21 Questions Game: No Reason Your Hanging Should Always be Same

21 Questions Game

So, it’s Saturday night, the big night that many people have been waiting for all week long, a date night for just as many, but you still haven’t figured it out what to do. The choice we all struggle with is whether to do what we usually do or try out something new. Truth be told, having fun friends is a fun event by itself, but there is nothing like the thrill of trying new things in life. If you still haven’t made your plans for the weekend, I have an idea for you. Stay tuned and I’ll give you all the details on how to play the popular 21 questions game.

The 21 questions game is what you and your friends have been missing in your lives. This ice-breaking game, very popular among teenagers, is a great idea if you want to get to know someone better. It doesn’t make a difference if you know them for a week or years, because there is always little something that our friends are hiding from us. Despite being an awesome game for a group of people, you can play this game with your crush and name it 21 dating questions game. Asking the right romantic, naughty, flirting and couples game questions may easily tell you if you are perfect for each other and if it’s even worth trying.

The questions for 21 questions game can be of all kinds: from questions you’ve wanted to ask for a long time but it never seemed to be the right time to very intimate and personal questions. If you don’t rule out a topic of questions before you start playing, only sky is the limit. The ultimate goal of this game is to get closer to the friends you’re playing with. Since lying is forbidden, getting sincere answers to all of your questions are guaranteed. If you notice a liar in the group, you can either warn him\her or exclude him\her from the game.

To start a game of 21 questions, you need at least 2 players and a maximum of 8 players. But I should warn you that, playing the game with more than 5 players makes the game mundane and slow. The perfect number of players, I think, would be 4. The game is pretty simple. First, you need to randomly choose the first player (Player 1) to be asked 21 questions by all other players. Every player of the group has their turn in asking a question to Player 1 and when the last, 21st question is answered, it’s time for the second target.

The best way to choose the next target is to let Player 1 have their revenge first on the player who posed the hardest and most embarrassing question. The game ends when every player of the group has answered 21 random questions or if you’re high on caffeine, until you unanimously say “Game Over”. Your selection of questions for your friends depends on your expectations. If you want to get closer to them, go for personal and cruelty-free questions. If you want to show your interest to your crush, you know what to do, Romeo.

If you’re up for a getting-to-know kind of night or simply fun-wrapped night, this is the game you should try out. I can’t find one single reason why should your hanging always be the same and 21 reasons to be different.