Bored, Not Boring Romantic Interlude

A Romantic Interlude built around board games can be fun. And it can help you control costs for a date night. Choose the snacks for the evening.

Here are some board game ideas:

  • Fog of Love where you create characters who fall in love with each other.
  • Hanabi, working together to build fireworks.
  • Talk, Flirt, Date featuring conversation starters, flirty games and dares.

You can also modify traditional board games like:

  • Romantic Scrabble
  • Romantic Tic-Tac-Toe

Make up your own rules or prizes for “winning”.

The goal of this Romantic Interlude is to have fun and spend time together.

Robert, a hopeless romantic

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