Hundreds Play In NYC In Real And Virtual Worlds

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NEW YORK, NY. (CNN) - The truth is that a New York woman made a daring social move, and she got hundreds of people to play with her in both the real and virtual worlds. A copywriter named Chelsea Davison dreamed up a giant game of Truth or Dare.

She made up 300 cards and stuck them all over Manhattan's Washington Square Park.
The cards asked park-goers to answer "truth" questions via Twitter or perform "dares" on the spot.

Davison says she did it to encourage playfulness in her fellow New Yorkers.

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