I have promoted the use of People Bingo in continuing education classrooms for a long time. It's a game adults don't mind playing, especially once they get started, and it delivers camaraderie and fun, two things that will help your adult students feel more comfortable and learn more easily.
So I took my own advice and played People Bingo at a recent girls' night out sponsored by Marvelous!, the women's magazine I publish. We had so much fun that I thought I'd share the people characteristics we used on our homemade game cards: People Bingo Idea List No. 4
The image is a little too small to see, but it shows you what the card looks like. I made mine using a Word table. Easy.