Sometimes there are hard working weeks in my life: the boss swears, a bunch of important things and piles of documents on the table, problems with salary or just a bad mood. At that very time I decide to have parties and invite my friends. I come up with unusual ideas: Egg day, Red Sock day, Newspaper day, etc.
This weekend I decided to have a Money day. I would like to share with you my script and some tips if you want to have the same holiday.
To begin with, we’ll lay a festive table, the menu of which will please the heroes of the occasion. (Let me remind you that money are the causer of our festival, so all dishes should have large lettuces, symbolizing banknotes). Instead of napkins, I laid out prop money Euro. I also decorated several dishes with these pieces of paper.
After our rich meal, I arranged a comic auction, having previously distributed to all my friends multi-colored “banknotes”. Personally, I sold my old disks with films and cartoons, and the guests paid for them with their movie money.
Then we learned to make origami from notes. Not everyone succeeded, but we did not give up. Now there are a dozen little dragons, hares and birds from prop money UK on my windowsill.
Then we had a little game, “Rob a Sweet Bank”. The largest of my friends was the guard of the safe box with sweets. The rest had to plan everything so that they quietly get past him and pull off the safe box. If the guard managed to catch someone, then he would close the robber in prison (in our case, in the pantry) with the key.
Actually, the game was for children, but my friends were thrilled. Nothing helps to relax so much as to feel like little girls and boys, given the fact that the next day all the “children” needed to submit reports, arrange business meetings, dive into numbers and endless scribbling.