Whether you’re making conversation at dinner or killing time on a road trip, these questions to ask spark conversations and form connections. Another reason why the 21 questions game is so great is that it gives you a way to ask questions that are…well…awkward to ask directly. Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.
These funny questions to ask add some humor into the mix. You can write down a list of the 21 questions game and cross them off as you go, or simply keep track by crossing off a number after asking each question.
Nothing wrong with a beef and Twizzler burrito from time to time, right? Here are some variations to try: The simplest way to play is to simply take turns asking each other questions.
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When was the last time you Netflix and chilled, and then chilled some more…and some more…and some more…Traditional names or made-up ones are all fair game. Be sure to look up the signs and discuss if they’re accurate. Do you want someone like you, or do opposites attract? Or a little from column A and a little from column B? What type of situation would make you close your wallet?