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Gift Exchange Games
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This is a fun and easy way for a chapter to do a gift exhange.

Your group is seated in a circle and each person has a gift. Each time "right" or "left" is said the members pass their gift to the direction indicated. Be sure to have everyone's attention and don't read too fast.

From the Queen Mother Board on RHS

My Red Hatters love the Mr. and Mrs. Wright game and I love to "Re-Wright" it to fit the ocassion. This version was written for a pajama party.

When we play the game, we do not pass just left to right etc., but give the ladies the option of passing directly across from them on the word "the".

I re-wrote the game theme and then one of our members tweaked it and here is the much improved result, thanks to Lady Bumble Bee:

Mr. Wright left the bedroom and walked right into the kitchen where he saw Mrs. Wright fixing his breakfast. Turning left he immediately poured himself a cup of coffee asking Mrs. Wright if she the milk left on the counter was for him.

You left the light on in the bathroom, Mr. Wright informed her and you left the towels on the floor again. You are not acting right this morning. Mrs. Wright gushed -- I am so rightly excited this morning. I know I have left lights on all over the house, and saying that, she left the refrigerator door open when she took out the juice sitting it on the counter to her left. Turning left to look at Mrs. Wright, Mr. Wright said get a hold of your self Mrs. Wright and act right. Why are you spinning around like a top this morning?

Mrs. Wright told him, we are having a Red Hat Pajama Breakfast this morning and I want to get right over there first thing before my favorite Pastry is gone, but I left the alarm off the clock and now I am running late. I left a message with my ride and she had left already and, if I am not ready, Queen Mum might rightly leave me and I will be left out of the pajama party.

Nonsense, Mr. Wright told Mrs. Wright. I may have left our car at the garage today. But I can do the right thing and call Lefty and Lefty’s Taxi Service to drop you off at the party “if” you get left behind. Oh OK! Mrs. Wright exclaimed to Mr. Wright. Would you do that? I don't want to be left out.

Mr. Wright hurriedly helped Mrs. Wright clean up the kitchen and left to go up the stairs and quickly change. When everything was put in its right place and nothing was left out. Mrs. Wright turned left to follow Mr. Wright up the stairs to thank Mr. Wright for helping this morning and that she would be all right now.

Mr. Wright was putting on the slacks and the shirt Mrs. Wright left out for him last night. And as he was slipping his left foot right into his favorite sneakers he glanced over at Mrs. Wright and the smile he had been wearing quickly left his face. Mr. Wright exclaimed “you are not even dressed yet!” Why are you still in your pajamas? (Giggling) That's right, said Mrs. Wright twirling around to her left (prancing). This is what I am wearing to the Pajama Party. But that is not right, said Mr. Wright. You cannot go out in your pajamas. That will not look right at all! Your friends will think you are forgetful and would want you left out if you left here dressed like that. Giggling Mrs. Wright exclaimed. But honey I am Lady Forgetful. And they rightly accept me as I am. Worriedly Mr. Wright left Mrs. Wright to go answer the knock at the door. Mr. Wright opened the door and got such a shock! There was the Red Hat Queen Mother and standing to her left were two more Red Hatters and to her right there was another. And they were all wearing Purple pajamas with Bright Red Pajama Caps. With the exception of one lady to her left who had on bright Red Pajamas with a Purple Pajama Cap.

“Oh!” Exclaimed Mr. Wright. Your senses have left you all. That's right, laughed the Queen Mother. Red Hatters are off their rockers and having fun. And they left Mr. Wright standing in the door shaking his head. If I did not love Mrs. Wright, I would have left her a long time ago, said Mr. Wright, but I married her and made her a Wright and she has always been Right ever since, even when she is wrong. And he left it at that.

Edited by - QueenKaput on 07/31/2005 06:31:14

Here are two more. They are themed for Christmas, but you can change the words. Just don't change the number of rights and lefts.

Mr. WRIGHT was to take Mrs. WRIGHT RIGHT to the store to do some of her holiday shopping. As he LEFT in the car, he turned RIGHT out of the driveway. He had to go RIGHT back as he LEFT without Mrs. WRIGHT. They both got in the car on the LEFT side as the RIGHT side door would not open. Mr. and Mrs. WRIGHT again LEFT for the store, turning RIGHT out of the driveway. An argument occurred about the RIGHT turn as Mrs. WRIGHT said that Mr. WRIGHT should have turned LEFT. Mr. WRIGHT kept insisting that he was RIGHT, but Mrs. WRIGHT kept insisting that the nicer department store was on the LEFT. Two blocks away after another LEFT turn they discovered they had LEFT the credit cards at home. So, they made a LEFT turn, then a RIGHT to go back home to where they had LEFT the credit cards. As they turned RIGHT on to their street and LEFT into the driveway, Mrs. WRIGHT said "Let's just stay RIGHT here and shop for the RIGHT gifts over the internet". They went LEFT into the kitchen to make the RIGHT cup of eggnog. Then they went RIGHT into the living room where Mrs. WRIGHT turned to her LEFT and said to Mr. WRIGHT, "I hope they have some good stuff LEFT."

Christmas was almost here, and Mother WRIGHT was finishing the Christmas baking. Father WRIGHT, Sue WRIGHT, and Billy WRIGHT returned from their last-minute Christmas errands. "There's not much LEFT to be done," said Father WRIGHT as he came into the kitchen. "Did you leave the basket of food at church?" asked Mother WRIGHT. "I LEFT it RIGHT where you told me to," said Father WRIGHT. "I'm glad my shopping is done," said Billy WRIGHT. "I don't have any money LEFT." The hall telephone rang, and Susan WRIGHT LEFT to answer it. She rushed back and told the family, "Aunt Tillie WRIGHT LEFT a package for us RIGHT on Grandma WRIGHT's porch. I'll go over there RIGHT now and get it," she said as she LEFT in a rush. Father WRIGHT LEFT the kitchen and brought in the Christmas tree. By the time Susan WRIGHT returned, Mother WRIGHT, Father WRIGHT, and Billy WRIGHT had begun trimming the tree. The entire WRIGHT family sang carols as they finished the decorating. Then they LEFT all the presents arranged under the tree and went to bed, hoping they had selected the RIGHT gifts for their family. Now I hope you have the RIGHT present for yourself, because that's all that's LEFT of our story..... Except to wish you Happy Holidays!....Isn't that RIGHT?

Queen Cynthia Sparkle Plenty
Big D Re-Gals - Dallas, TX
Established May 14, 2002; Registered June 19, 2002

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