Flash Post: Ravenous Roulette


What It Is: SO clever, that’s what. This party-sized plate can be covered with a dish of your choice – cake, pizza, cupcakes – and as people take things off of it, it’ll reveal whether they’re ‘safe’…or whether they’ve been struck by a Russian roulette-style bullet. The question you might be asking is – safe from what? How about, loser buys the pizza you’re digging into? Or has to do the dishes after eating? Or for a party game, has to down a shot of whiskey? No matter how you play it, this will definitely liven up the dinner table.
Who It’s For: Your college-bound brother, to haul out at parties with his bros. Your board game lovin’ couple friends, to serve their party snacks on. Your spouse, as a tongue-in-cheek party favour for her book clubs and his sports games.
What It Costs: $40. Did I mention it’s porcelain?
Where It’s At: Toronto-based gift shop Up To You Toronto!

6 Responses to “Flash Post: Ravenous Roulette”
  1. leah says:

    I think this is very fun! #cgg

  2. Heather Holmberg says:

    I love it ! Oh man, I have so many drinking games, or other game ideas for this ..good at the cottage, we always make up fun ways to get the crappy chores !

  3. Susan says:

    I think I could make up a game without it costing $40 for the plate. It is an eye-catching plate though! #CGG

  4. Victoria Ess says:

    This would be great way to serve something you bring to a party, and you can leave the platter for the hostess! #CGG

  5. Kevin B says:

    Like the plate #CGG

  6. Desiree says:

    They are a diversion and difficult to preserve entertained
    while shopping.

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