13 CON­VER­SA­TION STARTERS

Home & Decor (Singapore) - - Feature -

Get-to­geth­ers are where in­hi­bi­tions melt away and friend­ships are made. While many would agree that al­co­hol is the sim­plest ice­breaker, it should not be your only play­ing card. We share three out-of-the-box games that will keep your fam­ily and friends en­ter­tained.

LIKES & DIS­LIKES: Peo­ple love to talk about them­selves! Get ev­ery­one to write down their likes and dis­likes on pa­per; fold the an­swers and put it in a bowl. The per­son who picks a pa­per up will have to guess who it de­scribes. For ev­ery wrong an­swer, the per­son downs a shot. SAR­DINES: This is a twist on the pop­u­lar hide-and-seek game, and is es­pe­cially fun if your home is spa­cious or full of nooks and cran­nies. First, min­utes to hide. The next in­di­vid­ual per­son, and join him/her in the cho­sen hid­ing spot. Soon, there will be plenty of peo­ple who are try­ing not to laugh while crammed into the same closet, bath­room or space un­der the bed. Those hid­ing should try to re­main

IN­NER CIR­CLE CHARADES: You know the rules of charades. Now re-en­act a sce­nario or story that only the peo­ple in your clique know. Close friends will laugh over funny mem­o­ries, and new­bies will learn more about the rest.

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