NYC Style Truth or Dare?

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Bravo! Little over two weeks ago in hopes to bring out a bit of summer silliness in her fellow New Yorkers, Chelsea Davison went with a middle school approach and organized a massive game of 'truth or dare' in Washington Square Park. She simply wrote up and left 300 truth or dare cards around the park and waited for the response. ‘Truths’ were instructed to be answered via Twitter while ‘dares’ required a bit more courage. They basically involved performing pretty embarrassing tasks in front of fellow park goers. For instance you had to: quack like a duck or flirt with a total stranger or my favourite: skip instead of walking. The response was totally awesome and Chelsea even got lucky enough to catch a few dares on video. 'Dare' you to check it out:

So, I am curious, would you take part in something like that? Which one would you choose: dare or truth? (I probably would go with dare but blush all the way through). You? Do tell. xo

P.S: And here are a few more NYC gems: the Brooklyn movie nights, fine dining in the subway and the awesome rent-by-hour backyard in Manhattan!

(via Design Crush. Photos by Two Kools, Chrisozer and  Chelsea Davison)

18 comments:

Mal said...

I love this idea! So fun and innovative

Mal @ The Chic Geek

Justine said...

Ha, this is really awesome. I would definitely choose a dare!

HiLLjO said...

That's fun!

Sage Crown Parker said...

LOVE IT!!!!
this is how i remember NYC, you can do whatever and almost nobody will notice.
xo

Christianna said...

EPIC!

Punctuation Mark said...

This is such a cool way to bring people together... I love it!

Anonymous said...

This is the coolest thing ever. I would also go with dare! Cheers, Grace.

Diana Mieczan said...

I agree, Mal! It makes me smile each time I think about it.

Diana Mieczan said...

So true, Sage:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Yay, Grace and Justine!

Eliza Jane said...

Ooooh I just adore this idea! I would chose a truth, for sure, and then tweet it.

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I can't tell you how much I love this! I adore the people who were alone, without the comfort of a friend, and tried the dares. It's neat to think of how curious people are just to walk up and look at a note in the park.
The best are the kids who completely embrace it, without fear of being stared at. Fabulous.
I would totally do it, dare all the way :)

dotblogg said...

cool!! :D
hugs!

Diana Mieczan said...

Jeanette, they kids were totally awesome, weren't they? I love how they just went for it:) Brilliant!

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