Good Vibrations Buzz: I Dare You

Are you looking for a fun game to share with a lover? Or maybe you want something to break the ice and get things going? I Dare You is a super fun set of sealed card, each of which has a question to get conversation going or a dare to fulfill. Whichever you pick, you’re sure to have fun, just like our reviewers.

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Alan and Michelle both had a great time:

Alan says:
We played this game on and off for several nights, and overall I enjoyed it. I can’t say that every single card was to my liking, but the vast majority were. There’s one Dare card that really stood out for me and I think everyone should try at least once. Without giving too much away, it involved a standing position, 5 dimes, and a partner with free reign. My knees were shaking after that one, and we’ve still got about thirty cents somewhere under the furniture!

Michele says:
Alan and I have been together for so long that most of the “Tell Me cards were about things we already knew about each other, and now that we’ve used the other Tell cards I don’t imagine we’d use them again. It would just be repetitive. However, the Dare cards were quite a bit of fun and will definitely be used again. A single card can be drawn at anytime to start off a little play session, and with a little imagination we came up with many variations on ways to use them.

It’s an enjoyable game no matter how you play it, so “I Dare You” to pick up your own set and put a little fun into your relationship.

Mass Hole Mommy thought these cards would be great for discovering your partner’s ins-and-outs:

I would say this game would be much more appropriate for a “new” couple, meaning a couple that has just started dating and is still learning about each other. It’s not overly sexual, but it is romantic and can definitely get your imagination going. This would be a fun thing to bring along on a romantic getaway weekend with your partner.

Not everyone thought that you need to be new partners to enjoy this game. Dirty Sexy Thoughts and her husband found lots of inspiration here:

My husband and I have enjoyed the communication that this little set has brought to us and we have gotten to know each other even better. The main reason for this? The ones we have opened so far are not necessarily questions that we would have come up with to ask each other so we are learning things that haven’t been spoken before. This fun little set is quite inexpensive- much less so than several books along the same lines- and we both feel that it is definitely worth the price.

And lots of folks like Candid, Clever & Cost-Effective enjoyed the cards and thought the package made them an extra-special gift:

I heard someone mention this set a while ago and they said it was kind of “naughty” but nice and a whole lot of fun. So of course I had to give them a try. There are 30 sealed fancy little envelopes that sit inside a beautiful black velvet lined, red and black box that is tied closed with a black satin ribbon.

The box makes a beautiful display all on it’s own and will be a wonderful keepsake after the cards have been used.

You never know what’s going to be inside – each card contains a suggestion or prompt to enhance your sexual play.  It could be acting out your secret fantasy, or just trying something new that you might otherwise have been too shy or nervous to suggest.  The cards are a great way to learn, explore and just get to know each other on another level, a way to “break the ice” so to speak. We found nothing exploitative or demeaning in the cards that would make you really uncomfortable.  It’s a fun “couples” thing that can be the beginning to a wonderful evening in.  The I Dare You: 30 Sealed Seductions would make a wonderful gift for that someone special in your life – the presentation alone is worth the price!

You can make any day Valentine’s Day with this romantic, inspiring and sexy game! Pick yours up here and have fun!


Dr. Charlie Glickman

Charlie Glickman is the Education Program Manager at Good Vibrations. He also writes, blogs, teaches workshops and university courses, presents at conferences, and trains sexuality educators. He’s certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, and loves geeking out about sex, relationships, sex-positivity, love and shame, communities of erotic affiliation, and sexual practices and techniques of all varieties. Follow him online, on Twitter at @charlieglickman, or on Facebook.

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