75 Questions to Ask a Girl to Get to Know Her a Little Better

We understand that talking to people can not only be discouraging but nerve-wracking as well. We’re here to help you avoid the difficulty and rejection you might encounter for using the wrong approach. You may be wondering how to best express your feelings and what the best questions to ask a person are. After all, your goal is to start a meaningful conversation, right? The following questions to ask a girl are just the beginning. Of course, you should adapt them to the person in front of you (or on the other side of the chat window).

Getting to know people is hard, especially in our present times. Since you are still navigating murky waters, it is not like you could invite her to play a game of “Never Have I Ever” during your first conversations, although such questions are more than welcome after the ice broke and the two of you started engaging in sharing more personal stuff.

That is exactly why we compiled this list of the best questions to ask a person you barely know thus far. Now you can stop overthinking and start properly connecting with that person you’ve been meaning to strike up a conversation with for weeks. You can start a conversation by asking funny questions, personal questions, or even random questions.

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Connecting with a person that you want can be fun and exciting. Shooting questions about life and love can spark interest from the person you’re talking to. By taking the time to get to know the person you give them a sign that you are interested in their likes and dislikes. Who knows? One great question could be the start of a well-founded and fun relationship.

People with a good sense of humor are very attractive. People like it when you are fun to talk to. Why not make her talk and laugh more by asking the funniest questions? A fun question can also make a person answer and engage in a conversation with you. Don’t waste time, and make that person fall for you! On the other hand, avoid those questions to ask a girl that might be way too intimate or tap into sensitive subjects. At least in the beginning.

We have provided you with six categories of questions to give you a better idea of what to do and what not to do: flirty questions, get to know her questions, funny questions, weird questions, awkward questions, and random questions. Read on and turn your crush into a full-blown relationship. These are really interesting questions to ask a girl you want to know better.

20 Flirty Questions to Ask a Girl

These questions are recommended only for women that you already know pretty well – commenting on someone’s physical appearance right off the bat is off-putting and awkward and will make most women extremely uncomfortable. You don’t want to be one of “those guys” do you? However, if you are a master of words, you can adapt these questions to ask a girl you just met recently to show her you are genuinely interested without coming off as a creep.

You look absolutely radiant. How do you make your skin glow like that all of the time?

People give you tons of compliments everywhere you go, don’t they?

What do you think you would do if I said that I have been wanting to ask you out for forever?

Are you aware of how much your adorable smile can brighten up a room?

If we could get out of here right now and run away together, where would you want to go?

Why can’t we hang out together like this all of the time?

Do you realize how much I look forward to seeing you when I finally get the chance?

I never see you with makeup on-do you seriously wake up this cute every day?

So where am I taking you on our first date?

What is your favorite food and can I cook it for you sometime?

Will you send me a picture of you so that I can see you more often?

Those glasses look stunning on you, where did you get them?

What do you do to your hair every morning to make it look so shiny and perfect?

How are you not famous and living in Hollywood yet?

Why would you want to go on a date with that guy when you could go on a better date with me?

How do you make sweatpants look so good?

Do you have a partner?

How do you get your hair to smell so good all of the time?

Do you want to go grab a coffee so that we can get to know each other better?

Do you want to meet later for a drink out in the city?

25 “Get to Know Her” Questions

Most of the questions below tap into sensitive subjects, such as religion, politics, sex, life, love, and many more. Before you blatantly ask them to any girl you fancy, make sure you have a good context for them. It is not like anyone would be OK with having a pizza and a drink and being asked about their spiritual beliefs or to make predictions about their future love life… or what they might want for their birthday (although you can find good gift ideas at latoure.co.il for women), actually this question may actually be one they want to talk about.

Think twice before you ask any of these questions any woman you show an interest in and always make sure you adapt them to the situation you are in. Get some inspiration from this set of fun icebreaker questions that help people feel more comfortable in each other presence without pressure or prejudice looming above their heads.

Out of the blue deep and intimate questions in a casual context may reduce her interest in you. Moreover, keep in mind that if you ask serious questions, you should always answer them yourself.

What keeps you up at night?

What are the qualities that you are looking for in a person?

When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?

What do you think are your greatest weaknesses and why?

What do you think are your greatest strengths and why?

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement in life so far?

Do you pay attention to politics or do you tend to stay away from that?

Is there any particular religion that you feel closer to as values and principles go?

If you were stuck on an island and you could only choose one person to be stuck with, who would you choose and why?

In your opinion, who are the five most influential figures in history?

What was/is your favorite subject in school?

Do you believe that the saying “nice guys finish last” has any truth to it?

Have you ever been in love and do you think you could be in the future?

What is your favorite type of music?

What is your favorite color?

What is your dream car?

Do you care more about making money or pursuing happiness?

Do you think that you would be happiest living in a city or on a farm?

Do you believe that we will have a female president in our lifetime?

What is the most interesting place you have traveled to and would you like to go there again?

How does it feel for you when you feel you are in love?

Have you ever experienced an unrequited love?

Did you support a cause or protest anything?

What is your most unusual or biggest fear? If it would be a Harry Potter boggart, how would it look like?

9 Weird and Awkward Questions to Ask a Girl

This series of questions to ask a girl works best when you two have been out once or twice already, had a few conversations before, and now you are just having fun discovering each other. This is not an interrogation, so be prepared to provide answers to the same questions if she prompts you to. In this category, you can add a few “Never Have I Ever” quirky questions, together with some questions inspired by The Newlywed Game. Select them well, however.

Have you ever tried to count the stars in the night sky and had to start over again?

Do you ever look at the moon at night and wonder if I’m looking at the same moon wondering the same thing about you?

How often is someone supposed to cut their toenails?

Do you know how a person is technically supposed to clean the under part of their fingernails?

Do you ever wonder how many people just died while you were wondering how many people just died at that moment?

Do you ever wonder if cats have been planning to kill us and take over the world this whole time?

Would you get mad if we were on a spaceship voyage to a different planet and I woke you up thirty years before we were due to arrive simply because I wanted to hang out or would you be excited about it?

Do you feel that it is awkward that I am asking you so many questions the first time we have even spoken?

If I were in the role of “damsel in distress”, being terrorized by a gigantic dragon, would you ride in on your white horse and save me?

12 Funny Questions to Ask a Girl

Being great at conversation AND having a sense of humor will take you places. The next series of questions to ask a girl are also on the quirky side. Some of them might be a bit too personal – or trigger a shy/shocked reaction – so be careful about her mood, the context, and the depth of your relationship so far.

For lighthearted questions that can spark some laughter and help you both relax and feel even more comfortable with each other, get some inspiration from our list of best Truth or Dare game questions. Forget the dare part of that game, just focus on the truth side, and make sure you do not cross any lines! It is one thing to ask a woman what was the weirdest thing she bought and quite the other to ask her how would she name your pet one-eyed snake.

How many chucks could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck begged you to go on a date with me?

On a scale from 1 to Chris Hemsworth, how attractive do you think I am?

Is that just your typical beautiful smile on your face or are you just happy to see me?

I swear that you have that Benjamin Button disease where you start out old and only get younger as you age. Otherwise how could it be possible that every time I see you look better than the time before?

If Natalie Portman passed away, how prepared would you be when the world called upon you to take her place because only your beauty compares to hers?

If we got into a fight and I moved away overnight how long do you think it would take you to follow me in order to pursue a romantic comedy moment?

What is the most hilarious moment on either television or a film that you have ever seen and why did that moment make you laugh so hard?

Do you ever wonder how great life would be if you just dropped everything and traveled with a roaming renaissance fair or is that just me?

If you could have anything you wanted in the whole wide world, what would it be?

Can you tell that all of the questions I am asking you came directly from an online blog or am I successfully communicating with a person right now?

You find a bottle and discover that there is a genie inside. What do you wish for?

Would you be more or less likely to talk to me more if I got a man bun and a bicep tattoo of a bicycle with flowers around it?

9 Random Questions to Ask a Girl

We only post here 9 random questions you ask a girl as examples. In reality, if you got this far into knowing her, you are probably making it on your own. However, don’t forget to avoid being too intrusive or inconsiderate. Sexy questions are fun only when both people engaged in the conversation are open to flirting and innuendo. If she wants to talk politics, don’t randomly ask her about her favorite vegetable. It makes you sound like you don’t listen to her or completely uninterested in what she has to say. However, in between some well-chosen Truth or Dare questions, ice-breaking questions, and Never Have I Ever questions, we are sure you can find something. The sky is the limit, especially after you created a genuine bond with that woman and you are both willing to let the guard down and have some fun.

Is there a word that you usually misspell? If yes, what is it?

Where would you most likely enjoy your vacation, in big cities? Or in rural areas?

What is the ugliest looking vegetable?

What is the worst movie you’ve ever seen in your life?

What is your favorite animal?

What is your dream job?

Between the quiet ones or the loud ones, what kind of people do you usually hang out with?

What is the shortest answer you ever gave someone?

What kind of people do you like?

Other Advice to Take Into Consideration

The questions mentioned above can help you approach a girl and get to know her better, but it’s also important how you plan on doing the entire thing. You can’t just go to a random girl and pop out a question out of nowhere. You need to at least try and form a connection beforehand so that it won’t be weird or awkward. Before you worry about what you are going to say or do to approach girls, you first need to understand when you should approach them. Oftentimes, timing can mean the difference between being ignored and winning a date.

As a simple guide, you can start approaching a girl if she looks happy or has given you several glances and smiles throughout the encounter. Otherwise, if she is occupied with something else or if she seems distressed or angry, just leave her alone. Doing otherwise will only make a bad first impression and you might lose any chance you had so far. Look at her body language and interpret it properly. Don’t’ jump in front of her without having a plan beforehand.

And most importantly, before starting to ask questions or even introducing yourself, you have to get one more thing right. Eye contact. This tiny little detail can make or break any interaction you have with a complete stranger, or even with close friends at times. Making eye contact with someone encourages the production of oxytocin, “the cuddle hormone” as it is more commonly known. While simple eye contact won’t be enough to create attraction, it facilitates trust and comfort so you’ll be able to approach a person with more confidence. Similarly, the person you’ll be approaching will also feel more comfortable once you establish eye contact with them before approaching. It’s a small trick that has helped out a lot of people throughout history.

Final Thoughts on Questions to Ask a Girl

As long as you do not turn this whole “get to know a woman better” business into a third-degree interrogatory, everything should be fine. Always mind the personality of the other person involved in the conversation and the actual context of your little fun talks. Sharing some of your most intimate thoughts, darkest fears, and weird fantasies right off the bat is not a good idea for obvious reasons. It is even a worse idea if your TMI style of sharing has the purpose of encouraging her sharing. Forcing people to put their hearts on the table in the first few rounds of conversation does not end well, usually. Any question from our list of good questions to ask a girl would be a great conversation starter. Once your crush turns into a relationship, make sure you also find a cute nickname to call that special someone.

As a word of advice before we part ways, if you have some deal breakers with anyone, get them out of the way in a gentle, witty, and smart manner. Be sure she has her own deal breaking list of items, so trade carefully.

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20 Christian Icebreakers for Small and Big Groups of All Ages

Pastors, Christian youth groups, and women’s and men’s fellowship leaders at one time or another need quick ideas or activities to provide a little relaxation, inspiration, and stimulation for their members or group participants. For this reason, Christian icebreakers prove useful, no matter you want to accommodate small or large groups of teens or adults.

We have talked about icebreaker games many times before, mostly because they make an excellent method to spark up conversations and build interpersonal relationships. Before we begin, we recommend you check out our guide on the best youth group icebreakers for examples and inspiration. You can adapt many of them into Christian youth icebreakers and turn any meeting into a success.

As we all know, icebreakers are one way to get the talks flowing no matter the makeup of the group or the topics to be studied or covered. There are a number of Christian-oriented icebreakers for you to use at church, workshops, or meetings that you can use with almost any age group. See below our collection of 15 Christian icebreakers suggested today.

15 Christian Icebreakers for Small or Big Groups of Any Age

1. What Makes Me Blessed?

In order to put group participants at ease and to help them get acquainted with others in the group, particularly with those who may only know one another casually, good Christian icebreakers initially involve getting to know others and creating a level of comfort for whatever the group is going to be discussing or the time allotted.

One of several ways way to do that is to ask everyone in the group what makes them blessed? Ask them to write out the first letters of their name on a colorful piece of paper or on a white erase board. If need be, let each person pair off with another in the group so they can strategize for words with their names that equate with being blessed, such as the name Joan = joyful, Fred = fortunate, Aaron = anointed.

You can use and adapt the same idea focusing on how the letters of a given name describe the person personally. Tom = Talkative, Objective, and Motivated. Provide dictionaries and thesauruses for extra word help.

One more twist on this icebreaker is asking group members whether their first or middle names have major significance in any way such as whether their first or middle name was taken from another family name or a family tradition of assigning and carrying on names. We also recommend you to check out our guide on icebreaker games for high school students. For instance, you can start with the Crossword Names game and spin it so that it works great for the “What Makes Me Blessed” game as well.

2. The God Question

Asking God questions is another good approach to easing awkwardness in a group setting as everyone wants answers to questions that remain unanswered, particularly in the most blatant of circumstances and situations. This activity could be done individually, with a partner, or as a group with everyone providing an answer and an appointed person writing out the questions on a white erase or chalkboard with discussions that follow.

This icebreaker works excellently with teens – as young peoples’ innocent yet profound questions might surprise even the most seasoned of pastors or facilitators. On the other hand, it works especially well with adults, whose questions could spark not only the conversation per se but also constructive debates.

When it comes to getting your inspiration to build interesting Christian icebreakers for adults, we recommend you to take a look at our guide on icebreaker games for adults. For instance, as a facilitator, you could start with a spin on the game “All My Neighbors” and give it a Christian connotation. The game helps the group understand better the values and world views of the other participants in a fun, relaxed way.

3. The Lottery

Winning the lottery and what a person would do with the winnings seems to be a universal kind of icebreaker. The question could be administered individually or done on a group basis with everyone providing answers as to what a person would, should, or could do with a major win. A second part of the question could include whether a winner should tithe (10%) of the winnings to a Christian organization?

4. Bible Character and Scripture Matching

Christian icebreakers usually involve activities affiliated with the Bible and scriptures, and one idea that is always enjoyable to use with members of younger groups is identifying bible characters through specific scriptures and actual character cutouts. It is also one of the best Christian icebreakers for kids, as the little ones are familiar since the earliest ages with iconic Biblical figures.

Biblical characters, such as Moses holding the Ten Commandments, can be placed on a magnetic board and a scripture attributed to them matched with the character. Ask group members to identify the character and put the right figure with the quoted scripture. Mix and match a number of characters and scriptures to make the activity varied and fun. For example, take the scripture from Exodus 9:1 “Go in to Pharaoh and say to him, ‘Thus says the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, “Let my people go, that they may serve me.” In this case, the character being instructed is Moses.

Another take off on scripture matching is to provide more prominent scripture passages with a significant word or words left out one within the scripture. Ask group members to fill in and provide the missing word. This activity can be accomplished more quickly in pairs using a white erase board and access to scriptures with a matching word list for access with the appropriate fill in words.

The main takeaway here is that you can adjust the difficulty of this Christian icebreaker to the age group that you work with, its size, and its Biblical studies levels of knowledge.

5. Miraculous Happenings

If you could be part of any miraculous or other happening recorded in Christian history, what would it be and why? For example, how would you feel if you were in Bethlehem at the time of the birth of Jesus, or in the midst of the parting of the Red Sea or amongst those who were miraculously healed at the Grotto in Lourdes, France in the 19th Century and beyond? As Christian icebreakers for kids, teens, or adults go, this game is a fantastic way to verify your group’s knowledge, boost their imagination, and allow each member to express their deepest thoughts and feelings towards some of the most crucial Biblical events.

6. God Thoughts

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of God? This could be another activity where everyone participates on both an individual and group basis with either writing out the answer on a separate sheet of paper or on a white erase or chalkboard with answers being given in a spontaneous fashion. A twist with this activity would be what was your first thought of God as a child?

7. Greatest Christians (Past and Present)

Who do you think were some of the greatest Christians alive today or from the past? With this question, the answers can span from the time of the New Testament to the 21st Century. Examples could include great pastors, prophets, theologians, saints, etc. For example, Billy Graham, Mother Teresa, and Norman Vincent Peale. Try to come up with at least ten (10) individuals from the past and present that have had major influences on Christianity and all of its branches. You could research some well-known Christian personalities from other lesser-known countries, such as the ones from Eastern Europe. There are many regions on this globe where Christianity is taken seriously and where you can find a lot of inspirational figures.

8. Me, Myself and I

In looking at yourself in general, what are three things you really like about yourself? Another twist on this same topic could include what would you change about yourself that would help you become a better Christian? This isn’t just a fun icebreaker, but also a great exercise in strengthening your faith, solidifying your beliefs, and turning yourself into a better person. You could also try to do it alone at home when you feel like it so that you can try and be more sincere with yourself than you would normally tend to be surrounded by many people (and especially by people you barely even know).

9. Testimony

What event, occurrence, or circumstance in your life led you to become a Christian? Was there a major turning point that led to acceptance? This could be either an individual or group activity that would help to put others at ease and to compare answers that might be similar in nature. Not only that, but you can make the game about anything that might have to do with your faith one way or another. Try, for example, thinking about a job that was described in the Bible, such as carpentry. How did working as a carpenter lead you to Christianity? See what we mean? You can ask yourself multiple such questions if you’re feeling creative enough.

10. What’s My Line

The old television program from the 50’s and late ’60s provides interesting input for Christian icebreakers. Everyone in the group should jot down three different things about themselves and their line of work or vocation that is unknown to the others in the group. At least two of the items are true and one is not. Each group member presents their facts to the group and then everyone takes a vote as to which item about the person is not true. This activity can have surprising turnarounds as well as help others to get to know one another. It can be done with an erase board approach or with individual note cards or colored paper.

This activity is a variation of the game “Tow Truths and a Lie” and works very well with small and medium groups of adults. As Christian icebreakers go, you can adapt it so that people say two true things about their beliefs or spiritual life and one lie. While it is a fun game, it can also open the door for more profound discussions about shared life experiences, concerns, and ideas.

11. Christian Books & Movies

What Christian book or movie that you read or viewed recently, or in the past, would you recommend to others in the group that best represents Christian life today and true biblical history? Let the whole group brainstorm and come up with the top five books and movies that have had a major impact on Christians and others. Then, discuss those works, debate, and compare notes. It is a great way to encourage people to share opinions and different, maybe divergent points of view. Moreover, finding other people who share common interests is great for each group member. Who knows, maybe some people in the group start a book or movie club, strengthen friendships, and make new acquaintances.

12. Biblical Person Encounter

If you were able to visit heaven, what biblical person would you talk to besides Jesus? For example, the Apostle Paul would be someone from the New Testament era that would provide hours of dialogue and inspiration. Challenge a group of teens or adults to answer such questions and offer their own take on things. The conversation really gets interesting once people start mentioning Judas or other “negative” characters. How so? Well, there are a lot of things you can learn about human nature by theoretically speaking to, let’s say, Doubtful Thomas or Pontius Pilate.

13. Christian Influence

What Christian person that you have met and known has had the most influence in your life and why? That person could be a pastor, close friend, stranger, or mentor. Think about whether that individual caused a turning point in your Christian walk. Starting from here, the group can learn plenty about its members, share similar or divergent opinions, start a constructive debate, and bond through shared emotions and experiences. It’s fun and you might be able to discover things that you’ve never even thought about before.

14. Christian Church Dilemmas

Today’s Christian church faces many problems. If you were able to have influence over just one of those problems, what would that problem be and how would you try to change it? Many would probably want to talk about the persecution that Christians face around the world today, the banishment of prayer, or the tearing down of Christian monuments. As a facilitator, make sure this icebreaker does not turn into an intense political debate that splits the group, angers people, or deters the shy ones from speaking out. It’s better to be safe than sorry. And while venting out anger is often beneficial, it can also stir a lot of trouble if left unchecked. We can’t stress this enough, but you’ll have to be very careful with how you question the people in your group and how you interpret their answers so that you can all avoid meaningless fights.

15. Weekly High-point

Looking back on your week (or the past few days), what was the most enlightening event or encounter that struck you as memorable and lasting? Perhaps a smile, handshake, or a few encouraging words brought a feeling of well-being and confidence to your week. Maybe interfacing with a less fortunate person in a positive way or helping someone facing difficulty would be a reminder of what a Christian outlook can do for others outside of your inner circle. Positive thoughts deserve to be shared with others, as they can have a powerful influence on the individual.

Other Adapted Christian Icebreakers You Can Try

There are hundreds of ideas and variations of ideas and activities that you can use as icebreakers for almost any Christian gathering. They usually take up a small amount of time at the beginning of a get-together. Their purpose is to put those in attendance at ease and make them more comfortable with the subject matter that is going to be discussed or studied later on in the meeting. Evidently, you can adapt many other games and group activities to become Christian icebreakers as well. Here are some more ideas and examples:

  • The Christian adaptation of the Icebreaker Bingo game;
  • The “Ask a Question” game, inspired by team-building icebreakers; it is a simple exercise you could try with a group of teens who are generally shy;
  • The “Would You Rather” game, inspired by team icebreakers, where the members of the group should answer questions along the lines of “would you rather be there when Jesus performed miracles or when Noah built the Ark?” Discussing why would people choose one against the other option is an excellent conversation and debate starter;
  • A “Never Have I Ever” game with Christian, church, or spiritual themes that brings people together, allows them to share experiences, have some fun, and begin more serious constructive debates on how to be a better Christian in everyday life.
  • The classic game of 20 Questions, one of the most popular “Get to Know You” games and activities that you can use as a facilitator to break the ice and allow people to become more comfortable with each other, especially if this is their first group meeting.

Christian Icebreakers: Bottom Line

One way to help people to intermingle with one another and know more about each other is with the use of short and interactive activities, and some of those listed here can help get a group gets off to a good start. Religion and beliefs can spark heated conversations, so as a facilitator, make sure you have all things under control. Keep your group open to communication and sharing, emphasizing and praising the things that brought them together while respecting and even celebrating the things that set them apart.

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41 Catchy Youth Group Names

Imagine the following scenario that brought you to seeking out the chosen youth group names. You woke up one morning with a calling. This was not just any calling. It was a message from higher up, with a call to leadership. Your faith is your own, but say that this calling brought you to a point of determination. You have decided that you will become the leader of an awesome youth group.

First of all, congratulations on reaching this moment! Leading isn’t for everyone. Leading a youth group presents an even greater challenge. But, let’s be honest, you don’t see a lot of big and successful youth groups without good youth group names. Be very careful about what choice you make. Your youth group name should remain at the forefront of these kids’ minds for years to come. It should be clever! It should also be catchy. And most importantly, it should reflect your mission statement. Let’s take a look at 41 examples of such names.

Plants & Pillars

This is based on the Bible verse Psalm 144:12, which reads, “Let our sons in their youth be as grown-up plants, and our daughters as corner pillars fashioned as for a palace.” You might be of tree planting variety or focused on outdoor activities. If so, this should at the top of your youth group names list.

Three SixTeens

This play on words references John 3:16: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” This is a great option if you are aiming for a cool vibe with music and fun activities galore.

GO

GO is quite a simple name with an appearance in virtually every book in the Bible. The most common command, usually issued by Jesus Christ. For this example, we’ll use its appearance in Mark 10:52 (“Go,” said Jesus, “your faith has healed you.”). The context in Jesus healing a blind man is a testament to the power of faith and how much a belief can impact your life. The name is short and to the point. It implies action and gives a motivational feel.

Shield of Faith

This name alone would have no trouble appealing to an audience of young video gamers. It is taken from Ephesians 6:16, which urges readers to “take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one.” Shield of Faith? Flaming arrows? The defense against and destruction of evil? Sounds like a great time.

By Faith

“By faith” is a common phrase in Hebrews 11: 1-39. It opens up many of the verses, telling the reader about certain people and how they accomplished things through faith. This would serve as a great motivator for the youth.

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EBZ

This stands for Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar, three friends of Job mentioned in Job 2:11. They all agreed to meet up and comfort Job when they heard about “all the troubles that had come upon him.” A strong friendship and bond is depicted here, and those should be the basis of all youth groups, in and outside the meeting. The name itself is subtle and doesn’t necessarily imply religion or even a youth group. It rolls of the tongue, and implies something unique and elite.

Four ThirTeens

Similar to the “Three SixTeens”, this name is a play on Phillipians 4:13: “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.” As one of the more well-known Bible verses, this will strike a chord among those both familiar and unfamiliar with the faith.

Everpresence

This name, which sounds similar to rock band Evanescence, is taken from Psalm 46:1-3: “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” This name would also suggest (and, of course, guarantee) that the youth group will display similar support for the community’s children. It emanates a strong sense of community and existence.

Righteous Tent

This has the potential to be quite the memorable name. Kids would jump in excitement to head to this “Righteous Tent” based on Psalm 118:15: “Shouts of joy and victory resound in the tents of the righteous: ‘The Lord’s right hand has done mighty things!’” Just like a tent itself, this youth group names implies inclusivity and welcome.

The Immovables

This grounded name is a reference to 1 Corinthians 15:58: “Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. […]” This name could also suggest that the youth will build strength in a faith, or at least the foundation for a capacity. The Immovables screams out that nothing can break the faith of its members.

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Safe Rest

Such an inviting name can be found in Job 11:18: “You will be secure, because there is hope; you will look about you and take your rest in safety.” The youth of the community can feel at rest from the troubles of the world while putting one foot through the door to a life of spirituality. As far as youth group names go, this offers a sense of support as well as the basic drive for safety.

Tree of Life

Let your youth group stand as tall as a tree and offer sound advice taken from Proverbs 13:12: “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” Just like our first idea for youth group names, Tree of Life offers a great match for outdoor activities. By contrast, its also a great name for an urban community where the desire to connect to spirituality through nature is strong.

All-Time Love

This name also sounds similar to a popular band, All-Time Low. Children love catchy references to pop culture! This is a reference to the verse Proverbs 17:17 (A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity) and promotes and encourages strong bonds and friendships with the group and each other.

Ends of the Earth

This name can be found in Isaiah 40:28 ([…] The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth), and states that God has created, and therefore knows everything. It could also refer to omnipresence. The name gives off a good vibe of frontier adventurousness and scouts. It sends the message that your youth group members are brave and ready to tackle obstacles and face any challenge.

Eagle Wing(s)

This name also comes from Isaiah 40, just a few spots down on verse 31. “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary […]” An eagle generally symbolizes freedom, and a youth group generally offers a freedom to learn more about the faith, so it would be a fitting name. The eagle also represents strength through flight.

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The Purpose

This is based on Romans 8:28 ([…]God works for the good of those who […] have been called according to his purpose). Is there a purpose your youth group has for the youth? Absolutely. This name offers a real sense of meaning to match the goals of your organization. For those who are still seeking a righteous path in life, finding purpose will drive them forward.

The Inseparable

From Romans 8:38-39, which states that nothing in all existence is able to separate you from the love of God. Any youth group would do well to stress a point like this, and having it in the name is a smart way to go. Pushing forward the values of brotherhood and sisterhood are critical to youth, and applying this to your youth group name sets the standard.

Reflections

This refers to 1 Corinthians 13:12: “For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. […]” There are some who join youth groups knowing parts of the faith, possessing the intent to learn more or gain clarification. Part of faith is also being able to reflect on one’s mistakes and learn how to improve. Reflecting is critical to becoming a better individual as well as a better leader.

New Compassions

This verse refers to Lamentations 3:22-23, which states that the Lord’s compassions “never fail” and “are new every morning.” This name serves as great day-to-day motivation, especially when it comes to keeping the youth engaged! Compassion is key not only to keeping your members, but to gaining new members.

Day By Day

Another verse that deals with renewal, 2: Corinthians 4:16 states that “outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.” We all have our own struggles in life. Sometimes the best way to move forward is to make it through and be our best selves one day at a time.

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Root Love

This name can also be seen as a play on the phrase “Route Love,” which sounds like a road youth groups like to travel down. From Ephesians 3:17, which states that we are all “rooted and established in love.”

Keepers of the Command

Children and teens can take this name home with them, almost as if it were a new job title or responsibility. Followers of 1 John 3:22 “keep His commands and do what pleases Him.” When it comes to catchy youth group names, this one literally commands respect as well as significance.

Living Way

This can also be read as a street name or simply as in a way of living. From Hebrews 10:20, which states that “a new and living way opened up for us through the curtain […]”

Pure Joy

Any type of struggle should be met with pure joy, as it builds character (James 1:2-4). Happiness and positivity is critical when it comes to radiating warmth in youth groups and youth group names.

First 2 Last

God’s righteousness is one “by faith from first to last,” and the righteous should live by this faith (Romans 1:17).

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Firm Stance

This is also based on 1 Corinthians 15:58, which deals with standing firm and being immovable during “your labor in the Lord.” It is critical to hold your ground when it comes to your faith, so applying this to youth group names sends a strong message.

Good Thing Cling

Romans 12:9 says that we must “hate what is evil” and “cling to what is good”. When it comes to catchy names, you can’t go wrong with a good rhyme!

Fulfillment

Love fulfills the law by doing no harm to a neighbor (Romans 13:10). On the same side of that coin is the power that spirituality and community faith adds to the fulfillment of our lives.

Patient Love

This is based on the popular verse/saying “Love is patient, love is kind.” A youth group exercises patient love daily (1 Corinthians 13:4). So too does leading a youth group, so for leaders and members alike, this name will serve as a positive reminder.

Autumn/Spring Rains

Autumn Rains or Spring Rains is both beautiful and inviting, and it is based on the rewards that came with complete love of the Lord (Deuteronomy 11:13-14).

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Doorframes

Youth groups act as the very life lessons they teach, written on the doorframes of their own buildings (Deuteronomy 11:20). The practice of writing biblical passages on the foundation of new buildings and structures is growing is making a resurgence. It could also reflect well in youth group names.

Seal of Love

The love of your youth group should be placed over the hearts of the youth, for “love is as strong as death” (Song of Songs 8:6).

Unto Others

This name is based on the Golden Rule itself, which is based on the Bible verse Luke 6:31. Unto Others sends a guiding message to your members as to how they ought to help their community and help each other.

Wise Walk

Children become who their friends are. May they choose the wise they might find in your youth group! (Proverbs 13:20).

Iron-Sharp

Good people build up and strengthen good people, as iron does to iron (Proverbs 27:17). This is an extra catchy name for a youth group that centers on sports or martial arts as team building exercises.

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East From West

The Lord has “removed our transgressions from us” “as far as the east is from the west” May your youth group do the same to the youth of your community! (Psalm 103:12).

Faithline

Like a bloodline, sincere faith runs in the family. A love of God must be generational (2 Timothy 1:5).

Archer

Youth groups should be blessed to have a “quiver” of children eager to learn more about the faith. They surely must be predestined to hit their mark (Psalm 127:3-5).

Springwater

The love and knowledge the Lord gives us will spring up like water within us and give us eternal live. So should the teachings your group offers (John 4:14).

Covered By Love

We, as brothers and sisters, should care deeply for each other, because that love covers “a multitude of sins” (1 Peter 4:8).

My Strength

This name simply states that the Lord is strength, and this will represent your own youth groups strength in what you teach (Psalm 18:1).

Did any of these catchy youth group names stand out to you? Perhaps you have an idea for an entirely new one? Post your ideas below if you have other suggestions or have used any of the names found on this list.

Either way, you are ready to give your youth group—and the youth—something to stand for.

 Happy teachings!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do you do at a youth group?

Youth groups have multiple purposes, some of the most prominent being helping out other fellow youngsters, praising the Lord, and organizing charities. Most importantly, it’s a way for the young ones in a church to get to socialize with people within their own age group. For developing children and teens, having a healthy social group is one of the key factors in their optimum growth.

How do you start a youth group?

There are multiple ways you could try starting a youth group, but we’ll go through the most common advice for starting one. Running any organization can be a daunting task; but this is doubly so when the organization you’re running is comprised of young-adults. Keep this in mind when taking into consideration the following:

Set your goals: it is necessary to know from the very start what you will want to do with the youth group. Do you want to organize as volunteers to help the local homeless food service? Or maybe you want to simply organize some get-together events so that the group will get to know each other better. Or, why not make it all about talent? Have them sing and praise the Lord as a band whenever they get the occasion.

Have a meeting place: Just in case your church doesn’t have its doors open numerous hours per day, it’s a good idea to rent a place where your group can meet up and do its thing. While many rental places have high prices, you can usually get a better offer if you tell the owner that space will be used for a youth group. Some landlords are devout Christians and thus might offer a great discount if you state your business sincerely from the start.

21 Fun Campfire Games to Try this Year with Your Adult Friends

Ah, summer and fall evenings by the campfire – there’s just nothing like it. Gathering around a campfire to play campfire games with friends and family is just one of the simple pleasures to look forward to as an escape to our everyday lives. Those precious times around the campfire where we do not have to think about everyday stress (paying the bills, cleaning the house, and running with kids) are times to treasure with people we care about. It’s an easy way to relax, reflect, and reconnect with the people and world around you.

Aside from an escape from everyday life, times around the campfire are times to be enjoyed. Drinks, food, and fun are always high on the list of things to do as we sit around the campfire. Other than eating or drinking, try some of these fun games for adults we listed below at your next campfire gathering!

When it comes to some of the best campfire games when you are in a group of adults, remember the general rules of having a good time: everybody should be willing to play, the questions you ask during a Get to Know You Game, a Never Have I Ever Game or 20 Questions should be in good taste, and everyone has to have fun. Keep in mind that there are some campfire drinking games for adults to try during a laidback vacation, together with campfire games for kids that adults should try when there is no alcohol present.

In fact, why don’t you check out our ultimate guide of fun things to do with the kids during the 2020 lockdown, maybe you get some inspiration for the next holiday trip with the children!

Fun Adult Activities: Best Campfire Games to Try this Year

Five Daily Facts

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While this sounds simple at first, it can get harder based on how tired or inebriated the players are. All players start by listing five facts of their day (Examples: “Today, I swam,” “I got a new car today,” or “My phone rang today.”), they can be silly or normal – it doesn’t matter.  After everyone has said their five facts, Player 1 would state a different fact than one of the five they had already listed. The goal is to see how many facts about each player can be remembered as you go down the line. This is a very useful game to play for memory but you should expect lots of laughs in case there were a couple of beers per person included in the equation.

Mafia/Werewolf

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Mafia is one of the most fun games for adults that anyone can play around the campfire – even if it is the first time for some members of the group. This game can handle anywhere from 6-16 players, so it’s good for small and large groups. The only equipment needed is a deck of cards. One person must serve as the neutral moderator, but everyone else is split into two teams: The Honest or The Mafia. Check out the complete mafia game rules. Mafia/Werewolf is one of the best icebreaker games for teambuilding and mixed groups where not all members of a group know each other. While it does not reveal personal information about people – like a game of Never Have I Ever or a Get to Know You types of games –  it makes a fun and challenging way of people bonding over the same “cause.”

Truth or Dare

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Next on our list of best campfire games to try this year is Truth or Dare. This is a classic game that can be played by all ages. One player asks another “Truth or Dare?” The asked player chooses whether they want to answer a truth question or complete a dare. If the asked player does not complete their truth or dare, they have to pay some sort of penalty. Perhaps taking another drink, putting a dollar in a jar, and so on. There are many variations of this game to make it as clean or risqué as players would like. For inspiration and amusement, check out our full guide of 300+ Truth or Dare game questions to ask your friends (old and new) around the campfire during this year’s summer holiday.

Twenty Questions

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Another standard game that most people have played at one point or another is 20 Questions. It is one of the best campfire games to play with adults but also teenagers because of its versatility and high level of entertainment. In fact, you will find the 20 Questions game listed on almost all respectable lists of challenges to do with teenagers or indoor team building icebreakers and exercises. Traditionally, one player (considered the “answerer”) selects an object (or a famous person) and does not share who/what that is with the other players. All other players are the “guessers/question-askers.” The guessers must take turns asking yes or no questions of the answerer. If one of the guessers figures out what the answerer is talking about, they will become the answerer next round. If 20 questions pass and no players have figured out what the object is, the answerer gets to choose another object in the next round since they have stumped the other players. The biggest rule: no lying allowed.

Crazy Balloon Popping

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This game requires a little prep, but it’s a fun take on musical chairs. Write down a bunch of crazy actions on small strips of paper (like “thump on your chest like a gorilla” or “yodel”) and put each strip of paper in a different balloon then inflate them all. Turn on some music and pass the balloons from person to person. Once the music stops, all players sit on their balloons and once the balloon pops, the player must do the crazy action from their popped balloon. Keep playing until all the balloons have been popped. You can adapt this activity into one of those campfire games for kids to try in summer camp if you are a teacher or in your back yard if you are a parent. Either way, balloon popping will always be fun at any age, so get your hands on a stock of fun balloons and turn it into an outdoor challenge for kids and teenagers!


Make Me Laugh

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The classic staredown game that you surely played (even if you did not know how it was called) is next on our list of easy campfire games! This one can be trickier to play as it gets darker and darker outside. Players face-off and the first player to laugh is the loser. See how long it takes the most serious people to crack! You can make them laugh by telling them jokes, making faces, asking them the craziest questions, and so on. It doesn’t matter much what method you use as long as you keep the “opponent” laughing.

Name That Tune

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This campfire game has variations, but having each person “sing” their song could be much more fun. One person sings or plays their song and then the rest of the group guesses based on what they’ve heard. You heard about some variation of this group activity when we described the best texting games for people to enjoy from a safe social distance. However, if you go on a trip and campfire is a thing, you have to play this game in person so to speak. Keep in mind that is is also one of those hilarious campfire drinking games that remains memorable for all its members.

I Can Tap This Stick Just Right

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This game doesn’t require a stick! You can use a pencil, a fork, a bat, or any other item that you have around at the campfire. There’s one person who is in the know and they always start with CLEARING THEIR THROAT and saying “I can tap this stick just right,” then the object is passed to the next person to tap just right. It doesn’t really matter how the stick is tapped, the trick is in the clearing of the throat first. Players are watching how the object is tapped, it’s location, how it’s held, and may not necessarily catch the clearing of the throat first. The playing continues until everyone catches on about the throat-clearing as part of the process.

The Winking Assassin / Murder

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This fun campfire game for adults is particularly entertaining, especially for people who use their whole faces to wink! One neutral moderator secretly selects an assassin. After they are selected, everyone mingles around while making sure to look in the eyes of the other players. The assassin’s goal is to wink at the other players to kill them off without being detected. As players are winked at, they must re-enact a horrifying death where they are and they are out for the rest of the round. If a living person thinks they know who the assassin is, they can point and accuse! If they accuse wrong, they are dead for the round. The play continues until only the killer or one player remains. This is another game with many variations that’s great for adults or kids and teens. However, for this game to be as entertaining as it sounds, you need a large group, preferably over 8 people. It doesn’t work that well when four people are looking at each other intensely, waiting for someone to blink.

Hide and Go Scare

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Next on our list of best campfire games to play with your friends this summer vacation is “Hide and Go Scare!” This is exactly what it sounds like! Think of ‘Hide & Go Seek,’ but at night. Use the areas around your campfire to hide out and scare other unsuspecting players. Make sure you do not turn this one into a campfire drinking game, as people can get lost and accidents are not impossible in inebriated states. It is better to be safe.


Charades

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Most people have played this fun game for adults at one point or another, but in the dark around a campfire can bring in some unique interpretations. Charades is by far one of the most popular party games, family games, and group games of all time. You can even theme it, drawing your inspiration from the cinema world, pop culture, famous historical figures, and so on. You can play charades on any occasion, from the lockdown to team buildings, as a backyard summertime activity with the family, or as a newlywed game.

Two Truths and a Lie

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Usually an icebreaker game for team members who need to know each other better, this campfire game is quite versatile. It is also fun to play when you want to know more about the other friends playing the game! Each person says three statements – two truths and one lie. Everyone else has to guess the false statement. This is a great drinking campfire game – just don’t overdo it! The person who doesn’t guess which statement is the lie should drink a shot.

ABC Name Game

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A player begins the game by saying the full name of a celebrity and the next player has thirty seconds to name another celebrity using the first letter of the mentioned celebrity’s last name. Example: The first player says “Tom Selleck” and then the second player says “Scarlett Johansson.” The third player could say “Jennifer Lawrence.” The play continues as such for three rounds. Here is a fun spin on the rules: if a person says a celebrity whose first and last name start with the same letter (like January Jones), switch direction of the play. The winner is the player with the most names after three rounds!

There Once Was a Skunk

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This is a story game that can get pretty silly! The first person begins the story with “There once was a skunk who…” and finishes that sentence however they choose. Then, they randomly choose and point to the next person who starts their sentence with “Fortunately…” When that person finishes their sentence, they randomly choose and point to the next person who must start their sentence with “Unfortunately…” and once they complete their sentence, they pick a person who starts their sentence with “Fortunately…” and alternating for as long as the players can continue the story.

Telephone

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Playing this familiar game always warrants a few good laughs! One person whispers a phrase to the person on their right. That person whispers the phrase to the person on their right, and that sequence goes on down the line or around the circle. The last person to hear the phrase says it aloud – no matter how crazy it sounds! It’s funny to hear how much the phrase changes from person to person. This is a game we all played in childhood and it is always one of those nostalgia games to come back to when you run out of ideas, especially if you have to spend time inside the house. However, as adult campfire games go, it also works great if you run out of ideas on campfire drinking games too. The results are usually hilarious.

Who Am I?

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This is one of my favorite campfire games for adults. Celebrities, historical figures, or superheroes make a great theme for this game! After you’ve chosen a theme, have each player write down the name of a person who belongs to that category. There are many variations on how this game is played. Check out the detailed Who Am I instructions.

Stand Up & Shout!

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This game could get really hard to play as the night comes on, but that might add to the fun! Count up the number of people in your group and remember that! Everyone can sit around the campfire and any player can start. Each player can shout only one number, but they must stand up when they shout it out. Though numbers must be shouted in order, there is no assigned order around the campfire – anyone can shout out a number at any time. The big problem, you can’t call out a number that someone else is also trying to call out. If you do, you’re out of the game. Playing gets more frantic as you go since players don’t want to get caught calling out the last number. As more and more people try to call out numbers, there will be lots of opportunities to be eliminated. You may not even get to the last number!


Glow in the Dark Frisbee

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As long as the frisbee doesn’t land in the fire, this is fun! There are many glow in the dark frisbee’s on the market. You can try playing it as a fun campfire game for kids as well.

Marshmallow Mystery

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This is less of a game, but rather a fun activity to just see just how many times you can roast a crust around a marshmallow until there is nothing left.

Would You Rather…

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Next on our list of fun campfire games for adults is a classic game that gets everyone talking. Take turns asking “Would you rather…?” style questions. Example: Would you rather walk on broken glass or eat a piece of metal? The questions can be ridiculous or serious.

Go Off, Throw Your Shoe

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This game is extremely silly, but fun to try. The goal is to sit and balance a shoe on your toes, then kick it backward over your head (and NOT into the fire). The person whose shoe has gone the farthest wins!

Bonus: Campfire Games For Kids

Chubby Bunny

Get your cameras ready, cause your kids are going to love this! The game is simple: stuff as many marshmallows in your mouth as you can without chewing, swallowing or spitting any of them and try to say “Chubby Bunny” as clearly as you can. Watch the kids’ small cheeks expand to new hilarious dimensions with this fun game!

Numbers

If you have ever wondered how you can make basic maths fun for kids, this game might just do the trick. The basic premise is that there are two or more teams of children, and one kid start out the count by saying “one”. After that, campfire ring yells numbers out going upwards to count as high as they can. However, only one person at a time from each team is allowed to say the next number. If two or more kids from one team try to say the following number, their team loses the game. The ultimate goal is to count as high as possible without failing the task.

Truth or Dare

This classic game is so versatile that just about anyone can play it. Kids are known to love truth or dare, so giving them this idea on a camping trip is a surefire way to start having some fun. If, for some reason, you’ve never played this game in your life, here’s how simple it is to get a grip of it. The game moves in a circle, and each person needs to pick from “truth” or “dare”. If they pick “truth”, the group gets to ask them a question of their choosing and the selected person needs to answer it truthfully. On the other hand, if the person picks “dare”, then the group can make them do a crazy stunt or just about anything they can think of.

Final Thoughts on Campfire Games

Grab your friends and family and head out to your nearest burn pit and test our campfire fun games! Try out some of these other campfire games for adults and enjoy some great company and memorable laughs!

Don’t forget to stay safe, drink responsibly, and adapt all these games so you can also play them with your children and other people as well! After all, summer vacations are the best moments to bond with your kids, get closer to other family members, or make new friends while on holiday.

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200+ Never Have I Ever Game Questions to Play This Year

If you are looking for a list of never have I ever questions, you have come to the right place. This extensive list is sure to lead any group of people to hours of fun. You can play this game anytime and anywhere, with your adult group of friends or with the kids at home.

200+ Never Have I Ever Game Questions for Endless Entertainment

Once again, it’s your turn to host a game night and you’re running out of ideas. Of course, there is always the Fishbowl Game to play at home, but maybe you are into something even more fun. You may also want to get some inspiration from our assorted collection of fun things to do with the kids at home, but maybe you are not so much into baking or building forts these days.

The board games you have are getting old, and everyone has played all the card games ever and possible. Sometimes, gatherings can be boring and serious. Why not try a verbal game? Playing Never Have I Ever could be the perfect icebreaker!

On the other hand, keep in mind that the Never Have I Ever questions tap into peoples’ secrets, relationships, and personal adventures, so stop whenever someone feels uncomfortable with answering them. It is like the Newlywed Game – some questions should sit a few rounds out if the participants are reluctant in answering them for the fun of the game.

So let’s begin our quest to select the best Never have I ever questions for the next party you throw for friends and family!

Gather your circle of friends or your family members to play this party game. You can either call them or message them on social media. You’ve never played before? Well, that’s even better! Let’s jump into the rules first!

Rules of the Never Have I Ever Game

Never Have I Ever is an easy, safe, clean, and fun way to play a game by using the point system. In this variation, each player should start with 10 points.

  • When the question pops up saying something like, “Never have I ever sat in the back of a police car,” each person who has sat in the police car loses a point.
  • The game continues until everyone but one person is out of points; the player who still has points is the winner.
  • You can select a specific number of rounds if you would rather and then the person with the most points left at the end of the rounds wins the game.

The Never Have I Ever Game is best known as a drinking game, but this variation can get out of control if not monitored. Players might be drinking a lot if uncontrolled. Also, make sure that if you turn this game into a fun challenge for teenagers, you keep your proverbial foot on the brake, as some of the questions can make your teens feel uneasy and some answers might downright shock you if you are the parent. So don’t let something fun turn into something cringy. It is the most important rule!

How to Play the Never Have I Ever Game

  • Choose a specific number of rounds, and in each round, each person who has done the opposite of what the question says takes a drink. As you can imagine, if you play it with teens, drinking is out of the question.
  • The person who has taken the most drinks at the end of the rounds loses the game. This variation is also fun with soda.
  • Try it as a campfire game with the family. The best way to start is to form a circle around the bonfire.
  • We recommend you also make a run for this game at the kid’s next birthday party. Giving pieces of candy to the winners as a reward may actually be a fabulous idea. When a kid wins, you can give him or her a piece of candy.

Now that we’ve explained the Never Have I Ever game, you’re probably anxious to get started, but how do you find enough questions to keep it exciting?

That’s not a problem either because we even created a list of the most original Never Have I Ever Questions that we could think of. The questions are split into two categories: Never have I ever questions that are appropriate for your adult friends and another section of Never have I ever questions for kids. At the end of the article, you will also find a section containing questions for couples, accompanied by a short section of juicy questions you can ask your best friends or your partner.

Remember that you can use this game as an ice-breaker game for adults who take part in a team-building, so you know your co-workers better in a fun way. Men can also use this game (in reasonable limitations) with their girlfriends if they want to attach a cute nickname to the girl without her getting upset.

We’ve tried to keep the adult questions rated “PG-13” so that you can incorporate some of them into a fun family game night if you want to.

Best Never Have I Ever Questions for Adults

Here are some of the best Never have I ever questions for adults you can use next time you organize a party for your friends and you want to switch from Charades and other society indoor games on rainy Saturday nights. Keep things simple, don’t overstep your boundaries – with people you don’t know that well – and keep things under control if the drinking gets too heavy. Some of the Never have I ever questions on this list work best with people close to you, as many can either trigger bad memories or judgment, while others may seem inappropriate overall.

100+ Never have I ever questions for your adult friends, family members, or co-workers

  1. sat in the back of a police car.
  2. been called to the boss’s office.
  3. swapped ABC gum with someone.
  4. accidentally sent an inappropriate text message to my mom that was intended for my girlfriend/boyfriend.
  5. made money illegally.
  6. faked an illness to stay home from work.
  7. Facebook stalked an ex.
  8. looked through my girlfriend/boyfriend’s phone without their knowledge.
  9. jumped from an airplane.
  10. text while driving.
  11. spent time in jail.
  12. spent a night in the hospital.
  13. woken up in a strange place.
  14. forgotten where I left my car.
  15. kissed on the first date.
  16. had sex on the first date.
  17. accidentally sent an inappropriate email to my boss.
  18. purposely given someone the wrong directions.
  19. purposely given someone the wrong phone number.
  20. shaved my head bald.
  21. paid late fees on an overdue bill.
  22. fallen asleep in church.
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  23. knowingly run a red light.
  24. written a book.
  25. taken something from work.
  26. driven through an ice storm.
  27. used someone else’s toothbrush.
  28. clogged someone else’s toilet.
  29. made up an excuse to leave a boring housewarming party early.
  30. made a poor excuse to leave a party and got caught in the web of lies.
  31. lied about having an emergency to leave a bad date early.
  32. stuffed my pockets with food from a buffet to take home with me.
  33. taken store-bought food to a party as my side dish but passed it off as my own.
  34. worn someone else’s underwear.
  35. bought something special to wear one time then return it when I was done with it.
  36. crashed a party.
  37. visited the White House.
  38. gone skydiving.
  39. play Frisbee for fun or as a pro.
  40. pretended not to be home when someone rang my doorbell.
  41. been to a night club after 2 a.m.
  42. gone dumpster diving.
  43. picked up a hitchhiker.
  44. posted a drunk status on Facebook.
  45. replied to a text pretending to be someone else.
  46. used someone’s child to pick up a date.
  47. gotten so mad that I threw something through a wall.
  48. gotten my license taken away by the police.
  49. had a crush on someone else’s spouse.
  50. gotten fired from a job.
  51. played matchmaker.
  52. been a parent.
  53. bought a gift from a discount store and put it in a different package to make it look expensive.
  54. changed a baby’s diaper.
  55. gotten artificial body enhancements.
  56. told a lie about something I really didn’t do.
  57. waited tables for a living.
  58. ruined a surprise party.
  59. gotten into a physical fight.
  60. seen a ghost.
  61. played with an Ouija board.
  62. got involved with the Supernatural.
  63. borrowed something I ended up keeping.
  64. lied about a family member being sick to get out of work.
  65. broken something in a store and then walked away from it.
  66. participated in the Polar Plunge.
  67. gone skiing.
  68. bought and installed a pool table at my house.
  69. forgotten a loved one’s birthday.
  70. stood in line for hours to buy concert tickets.
  71. stood in line for hours to buy something at a discount.
  72. dated someone but ended up with their sibling instead.
  73. tried to break into someone’s password-protected email.
  74. damaged someone’s car out of anger.
  75. borrowed something from a neighbor just to be nosey.
  76. been married.
  77. gotten a piercing other than my ears.
  78. had a fake ID.
  79. lied about my age to a (first) date.
  80. walked out of a restaurant without paying.
  81. not left a tip for a waitress.
  82. not get my deposit back on a rental.
  83. cooked something in the microwave and then forgot it was in there.
  84. burned a holiday dinner.
  85. gone to a birthday party and not taken a gift.
  86. worked out at a public gym.
  87. adopted a child.
  88. had an allergic reaction to something I ate.
  89. played a joke on someone by putting pepper in the salt shaker.
  90. stolen flowers from a grave.
  91. farted in a store and quickly left the aisle.
  92. peed the bed since I’ve been grown.
  93. re-gifted a present and then realized the person I gave it to was the one who originally gave it to me.
  94. gone to church with a hangover.
  95. worn my dirty underwear inside out.
  96. gone to work with a hangover.
  97. had a crush on my boss.
  98. been involved in road rage.
  99. done something bad or embarrassing on a Truth or Dare Game.
  100. gone on a date with someone just to make another person jealous.
  101. cheated on my diet.
  102. taken my used plate back to the buffet for more food.
  103. lied about my child’s age just to get a discount.
  104. bought something I didn’t need just because it was on sale.
  105. fallen asleep while talking on the phone.
  106. catfished someone.
  107. been out of the country.
  108. had an STD.
  109. went on a booze trip for several days in a row just because I felt like it
  110. went to Las Vegas to get married to someone I had barely met
  111. put laxatives in a co worker’s coffee or tea as a prank
  112. put milk before cereal because I’m a badass like that
  113. made French fries even though I don’t speak French

Best Never Have I Ever Questions for Kids

When you play the Never have I ever game with kids, keep in mind that you can use them as ice breakers for youth activities or fun “let’s get to know each other” games with small children. If you are a parent or a teacher wanting to play this game with the class or during camp, make sure you want to hear the answers first, in case your participants decide to YOLO and tell you some uncomfortable truths. Such games – just as they go for adults – can trigger bad memories or too spontaneous answers for political correctness or basic human decency.

If some of the questions are too sensitive, they may encourage the participants to lie and this is not the main idea of this game. If you want more ideas, we also recommend you check out our guide on Christian ice-breakers for teens. You can adapt a few of those questions to your current situation. Tapping into children’s inherent honesty is a slippery slope, so, as a parent or teacher, first, create a safe environment without judgment or the possibility of punishment if the children offer an answer that does not sit well with you. This is a game for kids to know each other better, not a third-degree interrogation from parents, tutors, or teachers.

100+ Never have I ever questions for kids and teenagers

  1. been called to the Principal’s office.
  2. broken a bone in my body.
  3. copied from someone else’s paper.
  4. stolen food from someone’s lunch tray.
  5. participated in a school musical.
  6. taken something from my sibling without them knowing.
  7. cried because I didn’t get the gift I wanted.
  8. done something just because my parents told me not to.
  9. lost my house key.
  10. seen a cassette tape.
  11. failed a class.
  12. told on a friend.
  13. drank an entire case of coke by myself in one day.
  14. faked having to use the bathroom to get out of a boring class.
  15. gotten in trouble for texting in class.
  16. eaten an entire carton of ice cream by myself in one sitting.
  17. been bungee jumping.
  18. been nature camping in a tent.
  19. made a snow angel.
  20. jumped into the water from a boat.
  21. drank milk right from the carton.
  22. dipped my finger into the peanut butter jar then put it back on the shelf.
  23. forged my parent’s signature.
  24. cheated on a board game or a card game.
  25. played backyard dice games with family or friends.
  26. played a prank on a teacher.
  27. had a crush on a teacher.
  28. jumped off a diving board.
  29. been in a school play.
  30. taken a trip on a train.
  31. found money and put it in my pocket without finding the owner.
  32. gone to summer camp.
  33. gone on a fishing trip with the family and used a fishing pole to catch fish.
  34. eaten my boogers.
  35. told a secret I was supposed to keep.
  36. looked through my teacher’s desk.
  37. told my mom I was going to a rated “PG” movie but snuck into the “R” movie instead.
  38. “Ding, dong, ditched.”
  39. prank called a restaurant.
  40. climbed a tree.
  41. blamed a friend for something I did.
  42. fallen up the stairs in public.
  43. fed my dinner to the dog when Mom wasn’t looking.
  44. sold my lunch to a classmate.
  45. touched a horse.
  46. been afraid of the dark.
  47. helped build a campfire.
  48. made a blanket fort while in lockdown.
  49. put a worm on a hook.
  50. swam in the ocean.
  51. picked flowers from a neighbor’s garden.
  52. made up an excuse to the teacher for not having my homework.
  53. held a baby.
  54. gone to school all day with my shirt inside out and didn’t know it.
  55. used my sleeve to wipe my snot.
  56. gotten into a fight on the school bus.
  57. called my teacher mom.
  58. walked through the neighborhood in my socks.
  59. gone to school without brushing my teeth.
  60. broken something of my mom’s and not told her.
  61. pretended not to see the dog poop in the house so I wouldn’t have to clean it up.
  62. waited until it was almost time for mom to come home before doing my chores.
  63. had a conversation with an animal.
  64. stayed up all night playing a video game.
  65. stayed up all night doing a school project at the last minute.
  66. taken something from a parent without them knowing and then I lost it.
  67. saved all my lunch money to buy something.
  68. eaten the dog’s treats.
  69. gone swimming in the bathtub.
  70. gotten hit with a baseball or a softball bat.
  71. drawn on me.
  72. been to Disney World.
  73. been in a treehouse.
  74. built a treehouse
  75. played miniature golf.
  76. gotten my ears pierced.
  77. got a tattoo without telling my parents.
  78. slept all night in the backyard.
  79. picked food up off the floor and ate it.
  80. tried to run away from home.
  81. been afraid to tell my parents something.
  82. stayed all night in the hospital.
  83. been grounded.
  84. driven a car.
  85. changed a baby’s dirty diaper.
  86. spilled my drink in a restaurant.
  87. cried to get what I want.
  88. cried when the doctor gave me a shot.
  89. made a homemade pizza.
  90. fallen asleep in school.
  91. been to a haunted house.
  92. fallen in public.
  93. found myself in trouble for being with someone I wasn’t supposed to be with.
  94. been in trouble for talking in class.
  95. had my hair cut without asking Mom first.
  96. received a present I didn’t like.
  97. crawled into bed with my parents after a bad dream.
  98. accidentally said a bad word in front of my parents.
  99. been stuck in an elevator.
  100. been kissed.
  101. practiced kissing on a mirror.
  102. swallowed my gum.
  103. read my sibling’s diary.
  104. had food poisoning.
  105. made a cosplay costume and worn it.
  106. played video games for more than six hours with barely any breaks
  107. watched a movie or played a video game that my parents didn’t want me to watch or play
  108. got expelled when I was in middle school for standing up to the class bully
  109. bullied other kids back in my old school
  110. been bullied by other kids back in the day
  111. held a grudge against one of my classmates for something completely stupid now that I look back at it
  112. watched the entire Lord of the Rings Extended Trilogy Collection all by myself out of boredom
  113. made someone cry out of revenge for a very stupid thing when looking back at it
  114. stole someone else’s lunch not because I was hungry or poor but because I felt naughty
  115. made a heartfelt promise that I immediately broke once another opportunity came by

Best Never Have I Ever Questions for Couples

As you can easily figure out, these Never have I ever questions are of the “dirtier,” more intimate kind and you should only ask them to people you know very well, who do not get upset or offended easily, and to couples who know each other well enough to skip the whole embarrassment and judgments. It may work well as part of the Newlywed Game, but pay attention to not cross any line. So let’s get down to the third and final chapter of our guide and see some Never have I ever questions for couples!

15+ Never have I ever questions for couples

  1. used a dating app to get a date.
  2. had or still have a nickname.
  3. had a one-night stand.
  4. been in a threesome.
  5. dated more than one person at a time.
  6. been asked into marriage.
  7. ditched a date to spend time with my friends.
  8. refused a date to spend time alone at home.
  9. sent nude pictures of me to a potential partner.
  10. ghosted anyone.
  11. sexted.
  12. lied to my boyfriend/girlfriend.
  13. flirted with someone in a strange place (like a church or a hospital).
  14. had an open relationship.
  15. grabbed the wrong person’s hand in a line or at the movies.
  16. said “I love you” without feeling it just because the pressure was too high.
  17. had a friend with benefits.
  18. called my ex one or more times when I’ve gotten drunk

20+ Juicy Never have I ever questions to spice things up with potential love interests

If you want to have fun with a potential love interest and learn more about the boy/girl you are dating right now. Keep in mind that these questions tap into some intimate details, so if your love interest or partner does not want to answer any of these questions, do not insist. The idea is to play a nice Get to Know You game, not pressure anyone into revealing secrets or personal stuff that makes them uncomfortable.

  1. doubted my sexual orientation.
  2. had a crush on a celebrity.
  3. kissed a person of the same sex.
  4. engaged in betting.
  5. lied to someone to save my skin.
  6. cheated on a partner.
  7. been kicked out of a bar for making a scandal.
  8. taken nude pictures or pics in underwear.
  9. swam naked in a pool or at the beach.
  10. had sex in a public place.
  11. eaten food that fell on the floor.
  12. kissed a random stranger in a bar.
  13. did pot or drugs.
  14. made a sex tape
  15. was involved in a gangbang
  16. had unprotected sex with a complete stranger
  17. engaged in a one night stand with someone I had just barely met
  18. traveled to the other end of the country just to meet someone I had a crush on
  19. stole one of my friends’ underwear
  20. had explicit fantasies with one or more of my friends
  21. made a porn video and uploaded it to the internet
  22. participated in a porn casting
  23. broken up with my crush once I found out a small detail about them that I didn’t like

Final Thoughts on Never Have I Ever Questions

Here you have them, some of the best Never have I ever questions for your adult friends, kids, and couples you love spending time with on a casual fun day. What you need to know is that you should always have fun with this game and stop whenever the questions touch sensitive topics or make someone uncomfortable. If you are using this game to know better a new boyfriend/girlfriend, keep the questions and the mood in good fun and do not turn it into a police-like interrogation. Mix up the questions and change them around to best suit the group. Remember, if you choose to make this a drinking game, do it responsibly and never let it get out of control!

Now, it is your time to offer your feedback! Have you ever played the Never Have I Ever game? What are some of the best Never Have I Ever questions you asked someone or another person asked you? Share them with our community and let’s keep the game going! We’d love to hear from you and about your experiences with this fun game!

17 Get to Know You Games to Try this Year

When it comes to some fun get to know you games for breaking the ice and enjoying each other’s company, there are 17 classic get to know you games you can try as ice breakers for team buildings or for making new friends.

In fact, there is a view that today’s electronic society has hindered such things as face-to-face human communication and the ability to relate to people in real life. Thus, there is a real need for these special-purpose “icebreaker” games for large groups or for team building activities to help facilitate communications and good times.

The common criteria for icebreaker games are linked to a view that all sharing should be fun, non-threatening, very interactive, simple, and easy to play and results-oriented. At the same time, the location for such activities should always be in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with members wearing comfortable clothing and someone chosen to lead the group. Meanwhile, the facilitator or leader should always be concise and clear when sharing details of these 17 get to know you games with easy to follow directions.

Best Get to Know You Games to Play Right Now

At the end of the day, the view about games to help break the ice and get to know another person is they are great “facilitation exercises.” This is the view of longtime counselors and life coaches who commonly present these games to warm a group up to the idea of socialization and simply getting to know each other. It is all about “collaborative” communication, said a counselor sharing ideas on a social networking website. For this reason, such communication games and activities are suitable for many age categories and many interests. Adapted to specific situations, these games can help people overcome shyness, learn more about the others, and even build self-confidence. Here are some examples!

  • Most youth group icebreakers – in the form of questions, get to know your games, activities, etc. have the purpose of bringing the young ones together, develop a sense of belonging to a group, and help them become more open to making new friends.
  • There is also a great variety of similar games adapted to young children and meant to take kids out of their shells and unify the group.
  • Those who feel shy and dread the very idea of putting their hearts or minds on the table for other people to see can always get their inspiration from online dating icebreakers and get to know you games. Alternatively, put your gears in motion by reading these 75+ questions to ask a girl when you want to get to know her better.

17 Get to Know You Games for Everybody to Try

The common focus for each of the following 17 icebreaker facilitation game includes sharing such things as hobbies, interests, personal data and even one’s dreams.

Introduction Icebreakers

This is one of the most common ways and means for people wanting to know one another. The game is often used by human resources when helping new employees get accumulated about their co-workers and supervisors. The game begins when people are gathered in a room or around a table. A moderator kicks things off by introducing themselves and then asking others in the group to do likewise. The flow can go to the right or left; while the idea is to simply go around the room and share something personal after an introduction that includes one’s name, job title, family history, and personal interests. Now with the social isolation and distancing issues, one can only ask how can we all get to know each other since we have to keep our distance. Nothing easier, in fact, as virtual meeting icebreakers are a common thing, especially in multinational companies. You just have to adapt them to your own working environment.

Team Building

There is a longstanding point of view in the US military that an organization is only as strong as the members of its team. Thus, there is a lot of emphasis on military basic training for team building exercises that also serve as dandy icebreakers for new members of a team or group. A typical team-building exercise first involves members of a group being divided up into teams. The teams are then given tasks to build trust, aid group dynamics, and communication while also developing ways and means to work best together.

20 Questions

There is a fun party game called “20 Questions” that literally involves asking members of a group this long list of questions as a way and means for others to get to know you. For example, a member of a group is asked a series of questions that focus on the who, what, when, where, how, and why? The response to each question results in more personal data shared for greater group sharing and understanding, says counseling professionals commenting online. If you want to take a step further, you can always go for a “Never have I ever” game. Still, limit yourself to the fun and laidback questions without getting too personal with people you don’t know!

Party Icebreaker Fun

This popular party game has often been used by counselors as a sort of “fun” icebreaker. The idea is to create questions that get people to laugh and then converse freely. The party questions are always somewhat personal but not too personal. For instance, a party member is asked about their favorite or not so favorite blind date experience. The questions should enlist a somewhat humorous response; while also being opened ended so the person can elaborate on the subject. If you want inspiration for this, take a look at the “Never have I ever” game questions. Alternatively, get some inspiration from some classic “Truth or Dare” questions. With the amendment that you should never get intrusive or personal with people you barely know.

Tasks Presented as Icebreaker Games

This tasks focused icebreaker technique is often used in elementary and middle/ high school to help new students get into the flow of the classroom or subject being studied and discussed. The student or individual is asked to perform some tasks so as to not only talk about something but to “show” it as well. It is one of those “don’t tell me, show me” sort of challenges that involve questions being asked and tasks being performed to satisfy the challenge. For example, a member of a group is asked to tell a story about their recent summer vacation using images drawn on a blackboard or even a piece of paper. The idea is to get the individual involved in some activity that helps communicate something personal about themselves. This is a great challenge for teens you can try this summer, as there is no improper time to boost communication skills, self-confidence, and mutual trust for the young generation.

Interviews

This game is linked to what reporters do for a living when they interview someone for news or feature story data. The aim is to get someone to open up about themselves by simply asking them a series of questions: when did you move here? What is your favorite color and why? What are your life dreams? Just make sure no question sounds like a third-degree police interrogation. And don’t tap into personal issues people are not ready to talk about yet!

Truth or Lie

There is always a very “human” need to keep certain details from family and friends. This is especially true, say most mental health experts, when people are placed in a group of strangers. The result is something that is trending online called “Truth or Lie.” The goal is to share a “truth” and a “lie” with a group so as to inform and entertain. The participants can also make several statements and then ask the group what they think is true or untrue? In turn, the true and false answers are later revealed during a fun and casual sharing meeting. If you want to get some inspiration for truth and secrets’ sharing, some “Truth or Dare” classic questions may help you start on the right foot.

My Little Known Fact

This game is popular with young people and seniors who have some “fun” or little known fact that they share in a group setting. For children, it is all about some “awesome” experience or something they discovered that is just too fun to keep to oneself. At the same time, this fun fact is a great tool when it comes to opening up a group to also share other fun stuff. There are many Baby Boomer and senior groups that often use “My Little Known Fact” as a way and means of bonding about an aging or health issue, or some data about retirement that might benefit the group.

Bounce the Ball

This game features a facilitator who gathers people in a circle where a ball is bounced from one person to another; while the game is to share something personal when the ball bounces your way. This bounce the ball game is also a great team-building exercise because it challenges each member to be creative while discussing something that will personalize each member to the group. A ball is bounced to a member of a group who is asked to share his or her views on why such and such will win during the next bowling or basketball tournament. The fun and icebreaking perks of this game are all about group involvement because each person is tasked with either bouncing the ball or receiving the ball with some question or response. The overall goal is to simply get people to share stuff when prompted to do so.

The Spider Web Challenge

The game features a leader or facilitator who uses a ball of yarn as a way and means to create a physical “spider web,” while the game is to toss the ball of yarn from one group member to another. The game gets interesting when there is this massive spider web of yarn string that has “connected” each member of a group as ONE; while the sharing is the aim. As the ball of yarn is passed, each person must share some detail of their life. The result, after playing for about an hour, is a huge connected string of yarn that is now linked to lots and lots of personal tidbits that otherwise might not have been shared. This is one of the best icebreaking games for adults, as it is both a physical fun challenge and a way to communicate information in a lighthearted manner.

The Relationship Game

This game, as the name implies, is all about one’s personal relationships. It can be about one’s brother or sister, or longtime partner or best friend. The aim is to learn something about an individual based on their personal family or friendship relationships. Meanwhile, there is a longstanding point of view that relationships between two people or a group have the makings for lots and lots in very human and interesting details that can go a long way in making people happy or more open about themselves. For more inspiration, take a look at the best Newlywed Game questions to get the conversation going!

The Guessing Game

The best icebreaker games involve a question and an answer; while the classic “guessing game” has long been used by parents, educators and employers to help build group dynamics. In fact, the act of guessing something about another person is one fun way to literally “break the ice” because one is placed in a position to reveal their own values or ideas when posing a question about something. For instance, a good guess would be “are you married?” The response will be either yes or no; while it is the details of the answer that help the group when it comes to really get to know another individual.

What My Eyes Can See

This is a classic technique and a very human “game” that we all play when viewing something about another person. While it may prove embarrassing to say, “I see you are wearing that old red jacket,” the plus of “what my eye can see” as a fun icebreaker game is to simply acknowledge that someone is doing or wearing something that you question for whatever reasons. Meanwhile, it is the act of asking a question during this game that results in needed community group sharing.

What My Ears Can Hear

This is another aspect of a classic get-to-know-you technique that addresses what an individual says or shares with a group; while the aim is to offer feedback questions about what was heard. The act of listening is in play during this game that allows members of a group to really focus on what someone is saying and why.

The Story Game

This is another relationship game that is designed to enlist stories about one’s personal history, life goals or just to tell a very human story. A story is how ancient people communicated; while children and adults always enjoy a good story as the best way and means to get to know someone or something.

He Said/She Said

This game is played with males and females because there are very clear differences in the sexes when sharing details about one’s life experiences. The goal is to have a male tell a story about some event happening today, and then asking a female in the group to add to that story or tell a related tale. The idea is to share how men and women, boys and girls, may have a different take on things; while the results are always fun and helpful when it comes to knowing what others think and feel.

The Game of Life

This is a simple group relationship game or exercise where members each share their life stories as an effort to help build group dynamics through common life experiences.

Get to Know You Question Ideas

  • Which would you rather do: wash dishes, mow the lawn, clean the bathroom, or vacuum the house?
  • What two radio stations do you listen to in the car the most?
  • What did you want to be when you were a kid?
  • Which is your child’s proudest accomplishment?
  • How and where did you meet your best friend?
  • If you could go back in time to change one thing, what would it be?
  • In the evening, would you rather play a game, visit a relative, watch a movie, or read?
  • How old were you when you learned Santa wasn’t real? How did you find out?
  • What was your favorite toy when you were in kindergarten?
  • Which superhero did you like the most from DC or Marvel when you were in middle school?
  • How did you choose your current career path and what do you like most about it right now?
  • Did you have a VHS player when growing up or were you born too late and only grew up with a DVD player?
  • Would you rather go to the beach or to a snowy mountain for your ideal vacation trip?
  • If you were the ruler of your own country, what would be the first law you would introduce?
  • Are you related or distantly related to anyone famous?
  • If your hometown was a food, what food would it be?
  • What fictional television family is your real-life family most similar to?
  • What one story about your childhood best explains the person you are today?
  • If you could change the ending of any famous movie, which movie would it be? What would your new ending be?
  • What’s the weirdest thing in your parents’ or your grandparents’ home?
  • Have you ever been to another continent? If not, which continent would you like to visit and why?

Final Thoughts on Get to Know You Games

Overall, there has never been a better time to help others hooked into a machine to “unplug” for a bit to enjoy sharing personal information with others in games that help people get to know each other. Make sure you check out our big list of icebreaker games, questions, and activities to help you with your next group facilitation.

Remember that get to know you games – played as a company team-building activity – boost productivity, encourage communication, and build trust among team members. They are also amazing instruments to get kids and teens to open up, especially if they are shy. Some other excellent true-and-tested get to know you games are the “Movie Pitch,” the “Foodie,” or the “Logo Love.” You can play them during the social isolation and stay-at-home period this year or you can adapt them for a fun day in the backyard with your kids and their friends. Needless to say, if you pick the right ones, you can get to know better a new date or a potential love interest! Have fun!