This page is even more popular, and with over 17,000 page views! I’ll move them into the main list, editing for clarity, and credit you in the comments. (HINT for creating your own: These questions work best if they are a choice between 2 things or a question about a single favorite thing.) If you want to add your story about how you used these questions, and what happened, that would be great too. You can use one or more questions to start your weekly staff meeting or any gathering so your group can get to know each other over time. 99.9% of her main characters (female and male) act as if having children is THE ONLY WORTHWHILE thing in life. If they have children they must give up everything for those children.And even if they don't want kids, they will change their minds by the end and THE MIRACLE OF CHILDBIRTH and/or holding a newborn infant will immediately change their entire personality I read Danielle Steel novels as if I was an anthropologist studying a foreign tribe.For larger groups or longer time slots, putting 24 of these on a bingo card is a fun mixer. No matter how well team members know each other, they always learn something about each other.
It's like watching gorillas for me - I don't get it, but it's somewhat interesting and as long as I don't sprain my eyeballs while rolling them, no one gets hurt.Then decide which two or three they would be willing to share with the group depending on the number of people in the group.Another way that gives instant feedback, is for the host or hostess to read the questions aloud. See page 2 for an easy card to copy and fold for each guest.You could write some questions on slips of paper and have each person choose one to answer.Or you could select one or two questions from the list and have everyone answer the same question.