Two Truths & A Tale

by high school student

Everyone gets in a circle and each person must state 3 things about themselves but one of them has to be a lie. E.g.( I was born in Australia, I have 2 brothers, I can pilot a plane) but something not so obvious. The group must guess or vote on which is false.


It's a fun way to get to know more about the people your with.

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Three Truths and A Lie

by Dee
(London)

Take turns with your partner opposite you

Directions: Everyone comes up with three truths about themselves and one lie. The others have to guess what the lie is.

Example: The three things I could say about myself are, "I have been to Africa. I am allergic to horses. And I am one of 11 children. And I have 3 cats." The people guess which of the three is not true. Then, when everyone has made their choice the person reveals the lie, "The lie is that I am allergic to horses."

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Two truths and one lie

by Christina
(California)

I love this game! Everyone must introduce themselves then come up with two fun things that are true about them and one lie. For example I could say "I have been bungee jumping, I am naturally a blonde and I have eaten octapus before." The other players try to figure out which statement is a lie and in doing so we learn a lot of crazy fun things about people.

Christina has independantly contributed the same game as 'a teacher', Fact or Fiction . Since two experienced group leaders submitted the same game, you have to know it's a winner. Thanks to both Christina and 'a teacher'! -- editor

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