Bible Challenge

Claims to be like a book you could place in your shelf {Not MY Shelf!} with the cover resembling a big fat moldy babble someone could foreseeably cheat with, using it like a podium to get to that next line on the wall. Material used to replicate a leatherbound tome, and Old English script for the title on the box and cards.

Satan rules The World

What amused Me right off the pink bat are the positions of the crosses - the nearest one before the player looks INVERTED, and stems straight from planet earth! Now immediately, what this tells Me is that Satan rules The Earth, just as they mention in their very own scriptures {even though some irrelevant verse is written around it}, and We assert in Ours.

Then there are the game pieces... Again, the phallic symbolism emerges with several multi-colored long pegs upon which a player is to place a ring, just a game of ring toss {'dolt version; cockrings, donuts or onion rings optional}, or slipping on a condom {testamint flavor!} And the hand f*ing gloryhole! Or it may more accurately [look like this]!

Praise the 'Lord' of The Rings?

Rules include starting at the red spot that would be the nazarene's bloody feet & toss the die to see how many spaces the player goes around the board. A question is asked according to the matching color, spanning Old & New Testaments. Just odd bits of trivia, from simple catechism to obscure details that may take a bible scholar to answer. I suppose that whomever amasses the most rings wins - so who will be the ultimate "'Lord'of The Rings"?

Casting Lots

Ironically, the game reminds of casting lots for the nazarene's garments.

No "prizes" provided, so it is recommended to play with wine & crackers, dip & cheesewiz. Perhaps played in priest & nun outfits for fetish play with special requests. The game suggests accompanying with a bible relic on hand, which if so inclined, may provide nice BBQ hellfire fuel, or back to the Historical stuporstition folktales reference section in the Librarium.

This game reminds Me of something characters in the film $AVED! would regularly play, and other such sheeple.

Apples to Apples
Mattel | genre: card game

Similar to the more preferable & highly recommended Cards Against Humanity {a misanthropic dark humor game}, but on a bit of a lighter note, Apples To Apples attempts to match similar comparisons in a humorous, or depending upon the mental dimensionality of the player, even double-en-tendre' and metaphorical levels of relation to the character, personage, subject, item, or activity on the card.

Each player is dealt a hand with the green deck, that provides the context, while the player then matches the subject with their red deck to the best of their appropriation, connecting the subject to the theme can be quite hilarious. Meant for a more regular, or "normal" "family friendly" experience, yet The extended like-minded Addams clan would no doubt enjoy CAH much more.

The packaging mentions "Party [in a] Box", yet it seems like it should include a pizza! Accompany with the interweb to accentuate subject matter, BYOL, snacks, & remember, playing for sexual favors with friends with benefits makes it all the more fun & entertaining!


R e m i n i s c i n g
TDC Games

Played the "Reminiscing" board game recently, and found it to be primarily focused on Politics & sports, with some music, TV, & film references, though quite obscure, like you really had to be there paying attention to herd programmed preoccupations. You have to think like Meathead Mike from All In The Family here. Even if one may have been there at the time, the trivia booklets spanning 1940-1970 is still rather particular and needlessly detailed, on some sponsor of a gala event, etc., kind of ridiculous.

Of this single play thusfar, no references to The Addams Family, Munsters, Dark Shadows, Bewitched, Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, The Outer Limits, Batman, or even The Brady Bunch encountered, but plenty references to Watergate, terrorist factions, hippies, & other trendy topics of the era.

Yet what really saved the game for Me, granting an extra point, is probably one of the coolest questions numbered 666 from the "1970's": Among the clues offered are "She has ruby red lips", "raven hair" "sparks fly from her fingertips" - none other than Eagles' "______ _____".

Items included are two mini die, one black & one red, and three pegs. One progresses according to the sum of the toss. The board is constructed with two punctured lanes which travel along a rectanglar path with choice indications from the stated decades, and even one Player's Choice option. There's also a booklet of random questions in which the player shares personal experiences according to the subject matter mentioned.

To make the game educational as well as exponentially increase the fun dynamic, I recommend playing with Wizzo [phone, laptop, or PC] at the ready, to call up whatever references in the game on the interweb superhighway, as well playing for stakes of money &/or sexual favors.


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