A Proverb Corrected

This is a twist on another popular bridal shower games where you say the beginning of a common proverb and have a guest finish the quote. The twist for this game is that the guest has to finish the proverb with anything except the traditional ending. For example, Love means never having to say (fill in the blank). In the traditional game the answer is of course; “you are sorry”. When playing A Proverb Corrected, that is the only wrong answer. Play the game and then vote on the funniest, most meaningful, and most romantic answers and award prizes.

You can even make it themed so answers can only revolve around a theme (example: Love means never having to “paint your own toenails” for a spa themed bridal shower)!

Submitted by: Claire B.