# [bksvol-discuss] Re: chat

• From: "Chela Robles" <cdrobles693@xxxxxxxxx>
• To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
• Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 14:21:16 -0800

```If you guys want to play this game I have the instructions and we can do it
without the pencil and paper and come up with an alternative way of keeping
record.
Here are the instructions:
How to Play Two Truths and a Lie Game

A good icebreaker game can be a quick way for a group of people to get to know
each other. The game Two Truths and a Lie is a popular, fun icebreaker game in
which everyone can feel comfortable participating. Not only do you learn a
little bit about everyone, Two Truths and a Lie also guarantees a few laughs.

Difficulty: Easy
Instructions

Step 1
Provide each person with a slip of paper and pen or pencil. Instruct everyone
to write down three statements about themselves. Two of the statements should
be true and one of them should be a lie. Allow everyone about 5 minutes to come
up with three good statements.

a.. Step 2
Select a person to go first. That person should read aloud her three
statements. Then, conduct voting by having the person read her statements
again, asking for a show of hands among the group as to which statement they
think is a lie.

a.. Step 3
Ask the person to reveal the correct answer. The people who guessed correctly
should mark a tally on their sheets for a correct guess.

a.. Step 4
Continue around the room, having each person read his statement and then
conducting a vote. Participants should continue marking down each time they
make a correct guess.

a.. Step 5
statements. The person with the most correct guesses at the end has won the
game.

Again, we can come up with a clever method for substituting paper and pencil.--
Chela Robles
E-Mail: cdrobles693@xxxxxxxxx
----- Original Message -----
From: Jamie Yates, CPhT
To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, January 24, 2010 1:05 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: chat

I'm wiped out now! I just spent 3 hours out in the cold while the guy fixed
my car. I might have a nap and then I could stay up tonight. I need to stay up
so I can sleep later tomorrow so I can work tomorrow night.

I'm freezing and I can't get warm.

What's the topic of discussion for tonight if there is a chat? Any particular
book or genre of books? The weather? A craft or hobby?

--
Jamie in Michigan