New York, NY, November 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Times are tough, and when times are tough, sex lives suffer. Inflated stress leads to deflated … mood.
Even when times are flush, couples don’t like to talk about sex. Lack of communication and the sexual frustration that results can ruin an otherwise sound relationship. How can a couple survive this economy and avoid the recession-sex blues?
A weekend in the Poconos? Not in this economy. Combo meal and the latest from the queue? That gets old quickly. A “staycation”? That’s a joke, right?
How about … Play a game? Game night is a great way to party with friends at home, without breaking the bank. And when couples play together, facades crumble and inhibitions melt away.
Fortunately, there’s an affordable new party game available nation-wide at Barnes & Noble and many other retailers that fosters communication and breaks down sexual barriers … Sexy Slang.
Sexy Slang is a party game, not a bedroom game, that couples & singles play with friends.
Sexy Slang is a combination of pictionary-esque drawing games and charades, but with 500 "sexy slang" terms. With most traditional "bored" games, players wait around for their turn. But when they play Sexy Slang, all players are involved in every round, laughing and shouting as each team tries to guess the naughty term before the other team guesses the same term.
For example, the first card in the deck is "chick magnet." You must draw chick magnet for your team faster than your opponent. Players shout out guesses and the results are hilarious. (There are 500 terms, from "reverse cowgirl" to "little man in the boat.")
For obvious reasons, Sexy Slang has an “inflationary” effect on players’ libidos.
Here’s how the after-play conversation typically goes:
Husband: “I didn’t know you’d heard of the reverse cowgirl position.”
Wife: “Sure. Why? … Do you want to try it? Now?”
Husband: “Oh hell yes!”
During these tough times, Americans are once again embracing board games. According to market research firm NPD Group Inc., US sales of board games rose 6% to $794 million in 2008, while total toy sales declined 3%. The Boston Globe recently commented: “People are staying home more and looking for in-home entertainment more than ever.” But be not bored with the board: Reinvent game night and reinvigorate romance with Sexy Slang.