Truth or Dare is a racier version of Spin the Bottle.
Everyone sits in a circle, then each participant takes a turn at spinning a bottle placed on the floor. Whoever the neck of the bottle points at has to pick a card to see whether they have to answer an embarrassing truth or perform an outrageous dare.
Now this is where it gets interesting.
Some truth questions can be innocent: What is your favorite movie? Or, who is your favorite actor/actress?
Others can be invasive: Who was your first crush? Where is the craziest place you made love?
For Dare it can be things like: Take off your shirt and run outside. Or, kiss the male/female next to you.
As I said, interesting 🙂
I think as long as it’s done in fun and not with malicious intent, games like these can be great ice-breakers.
Did any of you play any of these games as a teenager? Did you meet a special someone this way?
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Laurel Thomas is tired of experiencing life from the outside looking in. She likes the warm welcome she’s received in Tidal Falls and wants to make a home in this friendly little town, far away from her egocentric family. But when her uncle arrives, the past catches up to her.
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Can two people with enough emotional baggage to sink a ship find a way to give each other a chance, or is this match doomed to drown?