Amateur matchmakers and professional shadchanim are recommending it to everyone!
There are 500 pretested questions on three different levels of relationships and a small folding game board in a black box – perfect for taking anywhere, inconspicuously. Hundreds and hundreds of topics will be brought up.
You can play it ON a date – You can play it with your friends or family BEFORE a date – You can play it at a party or an event.
Even Engaged or Old Married couples will benefit from playing this game.
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The date to be avoided is the poorly dressed "dud".
He is wearing slovenly attire, his hair is tousled, and his face sports a beard shadow.
The five possible dates are the "formal dance" date, the "bowling" date, the "beach" date, the "skiing" date, and the "dud".
Marketed to girls 6 to 14 years of age, it has been reissued in 1970, 1999, and 2005.
The player must assemble an outfit by acquiring three matching color-coded cards, which then must match the outfit of the date at the "mystery door".
Beginning in 1966, The Dating Game was often paired with The Newlywed Game.
The first few dates with someone new can be a bit nerve-wracking, so I suggest adding a bit of fun into the mix.
They’re both fun, easy to learn, and fairly inexpensive.
In this cooperative game, you strategize with your fellow player to defend your castle against a horde of evil monsters.
Kneseth Israel (The White Shul) in Far Rockaway, NY, by Rabbi David and Mrs.
Debbie Greenblatt, Senior Lecturers for the Gateways Organization, creators of Relationship Seminars for Singles, and by international shadchanim and frum dating coaches around the country.
The questions are often funny, sometimes a bit shocking but always target the goal. Buy it for yourself, your friends, your adult children, your parents, your co-workers. Reverse the process and try to guess what your partner will answer. You may finally get to discover your partner’s deepest secrets and just how he or she will react in dozens of different scenarios.
It makes a great gift for any occasion or no occasion at all. If you’re single, better now, before it’s too late… It’s been tested and endorsed by Rabbi Eytan and Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner of Cong.