What is the game Two Truths and a Lie
Two Truths and a Lie Party Game has been such a hot commodity around here! It seems like everywhere I go someone is playing it. It’s often played for class parties and icebreakers. My daughter and her friends also enjoy playing it through text messaging on their cell phones.
How to Play Two Truths and a Lie
Ready to get started with a free icebreaker? The first thing you’ll do is start with a question about yourself. For example, this could be anything from picking your favorite movie to sharing more interesting facts about yourself. You will need to include two truths and a lie. The other players in the group whether it be a small or large group could include kids or adults or a mixture of both. However, all of the players will need to choose the lie from your answers.
How to Put a Spin on Two Truths and a Lie
What you could do to put a spin on this game, is use a printable and pass it out to everyone in the group. If you have 10 people in the group. Hand out 10 papers and pencils. Each time someone shares their responses for the Two Truths and a Lie Party Game. Allow each participant to mark down which answer they think is a lie. At the end of the game, the one with the most right answers will win a prize.
Another way you could put a spin on two truths and a lie is having the participant blindfolded. Mark two answers on the board and give the player blindfolded a marker to pick which one they believe is the lie. This will make party guests laugh hysterically because we all know most people will put hilarious and funny answers in there.
Imagine Aunt Suzie’s face when she sees what response she picked. The lie could be something like she grew three toenails out of her ears, lol. This will make for a fun icebreaker or holiday game!