Truth or Dare Ideas for Boys

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Truth or Dare Ideas for Boys
Boys will bond with friends while playing truth or dare games. (Jupiterimages/Creatas/Getty Images)

Truth or dare is a game where players choose to answer questions honestly or engage in risky behaviour. Boys who are fearless enjoy taking risks by completing dares, while boys who are more conservative often feel more comfortable answering truth questions. Choose either truth or dare based on your ability to take risks or share personal information.

Reveal Your Secret Crush

Ask your friends truth questions relating to their relationships and crushes. "Who do you like?" will be asked to find out the girl that the boy likes. If it is already known that the boy likes a specific girl, ask if he has had his first kiss with her. Getting teased is never fun, so if you know about other kids' crushes, don't give them a hard time. Instead of teasing, encourage a shy friend to talk to his crush.

Call Your Crush

Dare a friend to call the girl he has a crush on. Tell your friend to call the girl in front of all players to ensure successful completion of the dare. Have your friend ask the girl if she would like to spend time with him playing video games or playing at a local park. KidsHealth states that some kids might chase their crushes around the playground, call them on the phone or tease them to get attention. This dare behaviour seems common, but for boys who are shy, this may be the motivation they need to pursue their crush.

Share an Embarassing Experience

Ask a friend to tell all players of the truth or dare game a time when he has felt embarrassed. Embarrassing times are not easy to talk about, but sharing this information as a group may help others relate. It is OK to laugh about the experience if your friend is also laughing, but do not ridicule him because of it. Sharing something embarrassing will encourage a bond if the information is kept a secret between players.

Dress Up In Costume

Dare a friend to dress up in clothing and accessories to look like something he is not. Character roles to dress as include: animals, super heroes and famous people. Provide clothing and accessory options to your friend who will complete this dare. Make this dare more challenging by having him act out the character he is dressed as in front of others. This dare will encourage him to express creativity and communication skills.

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