I just finished reading Kokology by Tadahiko Nagao and Isamu Saito.
[From Amazon: Created by a famous Japanese psychologist, Kokology (koh-KOL-oh-jee) is the study of kokoro (“mind” or “spirit” in Japanese). Based on sound psychological principles, Kokology asks you to answer questions about seemingly innocent topics — such as the color of an imaginary bird that has flown in your window — and then reveals what your answers say about you. Kokology offers a unique approach to self-discovery and, when played with others, can provide hilarious insight into the you that they never knew.]
It’s a short book of fun little question and answer games you can play alone, with friends or with a significant other. It’s a great way to get to know people better, even finding out stuff about friends you’ve known you’re whole life. After having read this book, I now know why I cry myself to sleep every night. Enjoy!