Still More Swinger Meet and Greet Games

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Still More Swinger Meet and Greet GamesThe more the merrier! Here is yet another set of games to get your group mingling and flirting.

These are games we've used for our meet and greet. We meet once a month in a public club where there are a few other patrons. We have between 60 and 120 people in attendance, couples and singles. Everyone is part of our online group. We started playing an ice breaker game because members had commented they were nervous about approaching new people. Quite a few people would come to meet and greet and just sit by themselves at a table. The games are a vehicle to get people up and mingling. They've been very well- received.

My husband and I stand at the door and greet everyone and give them the items for the game. We run the game for the first hour, then we give the prize and enjoy dancing and meeting. The bar owners turn the music down when we play, at our request.

The week of meet and greet I post the game instructions online for the group. Most of what is written below are the instructions I post. I've also included a section about what I do to prepare the game and talk a little about the results.

I make a prize bag with little items related to sex or the holiday we're celebrating. Condoms, cock-rings, Mardi Gras beads, Pop-rocks candy, chocolates, curly straws. The owner of 3orMore.com was kind enough to send me bracelets, beer cozies, stickers and magnets. Kasidie.com sent me trial membership cards and “swag bags” with condoms. Members of our meet and greet group who sell sex toys have also done prize bags for me.

Lucky Charms

It's Friday the 13th again. Let's get lucky one more time in 2013! Be sure to arrive on time to meet, greet and play our newest game. Brad and I will be handing out game cards between 8 and 9pm.

For this game there will be 9 lucky charms. These are laminated picture cards. Nine people will start with the lucky charms. Everyone else will receive a slip of paper with the name of the lucky charm you are looking for.

When you find the charm that matches your paper you give your paper to the charm holder and they give you the charm. They write their name on the paper and enter the drawing and get a new slip of paper. The original charm holder will then be looking for a new charm. The charms will be moving from person to person so the game will keep changing. Meet and chat with as many charming people as you can to find the charms!

We will draw for the fabulous prize at 9:15.

Preparation:

I found 9 images of lucky objects and printed and laminated them. They were about 2” x 2”. I used a penny, a cricket, a rainbow, a shooting star, a rabbit foot, a ladybug, a four leaf clover, an elephant and a horseshoe.

Next I printed the names of the charms on paper multiple times and cut them out. We have a large group so I probably had about 200 slips of paper.

At the door hand out the 9 charms to the first guests and then hand out the slips of paper.

This game went great! The group loved that the charms moved from person to person, so they had to keep meeting people to find the charms. It was a nice change from the standard match type game.

The Cold, Hard Truth or a Dirty Lie

Baby, it's cold outside! Let's see if you can figure out what is the cold, hard truth and what is a lie. Be sure to arrive on time to meet, greet and play our newest game. Brad and I will be handing out game cards between 8 and 9pm.

Each person will receive 3 tickets and a slip of paper that will say Cold, Hard Truth or Dirty Lie. Don't show anyone your Lie or Truth slip. You will introduce yourself to someone and tell them a quick story or preference. If your paper says Lie you must lie, if it says Truth you must tell the truth. For example, “I was banned from the mall for fooling around in an elevator” or “I make passes at girls in glasses” or “I've been swinging for 10 years.”

They must tell you if they think it's the cold, hard truth or a dirty lie. The person can not ask any questions about your statement before guessing. If they guess wrong they have to give you a ticket, and you can enter the drawing for the prize. If they guess right you give them one of your tickets. They bring it to me to enter the drawing. Your goal is to fool people with your stories and be a lie detector in order to collect as many tickets as you can.

After you tell your story or preference switch and let them share their truth or lie. Be sure you introduce yourselves and take a little time to chat after you find out if they are a dirty liar or a dirty truth-teller!

Once you lose your three tickets you can come up and get another set.

We'll draw for the fabulous prize at 9:15!

Preparation:

Print slips of paper that say Cold, Hard Truth and Dirty Lie. Attach 3 tickets or slips of paper to each Truth or Lie paper.

This game was not as successful as we had hoped. A lot of people were confused about whether they were supposed to lie or tell the truth. It still served it's purpose as an ice-breaker and the group had fun. I would suggest using this game with a group of 40 people or less where you can explain the directions to everyone at the start.

Let's Screw

It's that time! Time to meet, greet, and yes, that's right, Screw! Be sure to arrive on time to meet, greet and play our newest game. Brad and I will be handing out game pieces between 8 and 9pm.

A very special thanks to X and X who donated to make this game possible!

The object of this game is to find your match. Girls will receive a nut and guys will receive a bolt. You must introduce yourselves and then test your fit. If the nut screws onto the bolt you are a match. Just like real life screwing, DON'T force it! Some may appear to be the same size, but the threads are different. When you find a match, come see me to enter the drawing and get another game piece.

We'll draw for the fabulous prize at 9:15!

Preparation:

You will need a large number of nuts and corresponding bolts for this game. I solicited my group for donations. It ended up costing about $25. You want as many different sizes as possible, but you will have to use some of the same if you have a large group. You can get metric and English screws and that helps with variety. Try to have a few that are quite large, very small, very thick, etc, because that makes for a lot of funny innuendo. I used 96 sets for our group.

Cut slips of paper or use tickets for the drawing. I had over 200 slips and we ran out before nine o'clock.

Hand out the nuts to the girls and the bolts to the guys. As people find their matches unscrew them and hand them out again.

This game was a favorite for my husband and everyone in the group! My husband loved it because all the girls wanted his nuts. People had a great time making matches and joking around. There were even some DP's (two bolts that fit inside one larger nut) and threesomes (two nuts on one bolt).

I hope these games are helpful to you and your group. If you have questions or suggestions for other games feel free to comment below.

If you are interested in running a swinger meet and greet you can check out my other articles, How to Run a Fantastic Swinger Meet and Greet, Swinger Meet and Greet Icebreaker Games, More Swinger Meet and Greet Games and Even More Swinger Meet and Greet Games.

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Lisa and her husband have been married for 16 years and non-monogamous for 4. They live in a swing state and are active in their local community organizing events. Lisa's passions include reading, writing, crochet, aquariums and building an amazing local and online swing community.

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