Many games have alternate sets of rules (monopoly, dominoes, etc) and you can do the same. One Option:
On your turn, read the card aloud. Everyone in the group takes turns giving their answer. The best answer (the person who drew the card picks) is given the card. At the end of the game, the person with the most cards wins.
Create an additional stack of cards which have the ability to be played by both men and women at the same time. Come up with similar questions and prompts, but remove the ones that are more likely to embarrass people directly at the event.
Host a class to teach pet owners what their pets really want and which actions we take as humans that are not really what would show love in the wild and how we can share our love to our pets in ways that are meaningful to them.
When making pizza have a more enjoyable taste and texture, you can cook the bottom with a frying pan and then finish cooking in the oven with a little bit of water next to it to keep the moisture in the air. It might help with keeping the wings from drying out too.
Though the main reward is a nice shoe, maybe you can slowly grow your offerings to allow for other things. Perhaps the kids can help you come up with ideas. Keep it within the same budget (not value, but budget) and then offer it to them as a pick one of these prizes.
If I received a text every 2 weeks asking if I would like a cleaning, I would be more likely to say yes. Even more so if I received a "discount" for "fitting it in" according to your schedule.
ie. You are washing my neighbors car at the same time, so you offer me a discount for adding to the jobs for the day. To stop from upsetting the neighbors, you can discount them as well AFTER you do both cars. Or you can give them a credit toward another cleaning since you were able to bulk things together. Let them know it was because of the neighborhood jumping in on the deal and you can potentially clean an entire street of cars all at one go.
Just call it "the original" and make it super simple and plain. People will know what it is, what to expect, and will ask for it if it is what they want. The other people who always expect something "extra" may not ever order it, but that is okay.