The new and improved version of BeGame is sweeping the country. People are lining up at department stores, discount stores and toy stores, hoping for a glimpse of BeGame. So, what's all the fuss about?
BeGame is a figment of Bonnie Doss-Knight's vivid imagination. Often, when she can't sleep, Bonnie wanders to lands of potentiality, where she meets interesting people and sees unbelievable sights.
On one such night, she invented, patented and packaged BeGame. For the moment, this intriguing game is stalled in the Land of Impossibility, awaiting transportation through the portals of possibility.
In a Regency Romance, Bonnie spied a thrilling word - bedinner. She called her work colleague and begged to bedinner her the very next day.
Bonnie's friend became quite bedazzled at the prospect of a bedinner.
Note: to bedinner someone is to treat them to a lovely luncheon or high tea.
Bedazzle is another potential action-card one may draw in BeGame.
Lovers are particularly enchanted when bedazzled. Start with a diamond tiara. Put on a wine-colored velvet cocktail dress. Make reservations for a wine tasting, followed by a bedazzling night in a 5-star hotel.
In order to win the ever-popular BeGame, one must begin with the beguine. To properly beguine, book a flight to St. Lucia or Martinique. There you may learn this sensuous dance, resembling a rumba.
Getting the befuddle card is like drawing the Old Maid. One must rid themselves of befuddle quickly, as if holding a hot potato. It is legal to bribe opponents by offering to bedinner them or with your promissory note for 30,000 drachmas.
BeGame gets very exciting each time the befuddler attempts to befuddle the befuddled.
Deposit the equivalent monies you pay the I.R.S. on an annual basis in Bonnie's PayPal account. When the portals of possibility open, you will receive the deluxe edition of BeGame.
I wondered what game I would be reading about since BeGame was not known. Fun and interesting stuff here and sounds like a winner.
Ha ha - fun list Bonnie.
Way to Be! Love it!
Note to my Readers: I changed the title and sub-headings 5 times to reflect BeGame not Begame. Guess the computer of OZ knows all, because it kept changing my changes!
select one here...