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Love is on most everyone’s mind at some point in time and especially during the month of February. February is the month of romance and the time for not only romantic thoughts but romantic actions. The following information is intended for those of you who may or may not have a clue what to do when the month of “Cupid” rolls around. This information will be useful to the young and inexperienced as well as the older more worldly in the ways of love. Keep in mind that creativity and not just money is the key to having a wonderful Valentine’s Day or for that matter many loving years with the person you hold most dear to your heart. Love is a wonderful thing to share with another human being.
That old saying about love making the world go ‘round is true. Life is better when you have someone to share it with. Life is better when you have companionship. Love, whether it’s your first time or you’ve been together forever, is something that needs to be fed and nourished and kept alive. You can’t keep a houseplant alive by watering it just once a year—so too you cannot keep your love alive by paying attention to your partner once a year on Valentine’s Day. It simply doesn’t work that way.
3 By loving and caring and sharing all year, you can make sure that your Valentine’s Day will be a memorable day in a year of memorable moments. In this report we will cover some great Valentine Party Planning tips, including some Valentine’s Day party games for your co-workers in the office. Then we have a ton of great Valentines games and activities for everyone, from the kids to the adults, so now everyone can be involved in this lovely and sentimental day!
Hosting A Valentines Party
Your valentine’s party should speak for romance from the invitations to the give-aways sent home with the guests at the end of the party. The internet is full of Valentine’s Day party suggestions, tips and ideas, all you have to do is search the web, gather some ideas and guidelines and be creative. If not, you can follow these suggestions that would insure a romantic and memorable Valentine’s Day celebration for couples spent at your home. Heart-felt invitations: A long stemmed red rose with a gold tag board hand delivered to all your guests is certain to charm and bring excitement to your guests. Write in with a red metallic pen all the details of your party. Make sure to ask your guests to come to the party dressed in any red outfit or as a romantic hero or heroine.
4 Set the room for love: Decorate your party room with red, gold and white heart-shaped balloons, crepe paper and creative lighting such as scented red, gold and white candles creatively distributed within the room, lamps and lots of potpourri. Play romantic music, making certain that it is not too loud to allow couples to have an enjoyable conversation. Romantic table setting: Cover the tables with a combination of red and white linens. Make a centerpiece for each table with an assortment of red and white roses and small balloons of the same color gathered together with a gold shimmering ribbon. Be sure to make the center piece low enough so as to allow guests to see each other while conversing. Food for love: Be sure to make the food look as good as it tastes. Present dishes with a lot of garnishing to make it look attractive as well as go with the theme. Strawberries, edible roses and herbs can draw appeal to any dish that you will serve. Also serve the food on attractive platters. Serve crab and cheddar cheese sandwiches cut into hearts (using a heart cookie cutter) garnished with fresh tomatoes. For refreshments, you can mix up a fruit punch and add a bit of red food coloring. Give-aways with love: Finally, have something your guests can take home and remind them of a lovely time they had at your place. Here are suggestions:
5 1. 2. 3. 4. Romantic scent of cologne with a love poem attached to it. Small box of chocolates. Romance novel tied with a red ribbon. A bottle of red wine.
Try hosting a Valentine’s Day party; you’ll be glad you did, when you see couples going home with a contended smile!
Office Activities Valentines Day
Working might not seem like all fun and games, but sometimes you have to be silly and make work fun. Valentine's Day is a time to do just that. There are many activities you can incorporate into the work world. If your office is particularly close-knit, that opens the door to even more activities. Start with the basics. Valentine's Day is all about the chocolate. Buy a big glass jar with a lid and make clear this chocolate is not for eating (a big sign on the front might help make this clear). Have everyone guess how many items are in the jar. You can fill it with just about anything, but Hershey's Kisses seem to make the most sense. You can fill with a mix of Kisses (hugs, regular, etc) or with just the classic chocolate kiss. In any event, have people guess how many kisses are in the jar. Their guesses should be written on a slip of paper and put into a box near the jar.
6 The winner gets the jar of kisses on Valentine's Day. If your office is a bit more generous, a small dinner gift certificate could accompany the jar. Another fun idea is V-day bingo. Create Bingo cards with various Valentine's Day pictures on them. There might a heart, a cupid, a couple kissing, and so on. These are clip art pieces that can easily be printed off the computer. Each day, someone will call out a square. It might be "HEART!" or "KISSING!" and everyone marks their bingo card. Start the game perhaps 3 weeks or so before Valentine's Day so someone has a chance to win before Valentine's Day. This is something that will take literally 30 seconds a day but will be fun and is sure to create some silly tension. The winner gets a prize. Perhaps free lunch in the company lunchroom, or a kiss from the boss, or something else silly. If you have a few cooks in your office, you can suggest a "heart a day". Each day, someone must bring in something shaped like a heart, a food item, that is. One day it could be cookies, and another pancakes. A truly original thinker might figure out how to bring a heart-shaped lasagna or something else. Perhaps little finger sandwiches cut into heart shapes. To make this extra entertaining and challenging, you could require that the foods actually be good for your heart (therefore, cookies might be out, but heart-shaped chocolates?) Often officemates become more like family. Why not use the holiday of love to share your memories of your own loves? Have everyone write a quick story of how they met their wife or husband and put it in a jar.
7 They shouldn't include names and shouldn't identify their spouse either. One day at lunch, when everyone is sitting together (this could be at a Valentine's Day lunch with your homemade goodies), read the stories and have everyone try to guess which one belongs to which office friend. Some of the stories might make you think it actually happened to someone else. Some of the stories are surprising and sometimes even funny, Since email is often the communication of choice in offices, have some fun with a Valentine's Day email quiz. You can ask historical questions about the holiday or questions about coworkers. Some questions might look like this: 1. Who married their spouse in Yosemite National Park? 2. What does the word Valentine mean? 3. Which of the following animals mate for life? (You'll want to provide multiple choice answers for this one, of course.)
Valentines Day Activities For Families
It's important for families to show their love for one another, so what better time than Valentine's Day to play some game, engage in some fun activities, all designed to show each other love and support? One fun activity is all about giving each other "snaps" for being who they are. Over the course of the year, mom and dad, and the kids as well, can add "snaps" to a special jar or containers.
8 These "snaps" might include things like "dad helped me build my pinewood derby car" or "Joey read books to his sister each night without complaint". Read these little slips of good things, thank each other for caring and empty the jar to start it again for another year. At dinner on Valentine's night, have each family member tell others why they love them. What about dad made mom love him? Why does Joey love his sister? What about sissy is special to dad? It might seem a little corny at first, but in the end, everyone will enjoy hearing wonderful, positive things about themselves. One fun family game involves family trivia. This game is particularly fun if the children are a bit older and there are at least 2 children in the family. Mom (or dad) creates a trivia game that looks something like this: there will be a series of index cards with a bit of family trivia on each card. Someone draws a card and tries to answer the question correctly. If correct, they get a point. The person with the most points at the end of the game gets a prize or extra chocolate syrup on their dessert. Some questions might be things like this: *Which one of us suffered a broken leg at the age of 8? *Which of us, at the age of 3, flushed an entire box of Tide down the toilet? *Which of us snuck into mom and dad's room every night until he or she was 6 years old? At a certain age, children begin to enjoy preparing meals for mom and dad. For a fun Valentine's activity, the children could be asked to prepare a meal for mom and dad.
9 Ideally, this would be breakfast in bed and could include foods that are traditional "romantic" foods (like strawberries and chocolate) or whatever the kids want to make. They might even like to prepare a special Valentine's Day menu and let mom and dad choose off the menu. This would be a fun tradition to start as an annual event on Valentine's Day. Consider a fun family game of "hidden hearts". In this game, children are given clues to find chocolate hearts hidden around the house. The clues can be easy or more complicated to figure out depending on the ages of the children. If one or more children are very young, mom and dad can help them with the clues. When they find the hearts, they can eat them, but mom or dad, remember where you hid the hearts and be sure to count how many are found, so there aren't any left to get ugly in the house! Finally, a fun family activity around Valentine's Day is to make cards for other people. Have the kids make handprint cards for the grandparents or have the kids make cards for their friends. Handmade cards can be so much more meaningful than the store-bought kind and kids learn a lot from the experience of putting their hearts (literally) into making the card for others. With Valentines Day just around the corner, it’s a good idea to start thinking about what you may want to get that special lady. While getting gifts for Valentines day may seem a little smarmy and a little Hallmark, it’s probably still a pretty good idea to get some sort of gifts for Valentines Day unless your loved one is particularly progressive and you’re positive that she’s of the same mindset, otherwise you could find yourself in pretty deep trouble come February 14th. But what should you get her?
10 The best gifts for Valentines Day usually avoid cliché. Of course, getting her a box of chocolates or a bunch of roses or a bear holding a big velveteen heart is far better than getting her nothing at all, it’s probably not going to be particularly memorable unless you do something to jazz up the presentation like give her the roses on the bow of a cruise ship or parachute from the sky holding the teddy bear. Though these methods will probably make the day memorable, if you want to make your actual gift important you’re going to have to do some thinking outside the box. Jewelry is another stand-by, and it will usually go over far better than chocolate or flowers as gifts for Valentines Day, but again, it’s not all that inventive. The best gifts will be things that are particularly meaningful for the two of you, though they may not necessarily be expensive or hard to find. For example, if the two of you took a great vacation to France, try tracking down a bottle of wine from that vineyard the two of you loved so much or getting the recipe for that stew that you had in the little café outside of Paris. If she really loves old movies, find a screening of Gone With the Wind in some little theatre out of town. Gifts for Valentines Day should be romantic, more so than gifts for birthdays or Christmas or any other day of the year. Don’t worry about how expensive or inexpensive your Valentines Day gift is, just worry about making it meaningful to the both of you. If you can manage that, then you’re doing a lot better than any of the guys picking up lousy chocolates or wilted roses at exorbitant prices at the last minute. She’s probably not going to remember the heart-shaped box of bonbons, but she’s going to remember that recipe from Paris or candle-lit dinner in the park.
Valentines Day Games For Preschoolers
If you are planning a Valentine's Day party for children, games are essential. Here are some games appropriate for the preschool crowd. Preschool-age children love to fish. You can create a fishing game with small toy fishing poles and hearts (as fish). Use an empty plastic tub as your "lake" and put into it red hearts cut out of construction paper or cardstock. Each heart is good for a prize. One might be good for a Hershey's kiss, or other small candy, another might be for a small plastic heart. Put magnets on the cardstock hearts and a magnet on the fishing pole. Then the kids can "fish" for hearts and win a prize at the same time. Each child should only be allowed to "catch" one fish each. Preschoolers love balloons and you can create a heart target for them to aim their balloons at. Create a target out of cardboard or heavy cardstock and put it on the floor somewhere. You might want to have several targets on the floor. Give the kids balloons that have been blown up but aren't tied shut. Let them let go of the balloons in the direction of the target and see where their balloon lands. Be forewarned: kids will want to play this over and over again. So either have plenty of balloons ready to go (perhaps held closed with a clothespin) or have plenty of adults around who want to blow up balloon after balloon.
12 You can also play a similar game by putting a heart target into a box or laundry basket and having the children try to hit the target with an inflated balloon. Be sure to provide prizes for everyone! Preschool age children love a good game of "Duck Duck Goose" or "Simon Says". For Valentine's Day, you can put a twist on these classic games. Have the kids play a game of "Cupid, Cupid, Love" instead of "Duck, Duck, Goose" or have them play "Cupid Says" instead of "Simon Says". Be sure to add a smooch at the end of each order in "Cupid Says" or have the kids incorporate Valentine's Day activities, like "Cupid says, give your neighbor a hug". This is a game young children love. Have them "throw smiles" at each other. Sit them in a circle and show them how the game will work. Only one person in the group will smile first. He or she will smile wildly and widely for the whole group. The rest of the group will not smile, not even a little tiny smirk. Once the smiling person is done, they will literally "wipe" the smile off their face and pass it to the next person in the group, who will repeat the wide smile and hope nobody laughs. The kids that laugh or smile are out of the game (those who should be stonefaced anyway). The game can continue until only one stone-faced person is left. Be sure to provide every child with a fun prize just for trying. Preschool teachers might want to encourage creative thinking with a little game of "Valentine's 20 questions". The teacher can have a visual in mind, which might be a heart, or Cupid, or a card or something relative to the holiday.
13 The teacher says "I'm thinking...:" and the children must ask questions about what the teacher is thinking. The teacher can give tiny clues along the way especially if he or she is losing the interest of the younger children in the group. Whoever figures out what the teacher is thinking can be the next one to begin the next round of 20 questions. Be sure to ask the child what they are thinking before the next round begins or it could go on longer than it needs to! Children love "pin the tale on the donkey" so why not "pin the heart on Cupid"? In this game, simply provide each child with a big red heart with his or her name on it. Have a big cutout of Cupid on a wall and blindfold each child, spin him or her around and have them stick their heart on Cupid (there should be adhesive of some sort on the back of the heart). Once everyone has stuck their hearts, let them look at where they ended up.
Valentines Day Party Games For Elementary Kids
If you are planning a Valentine's Day party for children, games are essential. Here are some games appropriate for the elementary-age crowd. Bring in two large stuffed hearts (either pillows or just plush stuffed hearts). Divide the kids into two teams and tell them they must run to the finish line with the heart between their legs.
14 So they won't run as much as stumbled forth. Once they return to the group, they should take the heart and give it to the next child, who puts it between their legs and so on. Whichever group finishes the entire relay first wins. Give the children a couple rolls of toilet paper and instruct them to wrap another child mummy style. This is a popular game at Halloween, but in this case they are wrapping a present. Divide the kids into two teams and time them. The team that finishes first, wins, and gets to put a big red bow on their "package". Help elementary students remember some of the great couples by having them complete the match to a famous other half. For example, if you say "Romeo" their answer would be "Juliet" (hopefully). To play this game, divide the kids into two groups and give each a buzzer or similar type item. Present the famous start of the pair. You might say, "peanut butter" and if one of the teams knows the match is "jelly" they will buzz in with their answer. Some other options are: "Eggs and (bacon)" "Coffee and (sugar or cream is OK here)" "Cinderella and (Prince Charming)" "Cookies and (milk)" Kids love those little Valentine's candy conversation hearts available everywhere around Valentine's Day. Create a heart-stacking contest, which is a lot of fun and can create some team spirit. Initially, each child will get many hearts. Plan to have a few bags on hand if you are doing this game with a classroom full of kids.
15 Have them build as high as they can with the hearts within in a given period of time (30 seconds to a minute is plenty). If their contraption falls, they are out. Keep playing the game over and over again until you are down to two final contestants. Have everyone cheer him or her on as they try to build the highest (and longest lasting) tower of hearts. Be sure to have a prize for the winning architect. This game is always a hit with kids because what kid doesn't love a good balloon? Give each child a balloon (not inflated) and have him or her blow it up. Have a target somewhere in the room, and in this case a big heart will do, and have them let go of their (untied) balloon in the direction of the target. Whoever gets their balloon the closest to the target gets a prize. If someone gets a direct hit, that's two prizes. Keep the target on the ground to make this game easier. Based on the ages and abilities of the kids in the group, you can have them stand close or somewhat far away from the target when they let their balloon go. All kids love a good game of Bingo. For a seated game that might help the kids rest for a minute, play a game of Valentine's Day-themed bingo. The bingo squares might have pictures on them like hearts, flowers, cupid, arrows and the like. Be sure to have a prize for the winner, and play the game over and over so the kids can all have a turn at winning. To make everyone happy on this day of love, play a game of "throwing the smile". Sit everyone in a circle and have one person smile wildly at the rest of the group.
16 Everyone else must sit as stone-faced as possible. Then the person smiling dramatically wipes the smile off their face (by literally using their hand over their mouth in a swiping motion) and "throws" the smile to the next person in the circle. That person puts the smile on, and again makes a wild, silly smile at the group, then wipes it off and moves on. As soon as someone smirks or smiles that is not supposed to be smiling at that moment, they are out. It's harder than it sounds and kids often end up in gales of laughter, even when they're trying to be serious.
Valentines Day Game Ideas For Adults
Planning an adult Valentine's Day party is a bit of a no-brainer. Invite a lot of couples, have a few drinks, decorate with red. Done, right? Yes, and no. You want to put a little more thought into it than that and it's good to have some games to keep things lively. If you are inviting several couples, there are many fun activities you can plan. First, how about the "what's this item" game? Fill a paper bag with a variety of new undergarments. These should be both men's and women's garments and can include anything from a bra to a lace teddy to a jock strap. Each couple feels around in the bag (not on the outside, as this one requires hands-on effort) and makes a list of what they think is in the bag.
17 You can tell people how many items are in the bag, but that's it. So you might say, there are 10 items in the bag; what are they? Once all the lists are made, pour the bag's contents out on a table. Let everyone go through the items and see who has the most number of items right. The winning couple gets, you guessed it, the bag of goodies. You can create a drinking game at the party that requires you take a drink whenever someone kisses you. The kiss can be from the other gender or the same sex, and anytime anyone kisses you anywhere, you have to take a drink or your drink, or to really get things going, from a shot glass. Create a dartboard with balloons. Cut cardboard into a heart shape and staple red balloons (inflated) to the dartboard and let people take a shot at breaking a heart. Be sure to have plenty of inflated balloons on hand to replace the ones that get broken. If your party involves a meal, make it a potluck and make it interesting. Tell everyone that the food they bring must be red. Whatever it is, it must be red. This can create some interesting dishes. Certainly, someone can bring lasagna or someone else can bring red velvet cake. And you'll always get someone who takes this opportunity to make jello. What about a salad? That must be radicchio. Or someone could bring strawberries for desert. Assign someone the task of bringing the bread and see what happens. For a little fun event, consider a scavenger hunt where your guests must head out into the neighborhood or on the town for many Valentine's Day items.
18 Your list might include things like: a bag of Hershey's Kisses, a red heartshaped Mylar balloon, one red rose, a stuffed Cupid, or a kid's Valentine card. You can send the couples out as teams, or pit the men against the women. Be sure to include something that requires photo proof, like "kiss one stranger on the arm" or "give love advice to a complete stranger". If your partygoers all know each other well, it's OK to play a simple game of "truth or dare". You might impose rules on the game, such as all the "truth" questions must originate from the college years (particularly fun if this group of friends met in college) or must be about the current spouse. Keep the "dare" challenges clean if you think your group would prefer that or by all means, keep them racy, if that's fun too.
50 Romantic Ideas for Valentine’s Day
1. Get up a bit early and make your partner breakfast in bed 2. Let them sleep in and YOU take over the morning parenting duties 3. Hire a masseuse to come over after work to work on your love’s back and neck 4. Dinner at their favorite restaurant 5. Take them a special lunch at work 6. Hide a love note in the lunch they take to work 7. Send them a provocative picture of you on your cell phone 8. Surprise them with a weekend away at a romantic B&B
9. Create a CD of their favorite music for them 10. Write them a poem 11. Make them their favorite dinner/meal 12. Detail their car and put a big bow on it 13. Sign them up for Fruit of the month club 14. Buy them day pass for a spa 15. Leave love notes all over the house 16. Give her/him a foot rub 17. Take them back to the first place you went out 18. Create a PowerPoint slideshow with pictures of you both, set to music 19. Give her/him a handwritten list of all the things you love about them 20. Make a note with candy bars on a big sheet of poster board 21. Fill their car with balloons and tie a huge helium filled I LOVE YOU balloon on the outside 22. Leave a trail of rose petals and clothes and lit candles from the front door to the bathtub, where you’ve got a wonderful bubble bath ready and scented candles provide the romantic light. 23. Make your partner a ‘coupon book’ with cute things you’ll do for them, like watch the Super bowl even though you hate football, or 1 Get Out of Chick Flick Free Coupon. Be creative! 24. Change the desktop picture on their computer to a picture of you holding a sign saying “I LOVE YOU!” 25. Fill a jar with handwritten notes and poems about the things you love about your partner 26. Give her/him a puppy (but make absolutely POSTIVELY sure that they are receptive to this one)
27. Set up a scavenger hunt for them with your friends in on it, and at the end of the clues have a romantic meal and candles at your house 28. Tickets for a surprise three day cruise! 29. Buy them the boxed set of their favorite series and spend the weekend with bowls of popcorn and drinks watching every one of them 30. Have a novelty magazine cover/newspaper made with her/his/your pictures on it and a sappy message 31. Stay in and watch a romantic movie 32. Dress up and stay in. Dance in the living room 33. Bring a table cloth, fine china, crystal goblets and silverware to their work, spread it out on a table in the employee lunchroom and give them a special feast. 34. Hang a necklace around the neck of a stuffed animal and give it to them 35. Reserve a chalet up in the mountains and snow for just the two of you 36. Spend an evening looking at old photo albums, reminiscing and laughing 37. Nothing says love like strawberries dipped in chocolate. They’re easy so you can do them yourself or you can purchase them 38. Write him/her a song and sing it for them 39. Chocolate, whipped cream, shredded coconut, sprinkles and your imagination. Nuff said. 40. Honey. Don’t forget honey. 41. Make a fondue meal with meats and cheeses and even fruits that can be dipped in chocolate 42. Have a special photograph cake made with a picture of the two you of you on it
43. Play a board game, a video game, or a card game but mix up the rules a bit. Why not make each point worth a piece of clothing? 44. Baby it’s c-c-c-cold outside! Have a Fireside Picnic. Lay a blanket on the floor next to a roaring fire 45. Tickets to see her favorite musical group? 46. Take ten balloons. Inside each one place a note you’ve written about how your partner makes you feel, what you adore about them. Something to make them feel special. Put one note into each balloon and have the balloons filled with helium. Bring the balloon bouquet, with a teddy bear for ballast, to your partner’s work. 47. The tried and true negligee under the coat is never boring, so give it a whirl! 48. One red rose for every year you’ve been together. (or if you’ve only been together for several months, one for each month) 49. Surprise them with tickets to a show and book a room at a nice hotel instead of going home for the night. Order room service. Stay in. Talk. Take your time. 50. Say ‘I Love You’ and mean it. Then tell the other person, in great detail just why you love them. Don’t leave out anything.
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Know Your Love
One of the most important things for either a man or woman to know or at least make the effort to learn, is what makes their significant other tick. You must be alert and attentive to the wants and the needs and the desires of the other, put them first in your life. In order to make Valentine’s Day a spectacular it’s essential that you truly know the heart and desires of your mate. The investment of time and effort and thought during the year leading up to Valentine’s Day are critically important. The expenditure of that time and effort to gain that knowledge is the investment that shows the love for one another is not just a one day a year thing. Real love is earned every day of the year and not just on special occasions. It is not enough to buy a card and some flowers the day before or the day of Valentine’s Day. above all others. The present is the time and the effort as well as the card and the flowers together that is the ultimate expression of the love you feel and the love you share. You can only fail to show your love and cause the “I am taking you for granted” feeling” if you don’t make the properly directed effort to be actually interested in your loved one everyday. It truly is not the present or the card or the flowers that express the messages you want to communicate to the loved one you chose
23 Then you can show on one day, Valentine’s Day, what effort you have made all year long to that one person you love. efforts is the actual gift on Valentine’s Day. The time it took you to think ahead, find out what was important to the one you love and to arrange the shopping spree, the purchase of the jewelry, the tickets to the game or the show or to prepare the special meal is actually the gift of love. Properly directed, thoughtful time and effort throughout the year are the evidence of your love. The card and the flowers and the unexpected actions are intended to reveal the evidence of your love. You must give of yourself in order to give the love you want to share with your loved one. The day to day effort you expend to know and to understand the one you love is what is important. Finding out their inner secrets and wants and needs is the effort required to make a Valentine’s Day special. If both the man and the woman make that daily effort to know one another better everyday, then there will be love. The cards, gifts and actions only express that love in a deeper way to the other. put into something. You only get out of something what you are willing to The love you feel and have for another is worth the effort you expend to reveal that love. If you scrimp and shave off the effort you make, then that will show through too. If you are true to the love you feel then the effort you expend will not be that difficult. The evidence of your
24 Remember that you are giving your time and effort for the one you love. If they are doing the same for you, then Valentine’s Day will be one of the most memorable events of your year. Practice everyday what you are trying to say to the one you love by your efforts on their behalf. A Happy Valentine’s Day is headed your way if you show your love everyday.
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Need some great Baby Shower Party Game ideas ? Check out our collection of fun Baby Shower party games and have an awesome party. Free Bachelorette Party Games If you're throwing a Bachelorette Party and looking for some free bachelorette party games to add to the entertainment mix, our game collection will help you find some cool and original games. Bridal Shower Party Games Bridal Shower Party Games will add more fun to any Bridal Shower. Whether your bride has more of a radical or conservative taste, party games are sure to please everyone. Pool Party Games Planning a pool party and want your guests to have a blast ? Make sure to include some fun pool party games that will turn your party into a great success. Childrens Birthday Party Games Childrens Birthday Party Games will make your child's birthday party a huge success regardless of whether you're throwing a big bash or planning a smaller simple party just for a few kids. Christmas Party Games for Kids Christmas Party Games for Kids will add laughter and magic to your little one's Christmas. Kids Indoor Party Games Kids Indoor Party Games are a great way to add more fun to any indoor party or gathering involving kids. Kids will be having so much fun even some parents would want to join in! Outdoor Games for Kids Planning an outdoor kids party, going camping with your children or simply relaxing in the backyard with family and friends ? Outdoor games for kids will help you keep the little ones entertained. Teenage Party Games Throwing a party and want to impress your friends? Make sure to browse our collection of Teenage Party Games and add some cool games to the party mix! Teenage Birthday Party Games Teenage Birthday Party Games will make your Birthday Party a smash hit. Your friends will be amazed at how much fun they had! Adult Party Games
Having friends over and would like to find a great game to add more fun to your evening ? Please check out our collection of Adult Party Games. Adult Birthday Party Games Adult Birthday Party Games will spice up your birthday party and make everyone feel like a kid at heart. 40th Birthday Party Games ! These specially selected fun 40th birthday party games will be a great addition to your party, helping everyone have a great time. 50th Birthday Party Games ! These specially selected entertaining 50th birthday party games will add more fun to your special occasion. Adult Christmas Games Adult Christmas Games are a great way to add fun to any Christmas gathering with family and friends. Adult Halloween Games Throwing a Halloween Party and looking for some spooky adult halloween games to keep your guests on the edge of their seat ? Our adult halloween games collection is where the witches and ghosts hide. Fun Icebreakers For some fun icebreakers to get your party started, try Get Rid of It ! In this game players need to choose a piece of their property that they would like to get rid of and list the reasons why. Teen Birthday Party Games Looking for some fun teen birthday party games ? Play How Is It. This game can be played conservatively and not so much, depending on the mood.
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Famous Quotes about Love!
How in hell can you handle love without turning your life upside down? That’s what love does, it changes everything – Lauren Bacall
To love someone is to isolate him from the world, Wipe out every trace of him, Dispossess him of his shadow, Drag him into a murderous future. It is to circle around the other like a dead star and absorb him into a black light. – Jean Baudrillard
Love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; It does not rejoice at wrong, but rejoices in the right. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. – Bible: I Corinthians
"Love is by far the most important thing of all." -- Brian Tracy Love seeketh not itself to please, Nor for itself hath any care; but for another gives its’ ease And builds a Heaven in Hell’s despair - William Blake My love for Linton is like the foliage in the woods; time will change it, I’m well aware, as winter changes the trees My love for Heathcliff resembles the eternal rocks beneath; - a source of little visible delight, but necessary. – Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights
Real love is a pilgrimage. It happens when there is no strategy, But it is very rare because most people are strategists. - Anita Brookner If thou must love me, let it be for nought Except for love’s sake only – Elizabeth Barrett Browning How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach. – Elizabeth Barrett Browning
On the art of Romance:
If your partner is going away for a few days, tell her that you are worried about her so you have organized a bodyguard to look after her. Then give her a small teddy bear. Buy a stylish hand mirror and give it to your partner as a gift. Include a card in the box saying “In this mirror you will see the image of the most beautiful woman in the world.” Have flowers delivered to your partner's workplace. She will not only enjoy the flowers but will also receive comments and attention from her office mates which will add to her enjoyment. Or you can Leave a long stem rose where your partner will find it with a note on it saying: "Thank you for coming into my life."
Buy a packet of glow in the dark stars and stick the stars on the roof above your bed to spell out a message such as "I Love You" When the lights go down, your message will be revealed! Buy a small decorated cardboard box, a sheet of colored tissue paper, some massage oil and a blank card. Line the box with the tissue paper. Place the massage oil in the box and write the following message on the card: I know a great Masseur. For an appointment ring: (Your Phone Number)
When your spouse has had a really long hard day, run a hot bath for her. Pour some fragrant bath oil into the tub and gently bathe her from head to toe. Carry her into the bedroom. Gently towel her dry and tuck her into a freshly made bed with a kiss on the forehead. Buy an ornately carved wooden box which is lined with green or red felt. Find an old fashioned key and place it in the box. Next, get a small gold plaque and have it engraved with the words “The Key To My Heart” Fix the plaque to the inside of the top of the box so that it can be read when the box is opened.
If you shower first in the morning: Steam up the bathroom and write a message such as "Pete Loves Kathy" on the mirror for your partner to read when she uses the bathroom. This also works on car windows when it's cold.
Create some love coupons that your partner can exchange for romantic favors. For example you could have a coupon that reads This coupon entitles the bearer to: One Foot Massage. Use by 14/02/2025 Use a date many years in the future if you want to suggest that you and your partner will always be together.
Lunch Box love Notes
Surprise them with a little I love you!
The next time you want to leave a little love note, use one of these lunch box notes!
If I haven’t told you yet today… I LOVE YOU!
Enjoy your time at work today … because you won’t be able to forget tonight!
Thank you for being part of my life!
How to say “I Love You” in 100 Languages
English - I love you Afrikaans - Ek het jou lief Albanian - Te dua Arabic - Ana behibak (to male) Arabic - Ana behibek (to female) Armenian - Yes kez sirumen Bambara - M'bi fe Bengali - Ami tomake bhalobashi (pronounced: Amee toe-ma-kee bhalo-bashee) Belarusian - Ya tabe kahayu Bisaya - Nahigugma ako kanimo Bulgarian - Obicham te Cambodian - Soro lahn nhee ah Cantonese Chinese - Ngo oiy ney a Catalan - T'estimo Cherokee - Tsi ge yu i (Thanks Nancy!) Cheyenne - Ne mohotatse Chichewa - Ndimakukonda Corsican - Ti tengu caru (to male) Creol - Mi aime jou Croatian - Volim te Czech - Miluji te Danish - Jeg Elsker Dig Dutch - Ik hou van jou Elvish - Amin mela lle (from The Lord of The Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien) Esperanto - Mi amas vin Estonian - Ma armastan sind Ethiopian - Afgreki' Faroese - Eg elski teg Farsi - Doset daram Filipino - Mahal kita Finnish - Mina rakastan sinua French - Je t'aime, Je t'adore Frisian - Ik hâld fan dy Gaelic - Ta gra agam ort Georgian - Mikvarhar German - Ich liebe dich Greek - S'agapo Gujarati - Hoo thunay prem karoo choo Hiligaynon - Palangga ko ikaw Hawaiian - Aloha Au Ia`oe Hebrew (Thanks Lilach) Hebrew to male: "ani ohev otcha" (said by male) "Ohevet ot'cha" (said by female)
Hebrew to female: "ani ohev otach" (said by male) "ohevet Otach" (said by female) Hiligaynon - Guina higugma ko ikaw Hindi - Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae Hmong - Kuv hlub koj Hopi - Nu' umi unangwa'ta Hungarian - Szeretlek(Thanks Dóra!) Icelandic - Eg elska tig Ilonggo - Palangga ko ikaw Indonesian - Saya cinta padamu Inuit - Negligevapse Irish - Taim i' ngra leat Italian - Ti amo Japanese - Aishiteru Kannada - Naanu ninna preetisuttene Kapampangan - Kaluguran daka Kiswahili - Nakupenda Konkani - Tu magel moga cho Korean - Sarang Heyo Latin - Te amo Latvian - Es tevi miilu Lebanese - Bahibak Lithuanian - Tave myliu Luxembourgeois - Ech hun dech gäer Macedonian - Te Sakam Malay - Saya cintakan mu / Aku cinta padamu Malayalam - Njan Ninne Premikunnu Maltese - Inhobbok Mandarin Chinese - Wo ai ni Marathi - Me tula prem karto Mohawk - Kanbhik Moroccan - Ana moajaba bik Nahuatl - Ni mits neki Navaho - Ayor anosh'ni Norwegian - Jeg Elsker Deg Pandacan - Syota na kita!! Pangasinan - Inaru Taka Papiamento - Mi ta stimabo Persian - Doo-set daaram Pig Latin - Iay ovlay ouyay Polish - Kocham Ciebie Portuguese - Eu te amo Romanian - Te iubesc Russian - Ya tebya liubliu Scot Gaelic - Tha gra\dh agam ort Serbian - Volim te Setswana - Ke a go rata Sign Language - ,\,,/ (represents position of fingers when signing'I Love You') Sindhi - Maa tokhe pyar kendo ahyan Sioux - Techihhila Slovak - Lu`bim ta
Slovenian - Ljubim te Spanish - Te quiero / Te amo Swahili - Ninapenda wewe Swedish - Jag alskar dig Swiss-German - Ich lieb Di Surinam - Mi lobi joe Tagalog - Mahal kita Taiwanese - Wa ga ei li Tahitian - Ua Here Vau Ia Oe Tamil - Nan unnai kathalikaraen Telugu - Nenu ninnu premistunnanu Thai - Chan rak khun (to male) Thai - Phom rak khun (to female) Turkish - Seni Seviyorum Ukrainian - Ya tebe kahayu Urdu - mai aap say pyaar karta hoo Vietnamese - Anh ye^u em (to female) Vietnamese - Em ye^u anh (to male) Welsh - 'Rwy'n dy garu di Yiddish - Ikh hob dikh Yoruba - Mo ni fe
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