There is a clear distinction that proves to me whether my friends fall into one of these two groups: 1) Decent and admirable, or 2) Pure evil.
It’s when I pull the Taboo, Cluedo and Boggle out, that I learn who is actually the devil in disguise. It seems I have a sort of board game addiction. While I know not every body loves board games as much as I, I call it blasphemy when my friends perform a childish tantrum because they’d rather die than draw absurdities in a friendly game of Pictionary.
I had never understood this anxiety when faced with board games, until this week. I was introduced to two games I had never seen before. One was called ‘Story Wars’; an almost unregimented game whereby you have to defeat opponents by explaining your plan of attack (something you might see on The Big Bang Theory), and the other an intriguing…
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