Truth & Dare: ask a male friend to fool around with your guy

What better than playing a game Truth or Dare? It is a party game requiring at least two players.


Players are given the choice between answering a question truthfully, or performing a “dare”,
both of which are set by the other players. It can be fun and you can get your job done too.

Place a dare on a friend to pretend that he is gay and ask him to force friendship with your
boy friend. When it comes to guys, they make friends easily and you can always rely on your
instincts about what will make a friendship click. Find the common grounds and you can find
ways to strike a conversation to start off.

Once your friend has connected with the boy friend, ask him to flirt with him. He can highlight
that his stubble makes him look hot, try and make him uncomfortable. Isolate, move, and keep
developing rapport. Invite him to a quieter corner of the bar, and maybe then outside for a breath
of air or to a pizza place where they can grab a slice of pizza. You can walk in and act curious as
to what were they up to? Tease him later that he should get rid of his stubble as men have started
hitting on him too. Be very clear that you don’t like him hanging around with a guy. Pretend that
you don’t like it and ask him sternly to get rid of the stubble and be your man.

If he still acts funny, remember that guys like a little bit of competition. You can also talk to other guys now and then and have a flirty laugh too. By doing that, you’re making him realize that there are other guys who want your attention too. He may not approach you when you’re with another guy, but he’ll constantly look for opportunities to talk to you when you’re alone.
Bring up the topic again and make sure your side wins. Make your male friend keep calling till he shaves himself just like you wanted him to. Don’t forget to thank your friend.

This post is a part of the ‘Shave or Crave’ movement in association with BlogAdda.com

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