Have You Ever...: Questions About You, Your Friends, and Your World

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 18, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 144 pages
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Have you ever met a professional musician? Have you ever flown in something other than an airplane? Have you ever blown a tire while driving? Have you ever gone on a blind date? Have you ever dreamed in color?

Masters of fun and friendly communication, Bret Nicholaus and Paul Lowrie are back with an intriguing book of questions sure to get everyone talking! Have You Ever . . . is a great way to start entertaining conversations with people you've just met or friends you've known your whole life.

A unique book filled with questions that will help you connect with others--new acquaintances, old friends, children and teenagers, all the members of your family, Have You Ever . . . will leave you shaking with laughter, awash in forgotten memories, and marveling at the things you never knew about your friends and family! Have you ever had an opportunity this easy to start fantastic conversations?


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User Review  - vonze - LibraryThing

This book is basically 450 questions (ex: Have you ever been on the radio?, Have you ever gotten a hole-in-one?, Have you ever experienced a recurring dream?) It's fun if you make it into a game with ... Read full review

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User Review  - 63charm98 - Overstock.com

The questions were really interesting. I got a chance to learn a lot of new things about my fellow coworkers. The questions are really general but you probably wouldnt think of them off the top of your head. I would recommend this book to others. Read full review

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Bret Nicholaus and Paul Lowrie are 1991 graduates of Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota. They hold their degrees in public relations/advertising and marketing, respectively. Both authors firmly believe that creative questioning is the key to learning about ourselves and others. They are the authors of The Conversation Piece, The Christmas Conversation Piece, The Mom & Dad Conversation Piece, Think Twice!, and Toe Tappin' Trivia.


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