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{THE AND} Couples Edition

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{THE AND} is more than just a card game, it’s a tool for communicating and a space to deepen your relationships.

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Whether paired-up partnership or newlywed (and anything in between) these questions will help you uncover a deeper understanding of yourselves as individuals - and as a more connected couple.
Build a strong foundation for the future.
Continue to deepen and explore your love.
Keep communication intimate and spicy.
The only rule we have is to be honest. Other than that, it’s easy - players sit closely together, pick 12 cards, and take turns reading and answering all 12. You should try to answer every question, but you do have the option to pass, if you like. The full “rules” can be found on the packaging for more details.

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    07/05/2021
    Jakob D.
    Austria Austria
    Really great idea, but could be improved upon.

    I love the idea and the design and the huge variety of cards makes for hours of possible conversation. However, I find some of the questions too oriented towards monogamous couples. Some few questions come on as perpetuating posessive stereotypes in relationships. But a healthy couple can probably still use those as a launching point for deep conversation.

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      JD
      07/05/2021
      Jakob D.
      Austria Austria
      Really great idea, but could be improved upon.

      I love the idea and the design and the huge variety of cards makes for hours of possible conversation. However, I find some of the questions too oriented towards monogamous couples. Some few questions come on as perpetuating posessive stereotypes in relationships. But a healthy couple can probably still use those as a launching point for deep conversation.