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28 People Share The Weirdest Things They Do With Their SOs

List RulesVote up the strangest and sweetest significant other games.

Love makes the world go round. However, that same sweet love and affection can often be expressed in the silliest and strangest ways. The users of Reddit are sharing the things that they do with their significant others that are totally not normal. These shared games between SOs will make you go "aw" and "ew" at the same time.

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    R-Rated Pictionary

    From Redditor u/Danz322:

    [Phallic] drawings. I don’t remember who started it but we hide the same [phallic] drawing for the other one to find. She put it in my suitcase when I went away on a hunting trip with my buddies and I had to explain why I had a crudely drawn wang on a sheet of notebook paper packed with my socks. When I returned I hid in the bottom of her underwear drawer and it took her a few months to find it. She then hid it somewhere and I haven’t found it yet, that was five years ago. She told me I’ll find it eventually but I’m afraid of where it might be. I have told her that if she dies before me that she is getting buried with it and I win.

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    Quite A Surprise

    From Redditor u/alternativenarrative:

    We play a game called Surprise Bum. It’s pretty simple. To ‘win’ all you have to do is catch the other off guard with your naked a**.

    So say, I’m on the sofa reading a book. He’ll yell out ‘hey have you seen my keys?’ Naturally I turn around to direct my answer at him and - BAM - there he is with his back to me, hands on hips and pants around his ankles, yelling ‘SURPRISE BUM!’.

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    Complex But Creative

    From Redditor u/joeyboii23:

    Me and my girlfriend have started using very random and increasing complex pet names when we answer a phonecall from one another. Its so often now that sometimes i'll forget and in public loudly answer with "hello my Persian tropical icecream sweety watermelon minx." Or something to that effect, it changes everytime.

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    A New Form Of Communication

    From Redditor u/Banana_Turtle_:

    Probably “kissy sonar”.

    I am a very extroverted woman and need my existence to be acknowledged every once in awhile. My wife is extremely introverted so conversations constantly are a big no no. So we make kissing noises around the house every now and then as a kind of “I love you, everything’s fine over here- you ok?” A kissy back and we both continue doing our own thing in silence. No kissy back means trying a louder kissy noise, waiting 5 seconds, and wandering out to make sure everything is ok.

    Everyone gets what they want. I feel like I’m being paid attention to, she’s not overburdened by talking with me or doing something together, but we still are connected.

    Edit: This does have the downside of forgetting I am in different company and making kissy noises at my boss or friends during a period of silence. My boss did the kissy sonar back absentmindedly and then had a “wtf did I just do” face. We now rib one another about it.

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