Real life Cluedo with a sexy twist
Forget about stressful family gatherings and long, boring dinners; let me show you how to survive the (Christmas-) holidays in sexy style!
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a typical family person. I love spending hours wrapping gifts and cooking the most elaborate meals for my loved ones. But even I sometimes need a break from all that. I just feel like shaking things up a bit! So this year, during the holiday season, I’m organizing my own Murder mystery night with a twist: real life Cluedo. It’s retro, it’s fun, and, – if you do it right – very sexy!
Cluedo is a board game, hugely popular during the seventies, where players try to figure out the three main facts of a murder: the location of the murder, the murder weapon and the murderer himself. Or herself, of course!
I’ve been planning a real life version of it, using my own house as the location, and a selection of sexy singles as the players. I’m so excited!
There are several sites where you can find the exact rules, but basically, seven adults play seven characters: Miss Scarlet, Col. Mustard, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock, Prof. Plum, Mrs. Whyte and Wadsworth the butler. Any extra people can be game masters, in the roles of butlers or -oh la la! – French maids.
You can invite 6 friends to play these parts, but I decided to shake things up by inviting only people – singles! – I’ve never met before in real life. For example: people I’ve had a click with on Facebook, or a friend of a friend who came highly recommended.
To make things even more exciting, I designed swanky invitations, in which I insisted everybody come dressed in a sexy stylish interpretation of their part. Now all I need to do is create lots of dark cozy corners in my house, and I’m ready for a night of ‘killer’ romance… Happy, sexy holidays!
REFLECTIONS FROM YOUR MIRROR
FOR THE WOMEN OF THE WORLD
Between king and QUEEN
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Sara Mearns (31) is New York City Ballet’s boldest ballerina. A passionate, intense dancer, she started dancing at 3 and starred in Swan Lake when she was only 19. But instead of resting on her laurels, Sara has kept challenging herself with daring projects, from a collaboration with hip-hop dancers to a leading role in a Broadway show. I talked with the fierce Swan Queen about sacrifices, body confidence, and how to turn pain into gain. “I’m not the typical skinny, tall, long-neck kind of ballerina.”
The art of love!
Get your creative juices flowing
This Valentine’s, don’t wait around for that love-note or those fancy chocolates to feel loved and desired. Express yourself to fall in love with yourself, now!