- No materials are required, just you, your friends, and some questions.
- No scores.
Ask your friends hypothetical questions to dig into their psyche.
Players take turns asking other players hypothetical questions that must be answered. The person who was asked a question and answered gets to ask someone else another hypothetical question.
These questions are typically silly, and a bit absurd like:
- Would you rather meow every time someone touches you OR Bark every time you touch someone else?
- Would you rather have all the toilet paper you use for the rest of your life replaced with cheap fast-food bathroom toilet paper OR Have your ears moved to the side of your neck for the rest of your life?
- Would you rather always smell a little bit of vinegar in the air OR Always have a tiny paper cut between two of your fingers?
The fun is in coming up with weirder and more difficult questions to ask your friends and learning a little bit about them with their answers.
There is no specific end to the game, and there is no scoring or winner. The game ends when you are out of questions.
Would You Rather Strategy
Really dig deep into your brain meat and get creative to come up with some fun and off-the-wall questions.
Sarah, Kelce, and Michael want to play Would You Rather so Sarah opens with a question to Michael:
Sarah: “Michael, would you rather have your mouth randomly fill up with pasta sauce 4 times a day OR Always have to wear a pair of slightly damp socks”?
Micheal: “Oh I would definitely go with the pasta sauce, I cannot stand wet socks. Kelce, would you rather eat a cricket OR cow tongue”?
Would You Rather Variations and Alternate Rules
Third party Would You Rather
Ask the questions about somebody else to whoever you are playing with. “Would you rather Stacy had the power of flight OR six million dollars”?
Triple question Would You Rather
Ask three questions that are all equally viable instead of two.
Are any questions off-limits?
This is completely dependent on who you are playing with, how well you know them, and what their limits are.
Can someone refuse to answer?
The goal of the game is to get everyone to answer the weird and absurd questions, but if someone is uncomfortable answering or simply doesn’t want to, they do not have to.