Icebreakers for Staff Meetings?

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A good icebreaker for staff members should be able to lift their moods and make them laugh. It should not be insulting or immoral. It should give morale to the staff to start the meeting or any kind of gathering. An example of an icebraker is 'Excuse me, but I was wondering if you have ever heard of gazing into a person's spirit?'
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