Never have I ever questions appropriate for an event guaranteed to generate some laughs. These questions can be used with family and friends without fear of things getting dirty. Prepare to laugh and let’s get started.
As mentioned above these questions do not contain anything dirty or sexual. Making them appropriate for even the most PG events such as family gatherings or even work meetings or outings.
Types of games
All of these variations are quite easy to play and are guaranteed to make the entire group laugh. They are quite simple to play as well.
This is the barebones version of the game and requires the least amount of prep.
Assemble your group together and ask the first question, “Never Have I Ever…”. If anyone in the group has done it they have to admit it to the group (for some questions this is sometimes followed by a story).
The person next to you then asks their “Never Have I Ever” question and the group answers. Then the person next to them asks etc.
There is no real winner since points are not tracked. While this version the game is still fun to play, we can still spice it up a bit with the versions below.
This starts from the same premise as the above game you ask a question and sees who has done it. But instead of just moving onto another question, those who have done it have to eat something! This is normally one of a few gross foods which were predetermined before the game begun. Such as raw onion, celery (gross to some people), okra etc. Or you can get really gross and use Durians or Fish Eyeballs etc.
Don’t eat anything poisonous or expired! We want to end the night with everyone alive.
The foods are rotated similar to how the asker of the question is chosen. Therefore the foods are consumed in the same order each time.
This version requires everyone to have two cards. One labeled “I Have” and the other “Never”. When the question is asked you have to raise the appropriate card.
This approach is common in online videos see the example below.
A slightly different variation requires you to make more cards with the same marking (“I Have” and “Never”) and everyone receives 10 of each. So 20 cards in total. If you have done the question you have to put down the “I Have” card down on the table. If you haven’t then you have to remove a card from the table. If you don’t have any cards down and you haven’t done the question asked. You have to put down a “Never” card. The first person to put down 10 “I Have” cards or 10 “Never” cards wins!
This adds an interesting funny twist to the “never have I ever” game not only is there a winner but you can win from losing. Rather, what would be considered losing in the other versions of the game.
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