fauxklore (fauxklore) wrote,
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Happy Festivus!

Our gaming group had a little Festivus celebration this evening. We started out with my offering of this completely reprehensible video from Sunday Comes Afterwards:



We followed that with some clips of the Seinfeld episode about Festivus. Kyle displayed a picture of meatloaf on a lettuce leaf and he and Mike showed off their aluminum poles. Then we did the airing of grievances. My primary one is, of course, that people keep scheduling things I want to do at the same time.

For the feats of strength, I pointed out that we could all pin whoever we wanted to using one click on zoom. But Kyle also provided a game in which he displayed drawings of various people (real and fictional) on Superman's body and we tried to guess who they were. Not surprisingly. I can get Darwin and Shakespeare, but I suck at pop culture.

After we were done, we played a couple of rounds of Quiplash, before moving on to Code Names. It was a fun way to pass an evening.


Happy Festivus everyone! This entry was originally posted at https://fauxklore.dreamwidth.org/482387.html. Please comment there using OpenID.
Tags: board games, holidailies, holidays, music
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