Do you want to stump every person you play Would You Rather with? Then you’ll need some of the hardest Would You Rather questions you could possibly ask.
One of the most fun games to play when you get together with friends is Would You Rather. Everyone can play, the rules are simple, and you get to learn a lot about what a person finds more important to them. But the hardest Would You Rather questions are extra fun, because you stump your friends and family and make them really think.
What is Would You Rather?
If you’ve never heard of this game, it’s really quite simple. The rules are: someone asks you a question with two different scenarios. You decide which situation you would rather do/have happen.
That’s it! Told you, it was pretty simple. It’s also just a really fun game that lightens the mood and breaks the ice between people who don’t know each other. You can even turn this into a fun drinking game, too.
But the one thing that makes this game fun is having questions nearly impossible to answer. The best Would You Rather questions leave the person thinking for a long time, weighing the different consequences, before being able to respond. [Read: 80 really funny “would you rather” questions to ask your SO]
If you want to be the person everyone else fears when your turn comes up, then jot down a few of these hardest Would You Rather questions you could ask.
#1 Would you rather receive one penny every time you took a step, or $10 every time someone you didn’t know bumped into you?
#2 Would you rather always have to say whatever was on your mind or never be able to speak again?
#3 Would you rather smell like eggs when you burp or have a green cloud appear every time you farted?
#4 Would you rather have hiccups for the rest of your life or constantly feel like you have to sneeze without being able to?
#5 Would you rather have hair that grows really fast and long, or have the same length of hair for the rest of your life?
#6 Would you rather be able to conjure up anything you want at any time but have a scar appear on your face every time you do, or have one non-money related wish granted to you once every five years with no punishment?