Today is a very special day, a day for a party. It's time for a celebration, and you are invited. Here is my plan for our party today.
First, we'll heat things up and have a shocking game of kickball.
Next, we'll listen to a gifted flutist beatbox some Imagine Dragons.
The third activity planned is a game of chess. Our opponent though, might scare you to death.
After that, we'll play some Street Fighter. I'll play as Guile; his special move is my favorite.
Our next activity, is a treasure hunt. We'll sing a whale song as we look for the prize.
From there we'll play competitive rounds of twister. One on one games, where the loser is out.
It's time to calm things down a bit with a card game with the king of hearts.
It's time to eat, everyone give me your order. Only combos are allowed though, I have a coupon.
We'll then play a game of Guess Who, where it's important to see and find out who you are.
Will everyone be tired by then? I think so. Our next activity will be to perspire in a sauna.
Afterwards it's time for a treat. Some ice cream sounds nice, don't you think?
Is this too tiring? I hope not. We'll play a game of Two Truths and a Lie to shake things up.
It's time to go classic, I'll get my SEGA. I think we'll play some Sonic Adventure.
We'll wind things down now, with a story at the end. It's a great book, I just picked it up.
What am I celebrating?
It seems to me you're a bit confused. What could there be to possibly celebrate on a normal Thursday like this?
Well, I'll tell you this, I have a reason to celebrate.
It seems that our special Guest has seen a pattern in our activities planned for today. These activities do hold a special place in my heart.
In the past, every title to every puzzle I've used is a hint in some fashion. This puzzle is no different. The key is to find out what it means, it has something to do with SE.
What? Why yes, there are fourteen activities planned. It's not too much, is it?
What is the required amount of characters to submit a question, comment, or answer on Stack Exchange? If you follow that, and the activities I planned, you'll find the answer.