Truth or Dare Rules： One player starts the game by asking another to choose "Truth or Dare?" If the player chooses "truth", then the first player poses a question, usually
an embarrassing one, which the second player must answer truthfully.
? If the player instead
chooses "dare", then the first player sets them a task, often an embarrassing or dangerous one, which player two must perform. After answering the question or performing the dare, that player asks "Truth or Dare?" of another player, and the game continues.
? A player cannot choose truth more than twice in a row, and dares cannot be repeated . Also, a player's dare can be to take back a previous dare. In some games players use a random method such as Spin the Bottle to select a player to question, or cue cards marked "truth" and "dare" to choose which question to ask.
Should a player refuse to answer a question or fail to complete a dare, they may be given an even more challenging dare or question. In one variant of the game, players must always start by asking a "Truth" question - if the other player refuses to answer, only then can they be given a "Dare".
? Other options are commonly included. A variation frequently used by Australian teenagers asks: "Truth, Dare, Double Dare, Kiss, Love, or Torture?", the definitions of the options varying between communities. "Double Dare" often requires the group to pose a dare that will be carried out by both the player asking and the player receiving the question.
"Kiss" asks them to kiss (or hug) someone; the person to be kissed could be part of the command or left up to choice. "Torture" often varies but might include the respondent having to choose between "tickle torture" (getting tickled by the group) and "truth torture" (having to answer a truth from every player).