GAMES TO PLAY.
Here are some fun games to play whilst making your way out to your surprise destination.
Would you rather...?
Have fun asking each other hypothetical questions. You can use our questions below or get creative and make up your own!
Would you rather have a horrible short term memory or a horrible long term memory?
Would you rather be completely invisible for one day or be able to fly for one day?
Would you rather be locked in a room that is constantly dark for a week or a room that is constantly bright for a week?
Would you rather live without the internet or live without AC and heating?
Would you rather find your true love or a suitcase with five million dollars inside?
Would you rather be able to teleport anywhere or be able to read minds?
Would you rather go back to age 5 with everything you know now or know now everything your future self will learn?
Would you rather relive the same day for 365 days or lose a year of your life?
Would you rather never have to work again or never have to sleep again (you won’t feel tired or suffer negative health effects)?
Would you rather be fluent in all languages and never be able to travel or be able to travel anywhere for a year but never be able to learn a word of a different language?
Would you rather be constantly tired no matter how much you sleep or constantly hungry no matter what you eat? Assuming that there are no health problems besides the feeling of hunger and sleepiness.
Would you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods?
Two Truths and a Lie
One person makes three statements, two true and one false, and the other person have to guess the false one. This is especially challenging if you know each other well.
Degrees of Separation
One person picks two things that are unrelated. The other person has to provide a chain of plausible associations to connect them. For example, if you say "lion and slippers," I might say, "A lion hunts warthogs. Warthogs are pigs. Pigs in a blanket is a breakfast entree. A blanket goes on a bed. When I get out of bed, I put on my slippers." Maybe you can come up with a better one than this.
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