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I've played this a handful of times now with different people and I get the same request everytime we play..."Do you have a list of some questions we could ask?"

So, does anybody have a crib sheet of some questions to "get the ball rolling"?

Thanks!
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I've never had anyone ask this

More fun to be creative!

If people get stuck, we fall back to stuff like "what are you wearing", "what can you see", even "whats the weather like".

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I use "have you seen the gorilla?"
 
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I'm rather partial to: "How did you get here?"

In one of our first games, a player really confidently said "Oh, I drove." and then was immediately caught because we were in a submarine.


Other popular questions from our games:

"What do you think of the food?"

"What do you think that stain is?"

"What time did you get in today?"

"Do you think we've ever been robbed?"

"What do you think would happen if I touched this button?"

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primtim34 wrote:
I've played this a handful of times now with different people and I get the same request everytime we play..."Do you have a list of some questions we could ask?"

So, does anybody have a crib sheet of some questions to "get the ball rolling"?

Thanks!


Having a question crib sheet would be nice, but would possibly take a lot out of the game too. Those stumbling to ask questions often give as much information as the question itself. Also, having preset questions would reduce the likelihood of weird questions happening and being some sort of inside joke / meme. One of ours is "how are the cucumbers?"
 
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The crowning glory of all questions we came up with the other night is, "What question would you ask me?"
 
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Fancymancer wrote:
I'm rather partial to: "How did you get here?"

In one of our first games, a player really confidently said "Oh, I drove." and then was immediately caught because we were in a submarine.



Hmm. Other than walking, how else does one get to a submarine?
 
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DavidT wrote:
Fancymancer wrote:
I'm rather partial to: "How did you get here?"

In one of our first games, a player really confidently said "Oh, I drove." and then was immediately caught because we were in a submarine.



Hmm. Other than walking, how else does one get to a submarine?


It's more a case of: you wouldn't answer this question in that way.
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DavidT wrote:
Fancymancer wrote:
I'm rather partial to: "How did you get here?"

In one of our first games, a player really confidently said "Oh, I drove." and then was immediately caught because we were in a submarine.



Hmm. Other than walking, how else does one get to a submarine?


"How did you get here?" - "just fine, thanks"
 
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