Looking for fun things to do at a Valentine's Day Party? You've come to the right place for good, clean, fun for grownups. Use the links to the left to choose a game. Some games require household items like chairs or a bottle. Other games require paper. Some even require a blindfold and all of them require imagination and a sense of humor! You'll be mending broken hearts, cooing like doves, sitting on each other's laps, and even sharing kisses.
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Who was St. Valentine?
That is a good question and no one is certain. The Catholic Church recognizes 3 saints named Valentine or Valentinus. It could be any one of them. It is said that St. Valentine defied an order that Roman soldiers could not be married and continued to perform wedding ceremonies. For this he was thrown in prison. While in prison he fell in love with a young woman and sent her a written message that was signed, "From your Valentine". That is considered the very first Valentine ever sent and the custom has continued to this very day. What could be more romantic? For that, each couple will have to use their own imaginations.
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