After a dare has been made the darer can then raise the stakes by double daring the daree, meaning that if the dare is carried out by the darer then the daree will also perform the task.
Darer: "I dare you to ride that wild stallion"
Daree: "Oh no! Are you crazy?"
Darer: "Alright. I double dare you."
Daree: "If you try to ride the stallion then I'll do it after"
The first counter of a dare
. Can only be countered by a triple-dog-dare
Not to be confused with the television show "Double Dare", as the TV show lacks a hyphen.
A: I dare you to dance with Noreen.
B: Well, I double-dare you to dance with Noreen.
A wonderful children's kid game show that evolved into Super Sloppy and Family versions. Hosted by Marc Summers, the show ran from 1986-1992 on Nickelodeon and FOX (in 1988.) All versions currently air on Nickelodeon Games and Sports.
I watched Double Dare on Nick GaS last week.
Used to describe a messy situation involving a spurting, gushing, spattering, or dumping of fluids which creates a physical challenge to witnesses.
Stripper: Everyone onstage started sympathy puking, it was like double dare
Surgeon: There's an orange flag in this guy's chest...this is just like double dare
A person with such a giant nose, it can only be compared to the obstacle that was featured in the classic game show, Family Double-Dare.
"Shut up, double-dare."