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Thread: Christmas party game ideas

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    Super Member QuiltingKrazy's Avatar
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    Christmas party game ideas

    Hey Y'all,
    I am the "Chosen" one to plan our company Christmas Luncheon.
    In the past, we meet at a restaurant for about 2 hours and eat and play the
    Stealing Christmas, Dirty Santa game. The one where you bring a gift, gag gift,
    or white elephantgift, etc and draw numbers to see who opens first etc....
    and the last person has choice from all gifts.

    ANYWAY.... I want to put a different spin on that and not sure how. My thought is
    instead of bringing a gift that in the end, no one really cares about, to bring a gift that
    can be donated to the local womens shelter, food bank, animal shelter etc.
    That can be done pretty easy.... my delimma is trying to some kinda fun game out of
    it. SO... I am asking for help from all of you creative people out there.

    Maybe you have done something fun at your church or civic group. Maybe I'm asking
    for something that wouldn't go over to great. Wouldn't be the first time I have stuck my
    big old foot in my big mouth! Getting the donations isn't the problem, it is making fun and
    laughable for us!

    So any ideas, suggestions, or comments please feel free to share away!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Lisa B in NC
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    Senior Member wendsy's Avatar
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    Instead of bringing a "white elephant" present we bring a gift we would like, that way there's atleast one thing brought that I'd like to bring home-We play Dirty Pool, the problem is that my taste and others in the family's taste are quite different, I usually choose to either take back my own or my mothers-both are things we would have like to have had. Ask people to bring a gift that they've always wanted-may be everyone could tell why they brought their gift.
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    Super Member Ruby the Quilter's Avatar
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    Last year I printed out the story "The Night Before Christmas" and left out some words. Put teams together and gave them 4 minutes to fill in the blanks. Lots of fun and the group asked what story I was using this year.
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