The wheel of punishments to Spin the wheel, that you can use to pick a random item from the list: do 20 squats, eat something in the fridge blind, put 3 icecubes 4 10 seconds, get tickled for a min, mix 3 things in a cup and drink it, eat uncooked pasta, act like the person on your left, take a spoon full of a condiments, smack your self with cheese, eat something they say to eat, play a funny song and don't laugh, free pass, free pass, throw balloons at one person, grab something random from pantry, free pass.
Punishments are consequences or penalties that are imposed on individuals or groups who have committed a wrongdoing or offense. Punishments are intended to deter individuals from committing further offenses, to rehabilitate offenders, or to restore justice and order to society. Punishments can take many forms, including fines, imprisonment, community service, or revocation of privileges. The severity of the punishment is typically determined by the nature and gravity of the offense. In some cases, punishments may be imposed by a court of law, while in others they may be imposed by an individual or organization.