Yeah i remember playing split the kipper and what did you call it when you spread your fingers then have to stab a knife or compass pint in between them getting quicker until you sub yourself or not?
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Brilliant answers thanks everyone! I'm having lots of fun googling all the ones I haven't heard of and the boardgamegeek website is great. I also love the idea of hide and seek :-D I hadn't heard of Carcasonne, but as a few people mentioned it I've asked around and found a friend who has it. I'm going to try it sometime soon. Lost Cities sounds good too...
I'm not allowed to play with knives :-D
I Spy is quite good fun ..
Tip .. Don't play it with a FIVE year old
We had something beginning with "S" turned out to be the Sat Nav and something beginning with "W" was a Wind Turbine ..
Going to be bringing some games I don't use - some brand new, some played - to the Drudridge Meet if anyone wants them?
There will be a cat charity donation tin next to them so if interested just drop in what the game is worth to you
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Get some other couples in and play, "Keys in the Hat"
Britons were wild camping long before campsites, it's a basic human right.
A favourite with us is Bananagrams. It's similar to Scrabble, but far better. Suitable for 2 to about 6 players.
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