“Married But Still Dating” Game at Stargate Daycare

St. Paul, MN – Upon news of the up and coming Hmong Dating Game held at Stargate Child Daycare, the initial demand and interest of the first dating game was so great that the business owner has decided to also extend the game to married participants since they account for well over 80% of their business.  The rules of the game are still the same, as married folks have been trying to get their side piece at Stargate for years when it was still a nightclub.

On May 2nd, the night after the regular Dating Game, Stargate Daycare will then choose a married person from the crowd to ask other eligible married bachelors or bachelorettes a series of questions.  If they answer correctly and can come up with a solid alibi, then Stargate will provide an all expense paid date for the couple, giving them a night of romance that their partners obviously couldn’t have provided for them.  It’s a win-win situation for everyone besides the kids.

If this event proves popular, Stargate has offered to play the Married But Still Dating Game every weekend to attract a larger customer base.  They also mentioned wanting to play music while people are there, and maybe even open up a floor for couples to dance on with some colorful lights and strobes all around, similar to a dance club.  The daycare is always looking to expand their business model and if this helps jump-start their daycare business, they’ll even look into serving beverages and appetizers.  Stay tuned for more info! ■

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Written by Zaub Qaub

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