I’m talking about the time that his Chris Evans embodiment was caught striking a smile on a board game for teenage girls. It’s not too difficult to dig up some dirt on your favorite celebrities.
Through his acts of kindness and superhuman good looks, we’ve come to acknowledge that Captain America and the actor that portrays him, Chris Evans, are pretty much one in the same. And that someone special might just be that handsome young hunk in the blue tint calling you up to chat. Does that smile remind you of a certain world-protecting Avenger that often dresses in red, white and blue? Once that stardom hits, pretty much all skeletons come out of the closet. Apparently, Chris Evans posed as ‘Tyler’ for the crush-inducing board game back in high school.
It all got me thinking about "board games for girls" as a concept. The Offworld Collection, presenting the very best features and essays from Offworld, is finally available to buy directly from Campo Santo for .
And yeah, video games and i Phone/Android apps are pretty awesome, too.
But in my opinion, nothing beats the old-school board games we all grew up with in the ’90s.
Bragging Rights: meet your secret admirer Mystery Date was initially launched in 1955 and has since been updated across the decades.
Marketed to girls aged six to 14, it’s been parodied in everything from “The Simpsons” to “Ren & Stimpy.” Up to four players race around the board as they prepare for their mystery date, aiming to match their outfit with his style.