not nearly as fun as advertised
Back in the mid-90's, Parker Brothers made a series of activity sets called Sleepover Club (which I think were a part of some larger, terrifyingly girly franchise). I got the Fortune Telling box for one of my awkward tween-ish birthdays and the lot of us decided that it was a pretty mediocre activity set and it was sequestered down to the Board Game and Mice Closet in the basement.
Conrad and I found it this past weekend. He was at my parents' place so he could catch a post-Thanksgiving ride back to MD and it was late and we were real bored. Also, still not that fun.
I need to prove to you guys that this thing exists.
There was this overly-complicated MASH-like game that involved these cards covered in Events That A Girl Who Was 12 Years Old in the Mid-90's Might Find Exciting. This was one of those cards, no joke: