Archives by: Tim Labrado

What Are You Doing?

This game is especially good for small groups, but preferably only two people are required. One person asks another, “What are you doing?” The person replies back, “I’m (an action)” (e.g. I’m raking leaves.). The person who asked the question must now pretend to rake leaves. Next, the other person asks the one who is doing the action, “What are you doing?” The person must now tell the other an action other than what he/she is doing at the moment. Then, that person performs the described action. The game continues until one person says the action they are doing, that has already been done, or is stalling to long. (It’s really funny to see the weird things they say to each other [like picking their nose]).

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