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Your secrets aren't safe here.

To say you haven't played the game of "Never Have I Ever" before is almost as questionable as saying you've never put on a pair of socks. The game is almost a right of passage during grade school, and transforms into a blurry drinking game by the time college rolls around.

The main goal of "Never Have I Ever" is to expose your poor life choices to whoever is in the room so they will never look at you the same. Throughout the game there will always be someone who is bored by the decisions they've made, lies to cover-up an offense, and reveals themselves as the sexual deviant of the friend group.

The game's popularity is mostly known from talk shows like Ellen, where celebrities play along with Ellen DeGeneres and fans get to watch them air their dirty laundry. 

Keeping the game afloat with good questions can be challenging, which is one of the reasons the game typically turns sexual after question number three. To avoid awkward silences and keep the game going, we put together a list of the best "Never Have I Ever" questions based off our experiences and twisted minds.

Questions:

1) Never have I ever called in sick to work because I was hungover.

2) Never have I ever had a near death experience.

3) Never have I ever flashed a bartender for a free drink.

4) Never have I ever called someone the wrong name during sex.

5) Never have I ever made out with a stranger.

6) Never have I ever eaten food out of a trash can.

7) Never have I ever considered moving because of the election. 

8) Never have I ever talked to myself out loud in public.

9) Never have I ever farted in public, smelt it, and enjoyed it.

10) Never have I ever lied about my "number" to avoid judgement.

11) Never have I ever given or received a lap dance. 

12) Never have I ever slept with my best friend.

13) Never have I ever sent a dirty text to the wrong person.

14) Never have I ever made out while listening to Nickleback.

15) Never have I ever peed myself in public as an adult.

16) Never have I ever eaten so much I threw up and then swallowed it.

17) Never have I ever been to a swingers party with my spouse.

18) Never have I ever snuck into a private party.

19) Never have I ever re-gifted a gift that was given to me.

20) Never have I ever been in handcuffs, for any reason.

21) Never have I ever been to a church and gotten drunk at a bar on the same day.

22) Never have I ever had sex with someone twice my age.

23) Never have I ever gone skinny dipping with someone in a hotel pool.

24) Never have I ever sniffed my underwear to see if it's clean or dirty.

25) Never have I ever been pregnant. 

26) Never have I ever fooled around with a family member.

27) Never have I ever had an STD scare.

28) Never have I ever dined and dashed.

29) Never have I ever said "I love you" just to have sex with someone.

30) Never have I ever been slapped across the face. 

31) Never have I ever had sex with a friend's parent, or parents.

32) Never have I ever gone to work in a mind-altered state from drugs or alcohol.

33) Never have I ever used a common household item as a sex toy and put it back where it belongs.

34) Never have I ever required medical attention due to a foreign object stuck inside my body.

35) Never have I ever blown a line of cocaine off of someone's body.

36) Never have I ever deleted a post on social media because I had a low percentage of "likes."

37) Never have I ever had to do the walk of shame.

38) Never have I ever woken up in a strange place without remembering how I got there.

39) Never have I ever received or initiated a booty call. 

40) Never have I ever taken nude pictures of a friend.

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