Random jaw dropping dares, they are funny and engaging if somewhat embarrassing dares. The dares outlined here can be used alone to play the game or can be used as a launching point to create your own challenges. These dares are designed to address groups of teens through adults. There is no blatantly adult content but it is not suitable for younger players.
Place some food on a plate on the floor do push-up over the plate and eat a bite every time you go down.
For the next person, who is not a player, that walks into the room give them a hug and refuse to let go.
Post a picture of your self on Hot or Not
Become the slave of another player of your choosing for 10 minutes.
Put on a blindfold and have three other players blow in your ear. See if you can guess who each is.
Turn one article of your clothing inside out.
Brush your teeth and drink a glass or orange juice. If a tooth brush is not available get creative and use a carrot or some other item.
Talk for 90 seconds without stopping or using the word "um"
Tuck in your shirt and drop an ice cube down your front. You must then perform a break dance until the ice cube shakes out or melts.
Call one person at random who you know and knows you ask them "When a cow laughs, does milk come out it's nose?"
Abandon your inner monolog and say everything that comes into your mind for the next ten minutes.
Sit astride another players back or lap and peddle as if riding a bicycle. Pantomime an entire Tour de France style bicycle race complete with hill assents, passing other players and a triumphant finish. The performance should last at least two minutes.
Act out a TV commercial of your choosing. Enlist the help of other players as needed but you cannot tell which
Ask a complete stranger for a hug?
Get down on your knees and pray for the group.
Put your fingers in your ear then pull it out and lick them both.
Speak Like Elmer Fudd for the next three rounds.
Speak in Shakespearean English for the next 5 rounds.
Shake a strangers hand and refuse to let go.
Use a seductive voice to tell another player about one of your turn offs
When man learns to understand and control his own behavior as well as he is learning to understand and control the behavior of crop plants and domestic animals, he may be justified in believing that he has become civilized. - Ayn Rand