Newser — It's raining naked men in airports, and more of the week's weirdest crime stories: NH Couple's Monopoly Game Ends in Arrest : Let the "get out of jail free" jokes commence. A year-old woman in Hooksett, NH, was arrested on domestic violence charges related to simple assault—all reportedly over a game of Monopoly. She told police she started fighting with her boyfriend while they were playing the board game.
I would take off all my clothes too if I got that But then again I'm always naked If I was a naked dude surrounded by other naked dudes, that'd be the card I'd want. Strip monopoly anyone?
Each player counts the number of approved articles of clothing they are wearing. Approved articles include shoes left and right counted separatelysocks or stockings left and right counted separatelypants, tights, shorts, underwear, belts, shirts, tank tops, and bras. All other articles must be discarded.
The designers of the new Brussels version of the immortal Monopoly board game have not been able to convince American mega-corporation Hasbro that the Manneken Pis should appear on the box au naturel. Hasbro, owner of the board game that is produced in more than countries around the world, must approve the design of every edition. It took one look at the box of the new Brussels version and put the kibosh on it. Because naked little boys are not done.
A classic board-game night is always good, clean fun, but that doesn't mean you can't dirty it up just a little. For an evening in with your guy where the stakes are a little more exciting than just a bunch of paper money, try these tips to sex up board-game night. Play the "strip" version.
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Sometimes playing Monopoly the regular way just isn't enough. There are nights when the only thing that will make a party better is a game of strip Monopoly. The rules are almost the same, with the exception that you'll have the option to buy or sell clothing.
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