Games to play with your lover on the phone

Written by todd bowerman
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Keeping a relationship interesting and fun is an important element in maintaining the relationship's health. Playing games via text message or phone conversation is one way to spend time with one another when you may not have time for a date, or to keep in touch while your significant other is away on a business trip. You can keep things fresh with a few simple phone games.

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"Truth or Dare"

"Truth or Dare" is a classic kid's game in which each person is asked "Truth or dare?" The person must then choose to answer a deep or embarrassing personal truth, or execute a gross or silly dare. This game works well for couples on the phone, as truths will lead you to a better understanding of your partner and dares can help spice up your conversations in a hurry. If you are using cell phones, try exchanging pictures of completed dares.

"21 Questions"

"21 Questions" is another common and simple game. To play, one person decides on a person, place, or thing. The other person must ask "yes or no" questions until they can guess the correct identity of the subject in question. If they run out of questions, they lose the game. You can put a sexy twist on this game by making each subject something intimate you would like to do the next time you see your partner.

"Strip Trivia"

In the world of camera phones and video chat, keeping a phone relationship interesting has got to be much easier. One interesting way to use these features is playing "strip trivia" with your significant other. Ask trivia questions to one another, and for each set of incorrect answers take off one item of clothing and text a picture over. This game is a great way to pass the time between in-person meetings.

"Three Word Story"

Create a romantic story with your significant other, three words at a time. To play, text your partner three words, or choose three words to use on the phone. Your partner must then continue the story by adding three more words. Continue this pattern until you have a fully formed, romantic narrative about your next meeting or Web-chat.

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