We Ask ChatGPT: Give Me Some Examples Of Really Bad Icebreakers

What does the future of AI-based technology hold? We’re doing a little experiment, specifically with the AI chat-bot, ChatGPT. This post is part of a series where we ask ChatGPT interesting, unusual, or just plain fun questions related to residence life and college student housing. All answers were generated by the AI. At the end of the series, we’ll share what we’ve learned and how you might use it as a tool in your work.

We Asked Chat GPT:

Give me some examples of really bad icebreakers.

Chat GPT Replied with the following:

Certainly! Here are 30 examples of icebreakers that may not be well-received or could potentially create an awkward or uncomfortable atmosphere:

  1. “What’s your salary?”
  2. “Who do you think is the most annoying person in this room?”
  3. “Tell us about your most recent breakup.”
  4. “Share your most embarrassing medical condition.”
  5. “What’s your biggest insecurity?”
  6. “Describe your most regrettable tattoo.”
  7. “If you were stranded on a deserted island, which person in this room would you eat first?”
  8. “Let’s play ‘Two Truths and a Lie’… but the lie has to be really personal.”
  9. “What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done for money?”
  10. “Share your deepest, darkest secret.”
  11. “Describe your worst experience with food poisoning.”
  12. “Tell us about your most cringe-worthy romantic rejection.”
  13. “What’s the most humiliating thing you’ve ever said in public?”
  14. “Who in this room do you find least attractive?”
  15. “Share your most embarrassing bathroom story.”
  16. “If you had to choose, which family member would you disown?”
  17. “Tell us about your most humiliating fashion faux pas.”
  18. “What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done while intoxicated?”
  19. “Describe your most awkward encounter with a celebrity.”
  20. “If you could change one physical feature about yourself, what would it be?”
  21. “Share your most embarrassing childhood nickname.”
  22. “Tell us about your most disastrous vacation experience.”
  23. “What’s your most embarrassing moment caught on camera? Show us.”
  24. “Describe the most awkward family gathering you’ve ever attended.”
  25. “If you had to pick one person in this room to date, who would it be and why?”
  26. “Tell us about your most cringe-worthy public speaking experience.”
  27. “What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever accidentally sent in a text message?”
  28. “Share your most humiliating wardrobe malfunction.”
  29. “Describe the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done in front of a large crowd.”
  30. “If you could erase one person’s memory of you, who would it be and why?”

Remember, it’s essential to choose icebreakers that are inclusive, light-hearted, and enjoyable for everyone involved. These examples highlight inappropriate or overly personal topics that may make participants feel uncomfortable or put them in a vulnerable position.


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