My Top 7 Days To Play Board Games

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This was a hard list to compile (haha).

Sunday - A day of rest.  What better way to rest and relax than with a good board game.

Monday - I mean getting back to work is hard, it's nice to end the day with a game.

Tuesday - Hard to put my finger on it but there is just something special about Tuesday's.

Wednesday - Hump day!  We are halfway there and that feels good, celebrate with a game.

Thursday - Only one day left until the weekend, get geared up with a game.

Friday - We've made it. Celebrate with some friends, good food, a drink or two, and of course a game.

Saturday - Full on break day.  Take care of some chores during the day, play at night.

What are your favorite board game days?

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Supporter3 months ago

Great list Scott!

3 months ago

omg booooo

Supporter3 months ago

Boo?  It's just supposed to be silly and fun.

3 months ago

Lol twas a light hearted boo

Supporter3 months ago

We need a sarcasm/satire font, haha.

3 months ago

Supporter3 months ago

Nothing better than a perefect GIF.

3 months ago

Thanks, or maybe that was sarcasm too?! How will we ever know?! 😄

Supporter3 months ago

3 months ago

Ha, one of life's mysteries

Supporter3 months ago

Oh okay, great!

Supporter3 months ago

Wow, just wow. 

3 months ago

Boxing day (day after Christmas in UK) is always a great day to play board games, you are all a bit tired from the previous day's excitment, but well rested enough to concentrate. You can all just gather around the table to play a nice game of something.

Supporter3 months ago

Only if you don't have to work of course. 

3 months ago

That's true, fortunately it is bank holiday in the UK so most people are lucky enough to get the day off. Although I have worked a couple

Supporter3 months ago

'It's the curse of working in healthcare I suppose. 

3 months ago

Yeah, that must be rough, but your efforts are appreciated by all the people who don't die beacuse of it, so that's nice.

Supporter3 months ago

I love the specific day in your answer!  It's cool to have that tradition stamped in your brain.

3 months ago

Thanks, it's also cause quite often one or more of my family will buy a new game 'for the family', for Christmas so we will try it out

Supporter3 months ago

That's great.  I've gotten my oldest child into gaming but can't get any of the other adults in my family into it so often I have to wait a few days after Christmas to try out something new with my gaming group.  Thankfully I have 4 kids so hopefully I can get them all into gaming and create my own homegrown group.

3 months ago

Haha, that's what my mum did, got us all into games early and now she has her own group of gamers whenever we visit :D

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