On one hand, I get that women are sick of traditional online dating and convincing that demographic to use an app is difficult for developers.
It is ideal for 10 to 15 people, but if you have a larger gathering, divide people up into teams so it doesn't take longer than 15 to 20 minutes to get through everyone.
The game has two parts, and the second part has three rounds. The first part involves a contestant who the company chooses based on email entries, telling potential participants about herself.
The second part is where that shared information comes into play.
The lie can be outrageous, wacky, or sound like a truth, making it even harder for the other participants who have to guess which statement is a lie.
Each person goes one at a time, and the group has to guess which statements are true, and which statement is a lie.
To get started, give out the instructions to the group by letting them know that each person will introduce themselves by stating two truths and one lie.