The Original We're Not Really Strangers Card Game
THE WE'RE NOT REALLY STRANGERS CARD GAME
[comes with a surprise Baby Bouquet - random color]
WARNING: FEELINGS MAY ARISE
We're Not Really Strangers is a purpose driven card game and movement all about empowering meaningful connections. Three carefully crafted levels of questions and wildcards that allow you to deepen your existing relationships and create new ones.
Level 1 (Perception) explores how others view us on the surface and allows us to challenge our assumptions of one another.
Level 2 (Connection) digs deeper and asks the rarely asks questions.
And finally, Level 3 (Reflection) prompts us to reflect on what we learned about each other and ourselves.
HOW TO PLAY
There are two ways to play:
One play safe, two play to grow.
The second is how you win.
150 questions and wildcards for 2 - 6 players, age range 15+
Includes 2 transparent dig deeper cards, 2 pencils and WRNS notepad
Dimension: 10.3cm breadth, 10.3cm length, 7.5cm height
Koreen is a model and artist based in L.A. She created the WNRS card game with the intention of empowering meaningful connections with others. As a photojournalist, her camera was a passport to people, allowing her to talk to anyone about anything. She built the WNRS platform to bring more meaningful connections to everyday life. See her original artwork and join their online community.
Every design from us goes through The Kokoro Eye (for design). Our promise is that we will always delivery quality, style, and mood of the arrangement based on your choice.
Sometimes colors or types of flowers are not available because of the unpredictable supply of flowers being imported from all over the world. Sometimes, the seasonality of flowers will affect the quality and size of the flowers. In those cases, we prefer to replace the original flower with another type of a better quality. For example, if peonies are in season, they are gorgeous and in full bloom. However, when they are not in season they are half their usual size and not in great shape. When this happens we prefer to not use peonies entirely, and replace the flower with something of a higher quality.