If you were to write a novel what would it be about?
If you could have lunch with anyone living who would it be?
What was the first thing you ever won?
What was the last peaceful day you had?
What do you hate the sound of?
What was a life lesson you did not appreciate until years afterward.
If you could see any deceased musician perform who would you chose?
How has the internet affected you life?
If you could add a 32nd flavor of ice cream what would it be?
What is something most people do not know about you?
If you could live at any time in history when would it be?
What is your favorite childhood picture of yourself?
What dish do you cook well?
What junk food is your weakness?
What song makes you want to dance?
What goals do you have for your family?
How many e-mails do you get in a day?
What activity did you used to do as a child but no longer do?
What is the unhealthiest thing you have eaten?
If you could remodel one room in your house what would it be?
These questions come for multiple sources our contributors are our users. As such many of the questions assume that the questioner and/or questioned are at least 19 years old. However the vast majority are broadly applicable. All questions are family friendly and should not bring uncomfortable questions from younger children. Likewise the questions will not expand the vocabulary of those you children. Please uses these questions to improve the quality of time you spend with your family. If you are spending quality family time it makes it easier to spend quantity time with them as well.
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There is a sacred horror about everything grand. It is easy to admire mediocrity and hills; but whatever is too lofty, a genius as well as a mountain, an assembly as well as a masterpiece, seen too near, is appalling. - Victor Hugo