Here are the rules, as I envisage them:Everyone gets issued with a piece of paper containing a list of adjectives (see below for a starter kit, drawn partly but not entirely from the original, but the quizmaster can tune it if s/he wants to), from which each player selects the four that they think best describe themselves. Tick those four words.
The entries are put into a hat (or something) and then drawn at random. (If you get your own, you throw it back in.)
Each player then has to identify the person they think has described themselves, on the entry they have drawn, write the name of that person on the back of the slip, and their own name (this is crucial), and put it back in the hat.
The game could go in several directions from here. The simplest is for the quizmaster just to read out the results, using a formula such as “George says that Elegant, Naïve, Challenging and Sweet describes Marcus.” This could then be open to challenge and debate. Alternatively, you could read out the judgements, and of whom they were made, and ask the subject to identify who saw them that way. Or … Heck, make up your own.