Post # 1
In general, I love when these cards are on tables at restaurants. One of my friendships is based around going to this one bar in Philly and playing our own version of Trivial Pursuit.
I think they’d be ignored if they were on the tables at the reception, but do you think it would be a good idea anyway? The Master edition is navy, so it would totes match our color scheme, lol…
What think ye?
Post # 3
I think it will be a fun idea for the people who don’t like to dance but don’t want to just sit around. I say go for it!
Post # 4
I think it’s a cool idea. I love trivia! Plus it gives more socially challenged guests something to talk about. I’d probably be the weirdo sneaking around to other tables reading all the cards, haha.
Post # 5
@Regina Phalange: lol I’d be right there with you…
So the way my friend and I play the game is that he takes a card, and reads all the questions out loud, one at a time. If I get one correct, I get to keep the card. If I get three correct, I get to go again. Same for him — I read them out loud, he gets to keep the card for one correct answer, and for three correct answers he gets to go again. When we’re done (last call…or when we’re bored [which like never happens]), we count the cards and whoever has the most “wins”.
The funny part is that the cards often have a theme, so the answer will be, for example, Elvis…like three of the five (maybe it’s six?) questions.
Post # 7
I think it’s a really fun idea! It can be a great icebreaker at tables where everyone may not already know each other. It can also give people something to do if they aren’t into dancing. I’m not a big dancer, so I normally just sit around my table and chat with people I know, but I think trival pursuit questions would be a really fun alternative. Sure everyone may not use them, but I bet some guests will really like them.
Post # 8
I think it sounds great! But then I love Trivial Pursuit, mind if I steal your idea?
Post # 9
@LadyElva: Go ahead!
I’m just going to sneak the little boxes onto the tables with the other stuff. Or rather, have whoever it is that puts the tables together do it…