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January 10, 2019 / Posted by:

Fib Finder!

Fib Finder was a game that came out in 2003 and was marketed to tween girls. In the early-aughts, I was way past tween age, but since I’m pretty much a bitchy 12-year-old girl named Becca, I played it. Long before the lie detector game show The Moment of Truth came out, there was Fib Finder, which was a board game that used a highly technological apparatus to tell you which one of your friends is a dirty, disgusting, untrustworthy lie-telling liar.

The way the game worked is that when it was your turn, another player asked you a question from a card. The questions ranged from “Have you ever murdered a hitchhiker?” to “Did you have something to do with the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa?” No, the questions were shit like, “Do you still sleep with a stuffed animal?” and “Do you have a crush on someone?” After you answered the question, the other players could either accept the answer and let you move up the board, or they could get shady by challenging you and accusing you of lying. If they did that, you and the player who challenged you would both put your finger on the Fib Finder. They’d ask the question again into a mic, and you’d answer. If the Fib Finder discovered that you’re a no-good lying piece of trash, the police would bust through the door and you’d get arrested (aka you’d have to move your game piece two spaces back, and the challenger would move two spaces forward). If Fib Finder found that you were telling the truth, your challenger would move two spaces back and you’d move two forward. And you’d move one as normal if Fib Finder wasn’t sure.

Here’s the commercial, and the girl in hot pink totally works for the FBI now:

John Augustus Larson invented in the polygraph in 1921. He died in 1965, decades before Fib Finder came out. It’s sad that John Augustus Larson never got to see the plans for an advanced version of his invention come to life. I hope that he watched the Fib Finder commercial from heaven and felt a new kind of proud.

Pic: Amazon

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