Who I am is a party game that is played a lot at formal get-togethers with friends and at dinner parties. The object of the game is to guess who your partner is trying to be as they rein act their characters most popular movements and what they are famous for.
Who I am is a game that is very similar to charades, the basics of the game is very similar to charades and the rules are pretty much the same. When you are playing who I am the person that is performing is not allowed to say anything, they have to remain quiet and perform their celebrity's activities. Your partner will always know who you were trying to be at the end of the round, if you exceed the time limit then your partner will say that's who I am just to let you know who they were trying to be. But if you get it right within the time limit then just as you say the correct name you partner will yes that's who I am. The rules of who I am are simple to follow and it is a great game to play when you are with friends.
Whenever you are at a formal get-together you will usually play some party games to pass the time and to make the whole environment more friendly for you and the hosts. There are many party games to choose from and they all usually cater for up to 10 people. This means that no one will be left out in the party game, who I am is a party game that can cater for an unlimited amount of people so no matter how big the party is everyone will be able to enjoy the party game of who I am.
Having fun at a dinner party is the reason why you are there; you are there to enjoy the company of your friends and to play some party games with everyone. Party games are played to lighten the mood if you can sense that some people are getting uncomfortable in the room. But most of the time the mood will be very happy and everyone will be talking to each other about their jobs and sports all the usual topics that you expect to be talked about at a party. The size of your party really does make a difference when you are deciding if you should have some party games or not, if you are hosting a party of about 25 people then you won't need to play any party games due to the size of the amount of people there. But if you are going to host a party that will only have 10 people or less then a party game might be a good idea to keep the friendly atmosphere going.
Party games are a great way to bring friends closer together at a dinner party and is a good way to have some fun at the same time. You don't want your party to be dull with no conversation between the guests, instead you will want a lively atmosphere with plenty of conversation between the guests and also making sure that everyone is happy at the party and that they don't feel out of place being there. You must try to make sure that everyone will be happy and comfortable with the people there. Of course you won't allow yourself to not invite some people because one person hates them, instead your party might be the perfect time for them to sort out their differences. If they do then you may be thanked for doing them a big favour, but just make sure that you don't start inviting people that you don't know. Otherwise they will feel out of place in your home.