Pass Go and Collect …

November 18, 2009

in the generous life

Last week I wrote about board games.  There are actually board games for the bedroom (thanks, Jessica, for reminding me of that).  I am familiar with Bliss (which is actually a board game you play on your computer).  It’s nice because you are able to choose settings that make the game work within your comfort zone. A search  of “romantic games” online gave me a number of sites that seemed relatively decent (be aware that searching with terms like “sexual will get you more graphic games and sites).

The other option is to create your own board game.  Grab some poster board and a couple of markers.  Decide what kind of options you want and have a little fun.  You can use dice or create cards to help you move around the board.  If you run into a creative block, think of the games you enjoy and use that basic form for your game, just change out the result of different moves with bedroom activities (you could even use an existing board and make changes to the board with sticky notes).

Love is a game that two can play and both win. Eva Gabor

Be generous (and creative)!  Lori <><

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Kathy November 18, 2009 at 5:45 am

I can recommend “An Enchanting Evening” ( There’s absolutely no strategy involved (the only purpose of the game board is to determine whether you draw an action card or a conversation card at any given point), but it gave us a very sweet time together which we both enjoyed very much (despite my husband’s initial skepticism). We also learned things about each other we otherwise wouldn’t have thought to ask about.

Adjustments we made: there were two cards I removed ahead of time as inappropriate (pretend you’re posing or writing for porn–no “meat market” for us!), and we changed the word “partner” to “beloved, knight/lady or prince/princess”.


WI Cheesehead November 19, 2009 at 5:58 am

Thanks for this link! It looks really good and we’re going to get the package as an early Christmas gift for each other. We usually don’t spend much on each other at Christmas and this will be a nice gift that “gives” all year long! :)


mrsyounger November 22, 2009 at 7:52 am

I followed the link and checked out Bliss. I told hubby about it and he checked it out. We both found ourselves eager to try the game, and didn’t take much before we purchased the game! We had so much fun, it was great. We’ve struggled to create more ‘quality time’, as we both have gotten so busy in recent months, and this seems to be an answer to that search. Thank you so much! I love these tips, they have helped me in my efforts to be a more and more wonderful wife.


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