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A white elephant gift exchange is a lighthearted way to have fun with your swinging friends. White elephant gifts are traditionally presents that are considered extremely tacky or that do not fit the tastes of the recipient. The thought behind a white elephant gift exchange is to give everyone a chance to rid themselves of these tacky gifts—and invariably gain a new one! You can re-gift a unwanted item or trinket, or if you choose to buy a new gift spend no more than 10 dollars, generally inexpensive, tacky item just for the party. The goal is to choose wacky, funny or entertaining gifts. The gift is for a couple NOT per person.
Each couple supplies one WRAPPED gift. The first person opens a wrapped gift and the turn ends. On subsequent turns, each person can open a new present or gets the choice to steal another person's unwrapped gift. When a person's gift is stolen, they choose another wrapped gift to open. A gift can only be stolen 3 times. The game is over when the last person has taken their turn.
This will be alot of fun so we hope alot of you participate. See you all soon!
Would be nice to say the party didn't cost us anything to put on, But it does. With that being said, A THANK YOU card in an envelope would be nice. It must be in an envelope. From our experience the thank you cards we have received have had between 30 or 40 in them. We do not accept cash at the door as that would put us in a business category. We do not want to be a business. This helps to offset some of the cost of the party you attend and helps us provide a private place for couples to enjoy the lifestyle. Your thank you helps to ensure the quality and freshness of the food and beverages available to you. We furnish soft drinks, as well as food and snacks. In our on-premise rooms you will find an assortment of personal items including condoms, lube, and wipes that make the lifestyle exploration clean and safe. We are BYOB as well.
36 members are attending this event.
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