Learn how to get started picking your answers for playing Two Truths and a Lie, including example lies.
Which one is the lie?
In my case, they're all lies. I'm not giving away my secrets that easily, ha. But they are tweaked versions of statements I've used in the game Two Truths and a Lie. If you're new to the game, it's a fun team building activity and icebreaker. If it's the first time you've played it, you may have trouble coming up with your own statements. Here are some tips.
In basketball, I was known for throwing passes to the opposite team. That one's actually true, fun times! How did I come up with it? By thinking about answers to icebreaker questions.
Come up with some answers to these questions:
Then take one of the answers and change it to make your lie. If you played the trumpet in band, make it the tuba or the oboe. Or maybe you loved the movie ET or Toy Story, but your lie could be that you've never seen it. A good lie also gives you something interesting to say after you reveal the answer, which these examples do.
There are many more icebreaker questions you can use for this, so choose some and get started selecting your truths and lies. If you're doing this with your team, you should subscribe to our team building activities.
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