“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers,” said Voltaire, the great man of Enlightenment. We see where he’s coming from. Given that we are not people of Enlightment but those
of games, let us take another path: Let’s judge an answer of a man with a question of another. Judging to play, to play a game; a game of... Questions and answers.
A group game for five or more players – the more the merrier. What you need are, for each player, two slips of paper and a pencil.
Players are given their papers and pencils. Each player writes down one question on one of the papers, and an answer on the other. A player’s question and answer do not have to be related at
all. In fact, more creative and extremely irrelevant questions and answers fit better to the ‘purposes’ of the game.
The papers are then collected – keeping the questions and answers in separate bundles. Every player picks one question and one answer. Then the pairs of QnAs are read out one by one.
At the end of the round, players vote for their favourite match of question-answer. The writers of those question and answer get one point each.
A new round starts with new questions and new answers.