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Four games to revive a lackluster party

Party games that'll make for a night you'll never forget.
Games that're a blast at a party.
Games that're a blast at a party. (Eric Nopanen via Unsplash/)

Somebody once wrote on a chalkboard ad for a liquor store “a party without alcohol is just a meeting.” We’d like to argue that a party without

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