Lock and key party

A lock and key party is a form of party in which the guests, as they arrive, are given locks (females) or keys (males). The goal of such a party is for the patrons to find which key goes into which lock. It is often used as an ice breaker activity, as it provides an excuse for otherwise shy persons to talk.

Key party

A swinger variation of this, usually referred to as a key party, and popular during the 1960s and 1970s, involved all the male guests throwing their car keys into a hat, and at the end of the evening, the female guests each picked a set of keys at random, going home with the owner of the keys they chose.

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