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I have to give all the credit to Cori for this one. I saw this post on her blog last week and had so much fun that I wanted to play too!

Here are the rules:

Two Truths and a Lie is a classic get-to-know-you icebreaker. Players tell two truths and one lie. The object of the game is to to determine which statement is the false one. Interesting variations of this game are provided below.
This game is a get-to-know-you icebreaker. Recommended group size is: small, medium, or large. Works best with 6-10 people. Any indoor setting will work. No special materials are needed, although pencil and paper is optional.For all ages.

Ask all players to arrange themselves in a circle. Instruct each player to think of three statements about themselves. Two must be true statements, and one must be false. For each person, he or she shares the three statements (in any order) to the group. The goal of the icebreaker game is to determine which statement is false. The group votes on which one they feel is a lie, and at the end of each round, the person reveals which one was the lie.

Here is what I’m proposing. I will give you my two truths and a lie.
You guess which one is my lie. THEN You give me your two truths and a lie
and I will do my best to comment back to each of your 2T1L in my comments
with my BEST guess for which one is YOUR lie.

{Source – http://olivetorun.com/2013/05/30/i-spy-a-liar/}

Maggie’s Two Truths & A Lie

1. I was once asked on a job interview how I would fix a leaking pipe.
2. I have an irrational fear of fire trucks.
3. I seriously considered rushing a sorority while I was in college.


What do you think? What are you 2T1L??