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Get This Party Started!

50 Naughty Games for Twosomes, Threesomes, Foursomes, and More

By Frances Hill,Illustrated by Dan Sipple

4-3/4 x 7 in; 128 pp;
2-color illustrations throughout
Hardcover
October 2005
ISBN 9780811848701
ISBN10 0811848701

SKU# 9780811848701

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Let's get this party started! This cheeky little book features fifty games for twosomes, threesomes, foursomes, and, yes, more. Taking tried and true classics and tweaking the rules to make them a little more naughty and a lot more fun, Get This Party...
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Get This Party Started!

Let's get this party started! This cheeky little book features fifty games for twosomes, threesomes, foursomes, and, yes, more. Taking tried and true classics and tweaking the rules to make them a little more naughty and a lot more fun, Get This Party Started! aims to tease with such winning crowd-pleasers as Five Card Strip, Titty Winks, and Sexy Charades plus a host of 100% original games such as Frisk!, Hot Seat, or Ride My Pony. Each saucy game is paired with step-by-step directions, icons indicating the level of naughtiness, and a list of props needed to play. And not to worrythere's something here for everyone. Broken down into chapters by steam quotient, Get This Party Started! features fun for both nervous Nellies and goodtime Charlies. Here is proof (as if proof were needed) that it doesn't matter whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.

 

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4-3/4 x 7 in; 128 pp;
2-color illustrations throughout
Hardcover
October 2005
ISBN 9780811848701
ISBN10 0811848701
Frances Hill was born in Kansas and lives in New York City. Hill's naughty escapades are regularly featured in the gossip columns of the city's many tabloids.

Dan Sipple left his blue-collar roots in Detroit for big city life in Los Angeles and never looked back. His illustrations have appeared in many publications, including the New York Times.

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