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Big Talk Conversation Starter Game



This conversation starter game helps you skip the small talk & make more meaningful connections. Inspired by Kalina Silverman’s Ted Talk “How to skip the small talk and connect with anyone,” the Big Talk question card game is the ideal conversation starter game for couples, work colleagues, classmates, college students, teachers, counselors, friends, relatives, or new acquaintances of any age or demographic. Big talk makes the perfect gift.

Useful conversation cards for dinners, parties, retreats, workshops, road trips, therapy and counseling, community gatherings, and team meetings.

Must-have conversation cards gift for couples, friends, families: if you are looking for thought-provoking couples games, fun family games, cute date night games, gifts for new couples, or anniversary gifts for married couples.

The 300gsm smooth card stock and the smaller card size make big talk ideal for playing on the go. 90 cards (88 individual questions) printed on standard 300gsm (smooth) card stock. Come shrink wrapped in a custom tuck box


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