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The famous "Escape Room"
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The famous "Escape Room"
You ever participate in an Escape Room, alternately known as the escape game?

I never have, but I have thought about it.
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The famous "Escape Room"
It sounds fun but I've never done it. There's one in my city called Enchambered. It's about $30 per person so would be a little pricey for my kid and me. But winter is a slow time of year for me with social activities, maybe I'll do this.

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The famous "Escape Room"
I did a while back for a friends birthday and it was...."ok".

Like it was fun, but I personally just wasn't into it at all. I think it's just not for me, like I couldn't get 'excited' about it or anything. Anything involving a padlock with numbers, I would just randomly spin the numbers trying to see if I could unlock it by chance [something I actually managed to do as well] rather than trying to figure out some crazy complex thing to find the code.

It's not like bad or anything, and to be fair in the end I thought "huh, we solved that as a team. Good stuff" , so it was a positive, but I wouldn't want to do one of my own choice.
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The famous "Escape Room"
(01-15-2020, 12:09 PM)Phaedrus Wrote: You ever participate in an Escape Room, alternately known as the escape game?

I never have, but I have thought about it.

Didn't they have one of those in "Pulp Fiction"? Shy
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