September 25th, 2009 |

Surprise Giveaway: Table Topics

Surprise!  We have a great giveaway today!  You all know Table Topics, the conversation starter/ice breaker game that is perfect for any party.  Well, they have introduced two new sets of questions …..and two of our lucky readers are going to win a set!

Table Topics

Dinner Party

Jump start your next dinner party with these fun, clever questions that will have your guests laughing in no time!  This set also makes a perfect hostess gift (and don’t forget the upcoming holidays!) This set includes 135 thought-provoking, fun ice breaker questions…..here are a couple of examples:

  • Who’s your favorite celebrity right now and why?
  • What makes someone a success?
  • If you could name the street you live on what would you call it?

Not Your Mother’s Dinner Party

There’s the dinner party that your mom would throw, and then there’s YOUR kind of dinner party.  This set offers provocative questions that are guaranteed to spice up your table conversation!  This set includes 135 conversation starters (and is filled with questions your mother told you not to ask!)….here are a few examples:

  • Would you rather be addicted to gambling or food?
  • What habit would you like to break?
  • What alcohol can you never drink again?

You can purchase the dinner party and the not your mother’s dinner party sets on Amazon.com.

The Giveaway!

Now, on to the good stuff!  You can enter the contest by going to our Facebook page, become a fan, and leave us a comment telling us your favorite conversation starter at a party.  The contest is over Monday night at midnight….and we will randomly choose two winners.  Can’t wait to see what you post!

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3 comments to Surprise Giveaway: Table Topics

  • I will leave a comment here, as well as, on FB. I love to talk about the future! Future trips, future events, up-coming holidays, etc….It is always fun to dream and talk about all the things you still have coming up.

  • Tara

    I always talk to people about where they are from. I love trying to figure out if we know the same people and if not hearing about different places that I may have never been.

  • I ask about them or complement them on something…”it is always better to be interested than try to be interesting”!