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Chat Pack: Fun Questions to Spark Conversations Cards – March 1, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
I got to learn a lot about my relatives, even my own siblings, and it got everyone to join in on conversation together. I would totally recommend for your next gathering, small or large, to keep the conversations fun and exciting:)
* "If you could have any object or place to yourself for one day, what would you choose?"
* "You've been given the chance to travel into the future to see how the world will change over the next 50 years. What in particular are you most interested in?
* "If you could enter a race horse in the Kentucky Derby, what would you name him?"
I promise you that once you get the party started, nobody will want to go home!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The cards are very small. Maybe 1 x 3 inch. and the print is small too. I got this for our Home Helper to do with my Dad (83) so it's hard for him to manage the cards. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kim
The questions in this pack are not all normal questions I would ask someone. They seem a little corny. I tried to use them at work and was laughed at, so I put them away. Read morePublished 1 month ago by notAyesperson
These questions indeed generate though-provoking questions. We recently used then at a dinner party and they worked great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TSWheele
Our family reads a few of these each night around the dinner table. A few days ago, we finally made it all the way through the cards. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tim Witort
As a high school counselor, I use these cards fairly often. They are great ice breakers and are appropriate questions for use in a school. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gabrielle R Miller
I keep these on my desk at work. Coworkers like to stop by and pick a card. There are some interesting questions and it definitely gets the conversation started.Published 2 months ago by Dinooooo
An entertaining, clean, fun game that all family members can play. Even the youngsters!Published 2 months ago by Linda L