December 1st How to keep your family happy this Christmas
It’s fair to say that this year’s Christmas will be a little different with levels and rule of six because of the Coronavirus pandemic, our little ‘bubbles’ will be on the small side. So how do you plan to keep you and yours entertained during the yuletide period? Monopoly, let’s face it, is a recipe for a family argument. Charades has a maximum shelf life of half an hour and does anyone really know how to play Bridge? So if you’re looking to keep the family entertained here are our top five tips, guaranteed to be fun but we can’t promise there won’t be some controversy…
Miss the pub? Of course, you are. With many places that cater to guests that can only stay open if they sell food, it’s not just the drinking man we’re missing when we go down to local. Pool is the classic pub game that anyone can play (as long as they can get across the table). And if you feel too frivolous, you can treat swimming pool dining table. Good for turkeys and Christmas hits.
Another item commonly found in taverns in Juke Box. So if you have a lot of vinyl or CDs that never see the light of day again because you’re on Spotify or Soundcloud all day, a jukebox could be a great excuse to get rid of them. . This may cause some disagreements with younger members of your family as we have yet to find a jukebox that can be streamed from YouTube.
A winning format that has stood the test of time. One ping pong Tournaments can keep you entertained for hours. Versions with glass lids are also handy for holding drinks. Remember that player spins are not allowed!
Classic game machine
For those of us of a certain age, do you ever miss those Saturday afternoons spent with video games? Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter 2, Pac-Man, and Super Mario are all available as full standing units that can live indoors. These games can make your younger family members feel a little uncomfortable, but you can explain that they are playing a history lesson, while you continue to beat them again. …
An Air Hockey table is truly fun for the whole family. The rules are simple and to cheat is difficult, as long as you are playing against an opponent that can reach the table, no need to explain much!