if this isn’t the case, there is no pressure to follow through with the role-play. You have plenty of time to experiment with the same roles at another time — it’s not a one-shot deal.
Some people find that role-play helps them to communicate their fantasies and desires in a more playful way (e.g., Nurse Nancy wants to be whipped with your dirty underwear), and others find that they’re more open to experimenting once they’re in character. This makes sense, as both arousal and novelty are associated with lowered inhibitions and greater creativity.
If you’re looking for costumes that can be worn in and out of the bedroom, Toronto offers a range of options from the budget conscious Value Village to pop-up shops like Spirit Halloween with locations across the GTA. Uptown’s Candy’s Costume Shop offers both sales and rentals.
If you’re a last-minute reveller and didn’t plan ahead, play the witty jester role and be inspired by double entendres to create your own costume. Here are a few of my favourites, can you decipher the double entendre? 1. Glue Smarties to your pants. 2. Put spice jars in a bra on top of your clothing. 3. Wear cat ears and pyjamas. 4. Affix a small radio to your head. 5. Tape some teddy bears to your arms. 6. If you’re single, carry around a bicycle wheel and stand next to couples (bonus points for photobombing). 7. Paint your face like an animal and wear a party hat. 8. Write “book” on your cheeks. 9. Wear a medal around your neck and attach some slices of bread to your outfit.
These creative costumes may not lead directly to hot role play, but they’ll likely lead to laughs and engaging conversation, which often amounts to the ultimate foreplay. Breadwinner 9. Facebook, 8. animal, Party 7. wheel, Third 6. arms, bear to Right 5. Radiohead, 4. pyjamas, Cat’s 3. rack, Spice 2. pants, Smarty 1. Answers: