Games will save your introverted soul this holiday season
Playing these two games have provided some of the funniest and most memorable times I’ve had in large groups. If you’re headed to a family holiday gathering that’s open to a game part of the evening, no need to jump on Kickstarter to order the next trend (although this particular one can be fun with the right crowd), just read on!
But why, party games?
I know deep in my introverted heart that I’m not the only one who sighs with satisfaction when learning that a social situation will have a quality party game at its center. Games provide a clear and warm social structure for my site specific extrovert to emerge and connect with large groups.
And the organizer and minimalist in me loves that two of the most successful party games I’ve participated in require no extra purchases and the game equipment is either recycled or added back to the bookshelf at its conclusion.
I’ve seen even the most reluctant participants turn wild-eyed and passionate playing these things, it’s gorgeous watching people come out of their heads in front of you over such silly pursuits!
Enough, jabbering, on with the games! (more…)