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BC Confesses: Never Have I Ever…

Never Have I Ever, Ten Fingers, or whatever you call it… this game is a favorite for all ages, getting more and more difficult as we get older and experience new things.  It’s such a versatile game that it’s used in all sorts of settings, from situations that call for icebreakers to those that use it as a drinking game.  It even has its own Tumblr page!!  So no matter what the occasion happens to be, there’s always a reason to play this infamous game.
 
Believe it or not, Never Have I Ever is a game that helps people take an honest look at themselves and the things they have and have not done in their lives in a lighthearted fashion.  Whether you struggle to find things that you haven’t done (Sally-Not-So-Innocent) or don’t want to admit that you haven’t done something (Goodie-Two-Shoes), this game reveals a lot.  It’s a great way to really open up about yourself and build great friendships as you bond over similar (or not so similar) experiences.
 
I hate to admit this, but I’m usually that person who’s tempted to lie about what I have and haven’t done to seem cool.  For example, when I played this game on a trip in 8th grade, someone else said, “Never have I ever been kissed” and I wanted so badly to put down my finger.  But alas, I couldn’t bring myself to lie.  Obviously, being the Goodie-Two-Shoes that I was, I was the person with the most fingers still up at the end. 
 
But now that we’re in college, things are a little bit more interesting.  I asked some people for things that they’ve never ever done (and would admit to in the game) and added some of my own… So let’s play!!
 
Never Have I Ever…
 
Had a cup of coffee.
Changed a diaper.

Participated in a threesome.
Participated in an orgy.
Been asked on an official date.
Been in handcuffs.
Nature peed.
Thrown up on a stranger.
Kissed more than two people in one night.
Gotten my driver’s license.
Gone skydiving.

Cross-dressed.
Gone streaking.
Broken a bone.
Hooked up with someone I knew for less than 24 hours.
Lied to a guy to try to hook up with him.
Faked sick to get out of work.
Texted the person I was talking about by accident because they were on my mind.
Shamefully walked through the Mods on a Saturday morning.

Went out without underwear on.
Came back one night missing a piece of clothing that I went out with.
Sang in public.
Dated a friend’s ex.
Had a crush on a friend’s boyfriend.
Lied to a professor.
Re-gifted to the friend that gave me the gift initially.
Cheated on a diet and completely lied about it.
Hooked up with a guy and either not told my friends or completely denied the incident.
Pretended to know how to play a drinking game to appear cool.
Worn a piece of clothing that was in the hamper because I didn’t have anything else to wear.
Wanted to change my major but am too scared of the transition.
Wished I went to a different school.
 
So what have you never done?  We’d love some feedback, so tweet, Facebook, email or comment on this post!

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Caitlin is currently a student at Boston College studying English and Pre-Law.  At BC, she is a member of the Boston College Irish Dance Club, on the Honors Program Student Executive Board's Community Service Committee, and interns and writes for the fashion and culture blog Rusted Revolution.  She has been wriring for Her Campus BC since Jaunary 2011 and is serving as BC's Campus Correspondent for the 2012-2013 school year.  Outside of school, she is a competitive Irish dancer, and has been dancing for 18 years. During her high school career, she completed an engineering project at Case Western Reserve University that made her one of 40 Intel Science Talent Search Finalists in 2009.   In addition to all of this, Caitlin loves reading, yoga, running, shopping, spending time with friends and family, and traveling.
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