Would you rather be a stereotypically beautiful class-A moron or a Nobel Prize winner with a gimp arm?
Your best friend's significant other hits on you -- and not in a cute, in-front-of-your-best-friend sort of way. What to do? Blow them off? Flirt back? Play it cool, then fill your friend in?
Would you rather marry the love of your life and have no friends, or never marry and have friends for life?
Whether you're hanging out with your besties or getting closer to your crush, these five hundred questions are sure to spark convos, truths, laughs, and buried secrets. Start from the front, the back, or flip to any page to find out who you -- and your friends -- really are.
In the spirit of truth or dare, this pocketbook-sized collection features 500 questions, designed to be used like a party game the introduction explains the consequences of "passing" on answering any questions (for example, you might have to "Give someone in the room a compliment"). There are offerings both thought provoking ("Could you be friends or lovers with someone whose views are at complete odds with yours?") and silly ("Hot or not: I.H.O.P.") as well as moral compass questions like "Your friend gets a speeding ticket while giving you a lift. Do you chip in to pay for the ticket?" Sex and other racy topics get plenty of attention as well: "Describe your ideal orgy. Participants? Location? Activities?" Teens will appreciate that the book doesn't shy from edgy material; parents maybe not. Ages 14 up.