Christmas parties can all use a little livening up.
Maintain your composure, and your team will rack up the most points!
This is a great game for inside holiday gift jokes among families; just replace "holiday sausages" with your own inside joke, such as "kitty sweater" or "talking fish." Story starters are a fun activity at any party.
Begin with one sentence and ask everyone to add just one more sentence to the first.
This game can get as silly, funny, scary or even as raunchy as you please.
Indeed, in the early years of Queen Victoria’s rule, Christmas rivaled Spring Break for sheer bawdiness and self-destruction.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the bonkers Victorian parlor game of Snapdragon.
If you want a game that's more of a sideshow than a main event, Name That Tune is perfect. Each person has up to 20 yes-or-no questions (i.e.,"Am I alive?
The first person to guess a song's title and artist correctly earns a point.
Most of the Christmas traditions we take for granted today are Victorian inventions: Christmas trees, Christmas stockings and Christmas carols didn’t exist much before the 1840s.
Yet while these are somewhat diverting, the most exciting and outrageous Victorian traditions have been almost totally forgotten.
If you think no such union exists, or if you’ve come to the conclusion that arguments are necessary in marriage, allow Fawn to challenge that notion and set you on a path to creating the greatest partnership in life: your marriage.”Fawn Weaver is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of Happy Wives Club: One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage, adopting the same name as the Club she founded in 2010.