Copywriter Chelsea Davison creates a massive version of the game with perfect strangers in a city park.

Truth or Dare is normally reserved for playing with a group of intimate friends. It's a delicate game, forcing players to divulge secrets or little known facts about themselves when they pick ‘truth' or — for those wanting to preserve their aura of mystique — a game that forces players to perform ludicrous, embarrassing, or challenging stunts when they pick ‘dare.'

How would this interesting game play out in a public place, with perfect strangers? In an experiment that delved into the psyche of tight-lipped, privacy-craving New Yorkers, copywriter Chelsea Davison decided to create a giant game of Truth or Dare, placing 300 cards with questions and challenges around Washington Square Park.

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