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This or That Just For Girls


Inventor Susan McKinley Ross's firm Idea Duck designed a version of a classic conversation-starting game informally titled "This or That." Peaceable Kingdom published the game, officially, as "This or That Game Original Version." Great for long auto trips or as a party icebreaker, This or That asks players simple choice questions, such as "pancakes or waffles," and "smelly or slimy?" Players have fun and learn about each other as they play.

  • Inventor: Susan McKinley Ross
  • Manufacturer: Peaceable Kingdom
  • Material: printed paper | cardboard | cardstock
  • Style: question | party
  • Object ID: 112.60
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