These question are funny and engaging if somewhat embarrassing. The questions outlined here can be used alone to play the game or can be used as a launching point to create your own questions. These questions are designed to address groups of teens through adults. There is no blatantly adult content but it is not suitable for younger readers.
Truth of Dare Question for Fun and Profit (100 plus Truth Or Dare Questions)
If you could trade lives with another person you know for one week who would it be?
What are you most likely to become famous for?
What was the most awkward place you were when you realized you had to pee?
Have you ever fooled around with anyone in the room? Who was it?
Have you ever been in love with two people at the same time?
If you had to, who in the group would you vote off of the island?
What is the worst punishment your parents used?
Who in the room do you think will be the most successful 20 years from now?
How do you think you are going to die?
What did you do to get in the most trouble with your parents?
What is a bad habit you have that would you like to break?
When did you almost die?
What do you thing the afterlife is like?
Who what your mothers favorite child?
What unresolved issues do you have with your parents?
When was the last time you went to the bathroom somewhere other than the toilet?
What embarrassing job does your mom/dad still do for you?
When have you taken someone's photograph without them knowing
What is the lamest song you know every work to? Sing it.
When are you happy when you see someone else fail?
On a scale of 1-10 how physically attractive are you?
If you could trade lives with any other player who would you chose. What hazards in your life would you have to warn them about?
What is the most romantic/loving moment of your life?
If you could trade lives with another player for one day who would it be? Why?
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Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself. They came through you but not from you and though they are with you yet they belong not to you. - Kahlil Gibran