How I loathe icebreaker games. They used to be forced on us in various corporations which I no longer serve. Here’s an idea: if you’re having a dinner party, and after dinner there’s still ice that needs breaking, maybe a game is not the answer. Maybe the problem is your putative friends.
I’m thinking to getting it to have something to do at family functions. We’ve done 20 questions and charades enough. Yes, we have older people in our family who if we were all normal people and talked about shit there would probably be a bunch of debate, why do you ask?
For friends? God no, let’s have a beer and play some video games/board games and shoot the shit.
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