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4. Party questions— break the ice with class


  • Would you rather travel for five years in an RV or travel for five years in a sailboat?
  • When and where do you get your best ideas?
  • Would you rather increase your reading or your exercise?
  • Are you more firm than gentle, or more gentle than firm?
  • What makes you really nerd out?


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