The Harry Potter Sex Game

Sounds like fun:

Matt Gaetz and Florida pols played Harry Potter-themed ‘sex challenge’ game: report

Of course, Americans never quite do get rules making in games quite right. It being the English who get this right and then export said games.

In January, the Tampa Bay Times reported that Florida state Rep. Chris Latvala accused Gaetz in a 2020 tweet of having “created a game where members of the FL House got “points” for sleeping with aides, interns, lobbyists, and married legislators.”

Legislators got one point for sleeping with a lobbyist, two for sleeping with legislative staff, three for another legislator and six for a married legislator, the Tampa Bay Times alleged.

No, clearly wrong, a lobbyist is negative points. Partly on the base observation that having met an actual lobbyist will prove, without doubt, the truth of the contention but rather more importantly because the aim and purpose of a lobbyist is to screw everyone anyway.

8 thoughts on “The Harry Potter Sex Game”

  1. Bloke in Cornwall

    This has been happening for at least 20 years – back in the days I worked on holiday parks there were leagues for who slept with the most people, different scores for staff, holiday makers, two from the same group etc. Can’t remember the exact scores but the highest total at the end of season got all drinks paid for at the closing party… I’m also sure this has been going on in one form or another for as long as there have been ways to keep score…

  2. It being the English who get this right and then export said games.

    So, who do you have to sleep with to win the game no matter how far behind in points you are, rendering the rest of the game completely moot?

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