â†µâ‡¥Like a bunch of teenage girls at a slumber party, we began to play Truth or Dare on Jeff Foote’s iPhone. It shouldn’t have come as a surprise that there was an iPhone application for this classic time waster (it’s hard to find something that doesn’t these days), but the high-tech version of the game still came as a revelation. Jeff programmed seven names into his phone and the device randomly selected an individual each turn. That player then clicked on the phone’s Truth or Dare buttons, which prompted a command. Truths were revealing, as always, but the Dares proved to be the most entertaining. â†µâ‡¥â†µI just wonder whether Andy Bernard left out this little detail about playing Truth or Dare when detailing his Cornell career on The Office. â†µ
â†µâ‡¥Geoff Reeves was picked on early and often: he was dared to simultaneously wear an article of clothing from each participating player until his next turn, then one turn later was required to give himself a toothpaste mustache. I was dared to let a blindfolded Ryan Wittman draw a highlighter mustache on my face. He didn’t do a terrible job either. (The color was green, if you were curious.) â†µâ‡¥â†µ
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