Watched "The Sandlot."Had a one-night stand with someone.Gone trick-or-treating.Had your eyebrows waxed.Been in a fistfight.Owned a smartphone.Taken a shot of alcohol.Traveled outside of your home country.Watched "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Can You Survive The World's Hardest Game Of "Never Have I Ever?"
Congrats! You survived the world’s hardest game of “Never Have I Ever.” You might seem super innocent, like Kenneth Parcell from "30 Rock" and Lisa Simpson from "The Simpsons," but that doesn’t mean you don’t live a little. You’ve jaywalked before, right? Bask in your own greatness, and proudly flick the dirt off your shoulder, you winner, you.
OK, so you’re not ~totally~ innocent, but it’s not like you’ve robbed a bank or anything. You’ve definitely messed with the heads of your mortal enemies when seeking revenge, like Angelica Pickles from "Rugrats" or Minny Jackson from "The Help." Let’s just hope you didn’t poop in a pie and feed it to your arch nemesis. Gross.
You’ve achieved a pretty decent level of innocence, but let’s be honest: You’ve probably cooked meth or killed a few dudes in your lifetime, like Walter White from "Breaking Bad" or Uma Thurman in "Kill Bill." Don’t be afraid to splurge on the finer things in life. Go grab some mac ‘n’ cheese, set up some casual hanky-panky time, and live a little.
You may have lost the world’s hardest game of “Never Have I Ever,” but, hey, that sort of means you’re actually winning at life. As long as you haven’t killed anyone or tried to doom a whole city, like Scar from "The Lion King" or the Joker from "The Dark Knight," then you’re doing just fine. TREAT. YO. SELF.