If I ever miss my mission (not likely), I just invite the Elders over. Or if I ever miss 13 year old entertainment (a little more likely), I invite the Elders over. Or if I ever want to show off my cooking skills... ok let's be serious.
Some of my fondest memories as a missionary was when we could go to dinner with the other missionaries and eat and laugh and tell stories. This one Brittish lady would invite us (up to 10 at a time) over every week to dinner. She always talked about Lady Diana and she very fiesty and entertaining. We would get a little out of control and let loose. It's not hard to do when so many missionaries get together in one room. So I guess it's just payback. However, I'm fairly certain we never played the frozen game. I don't remember having ever having any chicken wings in my ears. Maybe I can save that game for my senior mission where I sing and dance in Nauvoo.
** Quiet dignity, a common term used among mission presidents to stiffle the amount of rebel rousing. "Conduct yourself with quiet dignity and avoid loud speaking...." (Missionary Handbook, p.14).