It wasn’t a good idea to play Twister now. […] Cassidy turned back to the bookcase so Josh wouldn’t see her face turning red. Twister?
2005, July 8, Michael France and Mark Frost, Fantastic Four, 20th Century Fox
Ben: I spent my whole life protecting you, from the schoolyard to the stars. For what? So you could play Twister with your girlfriend while I'm the freak of the week?
2006, L.A. Fields, Jerome Jay Miller (compiler), Magic Moments, Poems That Enhance Your Mood, iUniverse, →ISBN, page 96
Maybe we’ll play “Twister” / Play some sixties tunes on guitar
2007, Mary Pierce, When Did My Life Become a Game of Twister?, Zondervan
2007, Jackie Clune, Man of the Month Club, Penguin Group, →ISBN, pages 113–114
“Do you come here often?” Amy asked with a nod to the cliché. […] “Shall we get out of here before they bring the Twister mat out?”
2008, Joe Hill et al., The Many Faces of Van Helsing, Penguin Group, →ISBN, page 71
The third girl, who had one arm beneath the others but was otherwise stretched out to reach almost impossible places on the Twister mat, was a blonde who wore only a flannel pajama top, and nothing else.