1. Anything there for you to confess to me before I get to know it personally? 2. Have you ever dated with any girl before meeting me? 3. If I tell you that I cannot be pregnant ever then what would you do? 4. If I feel boar stay with you how would you make it interesting?
Dare Questions for your Boyfriend over Text
1. Send me a picture of yours without your shirt! 2. Share your feelings about me in Facebook 3. Propose me like something never before! 4. Do something which will satisfy my anger!
1st grade, I was 6 years old. I was dared to jump off the roof of our school onto the concrete blacktop playground below.
that time the school had a ramp that surrounded the front entryway and
if you were nimble enough you could climb up the sides of one set of
stairs and onto the concrete sides of this ramp and from there up onto
the roof (it was the early 1980's, safety was not primary in the minds
As for my self, I was big on bravado and on impressing older boys. I was short on foresight.
Truth or dare can be a great deal
of fun in a dating environment. The tension between making someone
reveal something that they find personal and private (and possibly
embarrassing and shameful) or having to do something embarrassing or
shameful is delightful (when done in a playful kind spirit).
you you lost your virginity? Or show us your breasts". That's a hard
dilemma weighing up short and long term reputational risks and costs.
other side is that it is a multi round game with multiple parties. So
your questions will elicit a response as loyalties shift and reinforce
around the room.
In many ways you can see it as a multi-iterated version of the prisoners dilemma. The social dynamics can be very interesting.
It is however best played with people who you are very close to, or who you are not likely to see again.
I think that Charles Bollmann
is wrong in that social versions of the truth and dare game can be very
useful for teenagers and young adults to understand and explore social
norms, and how they deviate from them.
Simple dare games are
dangerous and quite possibly stupid - but at the same time much of what
we admire in heroes and explorers is the same kind of action
rationalised and eulogised.