All participants sit on chairs in a circle. One person stands in the middle of the circle. This player says a sentence that begins with “Everbody who …” like “Everybody who has a brother, everybody who brushed their teeth this morning, everybody, who has ever fallen in love … etc. All players who can answer the sentence with “Yes, me!” stand up and change their seats. The player in the middle then tries to find a seat and a new player ends up in the middle of the circle.
The game can be used to get to know the participants. It can also focus on a specific theme (to be discussed later), e.g. leisure time activities, personal preferences, values, etc. In this case the facilitator can say the “Everybody who…” sentences and the participant simply change seats without a person in the middle trying to catch a seat.