Two Truths, One Lie Drinking Game

Two Truths, One Lie Drinking Game

Two truths, one lie is actually a rule from the ring of fire drinking game and drunk Jenga, but is fun to play on its own as well. Players dictate two truths and one lie about themselves while others guess the lie.

What You'll Need

Lots of Alcohol

Imagination

 

Number of players: 2 or more
Difficulty: easy
Time to play: Any amount of time

Great for:

  • Two people
  • Dates
  • Small groups of friends
  • Small groups of strangers
  • Parties
  • Sexy parties

Two Truths, One Lie Drinking Game Rules

Two truths, one lie begins by gathering the group so everyone can see everyone else. You want to see the face of the liar to better sniff out his farse. Each player takes a turn by stating two truths and one lie about themselves (e.g. I’ve never been skydiving, I’m a virgin, I hate rap music), in no particular order. The other players each guess the lie. Everyone who got it wrong must take a drink. The player to their left (or right) goes next.


If you believe you may have a drinking problem, please see the Mayo Clinic alcohol use disorder resource for more information.

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