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@GOOD Asks: What Is The Last Dare You Accepted? The Community Responds

Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we asked our friends: What was the last dare you accepted?

This question came from Al Katkowsky, author of the book and iPhone app Question of the Day.


We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithful once a day, so if you’re not yet following @GOOD or a fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.

Here's a sampling of responses from our Twitter followers:




And here is what our Facebook buddies had to say:





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