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Death by Chocolate - Our review - Dec 2013

PostPosted: December 2nd, 2013, 1:05 pm
by cparobbins
What a fantastic night! I was the host and played Justine. The ladies arrived and all brought their assigned dishes for our dinner. We immediately got into character. The wine was flowing, the chocolate was dripping, and our murdered guest let out a blood curdling scream.

We had 13 ladies for dinner and the entire evening took just over three hours. We had TWO additional murderers and there was so much bribery (and even theft) that I gave out two certificates for the most wealthy. The scavenger hunt was hilarious. These girls were going into the kids bibles and pulling out bible bucks thinking and hoping they were part of the game.

Everyone dressed up and it truly was an amazing night. The details were spelled out clearly in my host guide so there was no confusion and I led the group smoothly into each new activity.

I absolutely can NOT wait to do my next one!!

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