You can make any game interesting by adding a few kisses. If you lose a hand in a card game, you owe a kiss. If you land on a specific spot on a board game, you owe a kiss. You can make up word games that require kisses (like taking turns going through the alphabet, you start with A and say “A is for ankle” (and then kiss his ankle), B is his turn – if you can’t think of anything the other player gets to kiss you in the spot of his/her choice) or play hangman using romantic phrases.
In play there are two pleasures for your choosing. The one is winning, and the other losing. Lord Byron
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