Stand on the Line
One person indicates that one corner represents one thing and the opposite corner another; i.e. “Over here is Lord of the Rings, over here is Harry Potter”. People then stand relative to what’s true for them. If you liked LOTR but not Harry Potter, you’d move to the first corner. You can also like both and stand in the middle, or move out of the way if neither apply.
- Works well with Come Over Here If.
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