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    Giant Truth or Dare game turns New York into a middle-school party

    A lot of people (celebrities, misanthropes, the funny-looking) cherish New Yorkers' studious lack of eye contact. But designer and copywriter Chelsea Davison wanted to make the city a friendlier pl...
    • James Joseph Howard

      NYC citywide public game of Truth or Dare, great idea.

    • Grist

      Giant Truth or Dare game turns New York into a middle-school party

    • Nadine Botha

      A giant game of Truth or Dare with 300 cards with questions and challenges around Washington Square Park.

    • Stephanie Pawlush

      Giant Game of Truth or Dare in a New York City Park

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