Talking to a girl can be a daunting prospect, especially if you don’t know her very well. Whether you’re making conversation in person or through text messages, it can be difficult to come up with questions that will keep the conversation flowing and help you learn more about her.
What topics should you cover? What do girls like to talk about? To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of questions to ask a girl that are sure to get her talking and let you get to know her better.
From getting to know her favorite things, hobbies, and interests to exploring deeper topics like dreams and aspirations, this list has something for everyone.
Hopefully these questions will give you an idea of what topics to discuss and help keep the conversation going. So, go ahead and ask away!
LIST OF QUESTIONS TO ASK A GIRL
320). What dish you would never be able to refuse?
319). How do you feel about sharing a space with me?
318). What’s your earliest memory?
317). What do you think happiness consists of?
316). Are you a dog person or a cat person?
315). Do you have any deal-breakers when it comes to living together?
314). Who out of my friends do you like the least (and why)?
313). Do you prefer boxers or briefs?
312). What’s the worst pickup line you’ve ever heard?
311). Have you ever had an urge to leave your city and live somewhere in the countryside surrounded by rivers and magnificent mountains?
310). What human qualities do you cherish?
309). If your life story was a book, what would this chapter be called?
308). What’s your greatest passion in life?
307). What is the thing you are most grateful for?
306). Who is your favorite artist?
305). Do you have any regrets? What’s your biggest one?
304). Who do you consider to be your “hero?”
303). Who’s your celebrity crush?
302). Do you have any reservations about moving in together?
301). What movies make you cry?
300). Is there something you are afraid of asking in public?
299). What is your favorite computer game?
298). What is something you’ve never done that you’ve always wanted to do?
297). What do you think is the most important thing to remember when living with someone else?
296). What skills have you found vital to your job?
295). What turns you on?
294). How do you feel about compromising?
293). What kind of social life do you have?
292). What are your thoughts on living in an apartment?
291). Do you believe in destiny?
290). What’s one thing you would say that makes you unique from other people?
289). Where did you grow up?
287). Do you believe in an afterlife?
286). Is there anything you would change?
285). Have you ever crushed on a teacher?
284). What is the culture like at your company?
283). Do you have any concerns about moving in together?
282). What would you be in animal form?
281). Are you tidy or messy?
280). Do you have any hidden talents?
269). When you feel there is someone annoying at a party, how do you react?
268). Who was your first kiss?
267). Do you have any good interviewing tips?
265). Would your friends or family say that you’re a troublemaker?
264). If dolphins are so much like humans, do you think they get thirsty?
263). Do you believe in love at first sight?
262). What is your favorite memory?
261). Do you prefer to be alone or with constant company?
260). Do you have any nicknames?
259). Have you ever been walked in on naked?
258). What are the things I do that you appreciate?
257). What’s the most outrageous outfit you’ve ever worn?
256). What are your sleep habits like?
255). Would you rather go to work early and get out early, or go to work late and get out late?
254). How do you envision our daily routine together?
253). Do you have any preferences on where we live?
252). What three words describe you best?
251). What would be the first thing you would do if you woke up tomorrow as a guy?
250). What’s something you’d love to do this month?
249). Why did your last relationship end?
248). What are your thoughts on sharing finances?
247). Why haven’t you done it yet?
246). What type of stereotypes you are most sick of?
245). What’s your favorite personality trait in yourself?
244). Would you never try rather than die trying?
243). What was your most embarrassing moment?
242). What’s your most embarrassing moment?
241). Would you rather be rich but sad or poor but happy?
240). Have you had any weird or unusual jobs
239). What are your thoughts on privacy and personal space?
238). What’s your family like?
237). How do you feel about sharing your space with another person?
236). Hearing a well-respected person criticizing your loved one, what would you do?
235). What are three words that make you smile?
234). How do you envision us spending our free time when we’re living together?
233). What are your thoughts on sharing a bedroom?
232). What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
231). What’s the worst date you’ve ever been on?
230). What’s one show, movie, or book, you’re embarrassed to admit you enjoy?
229). Do you tip 20% every time you go to a restaurant?
228). How do you think we will divide up chores?
227). Do you have an animal you adore?
226). If you were invisible for a day, what would you do first?
225). Are you comfortable with change?
224). What is your biggest fear?
223). How do you feel about combining our finances?
222). What’s the next place you’d like us to road trip to?
221). What can I do to make your life better today?
220). How would you feel about dating a dumb, hot guy?
219). Do you have any concerns about how we will handle finances if we move in together?
218). Have you ever been in love?
217). Do you have any allergies or medical conditions I should be aware of?
216). Do you have any tattoos?
215). Do you have any deal-breakers when it comes to living with someone else (e.g., smoking, cleanliness, etc.)
214). What’s the first thing that came to your mind the first time you saw me?
213). Are you friends with your co-workers?
212). What would you do with lottery earnings?
211). Do you sleep in or wake up early?
210). What makes you smile about us?
209). What is your happiest childhood memory?
208). What can I do to help you realize your passions sooner?
207). Are you sure you’re ready for this step?
206). What was the weirdest punishment your parents gave you when you were growing up?
205). Do you have siblings?
204). What’s the last thing that REALLY embarrassed you?
203). Have you ever broken a law? If you haven’t what is one law you’d love to break?
202). What are your red flags in a relationship?
201). Who are your role models?
200). What’s your karaoke song?
199). How do you think your parents would describe you as a child?
198). Do you like to entertain guests in our home?
197). How do you think we can best support each other during the transition?
196). How do you feel about sharing your belongings?
195). Would you be comfortable with living in a smaller space?
194). Do any idioms or cliches annoy you when you hear them?
193). How do you feel about pets?
192). Would they be welcome to visit often if we lived together?
191). Do you believe in fate?
190). What was your first job?
189What would you tell the kid version of you?
188). What was the last podcast you listened to?
187). What’s your most irrational fear?
186). What do you wish more people knew about you?
185). What are your expectations for living together?
184). How did you like growing up?
183). What is your favorite part of your job?
182). Would you have a conversation with a stranger?
181). Do you see the glass as half full or half empty?
180). Are you religious?
179). What are you thinking about?
178). What’s one thing you’re scared to ask a man, but really want to?
177). How do you motivate yourself?
176). If you could go back to any age or time of your life, what age or time would it be?
175). What is the most mind-blowing piece of art you have ever seen?
174). Do you have any final thoughts or questions about moving in together?
173). Do you have any bad habits?
172). How do you feel about living together?
171). If you only had one day left on earth, what would you do?
170). What’s your dream job?
169). What is/was your favorite class at school?
168). What’s something you’d like to do with me that we haven’t done yet?
167). Do you think money can buy happiness?
166). How do you deal with criticism?
165). Do you think there are any drawbacks to moving in together?
164). What actress would play you in a movie?
163). If you could have been born in any other state, which state would you choose?
162). What are your long-term goals?
161). What are the most important things we need to discuss before moving in together?
160). What’s your favorite thing that we do together?
159). Would you ever date a boss?
158). What personality trait gets you in the most trouble?
157). What is your Kryptonite?
156). What makes you feel the most awkward?
155). If you could stop time, how would you use your new superpower?
154). What moment would you re-do if given the chance?
153). What was your first impression of me?
152). What’s the best way to win you over?
151). What makes you feel proud of yourself?
150). Am I your usual “type?”
149). What drew you to this particular field?
148). What are your thoughts on spending time together?
147). What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
146). Have you ever had any experiences to meet your favorite artist?
145). What would you like our shared goals to be this year?
144). Do you think there are any benefits to moving in together?
143). When was the last time you laughed so hard you cried?
142). What’s the most interesting picture you have on your phone?
141). Between DC and Marvel, what would you choose?
140). What are your biggest regrets?
139). Have you ever tripped and fell in public?
138). Would you prefer working in an office, at home, or a mix of both?
137). Do you have any strange family traditions?
136). If money didn’t matter, what would your dream job be?
135). How do you maintain a work-life balance?
134). What do you wish you had more time for?
133). What do you wear to sleep?
132). What qualities do you look for in a romantic partner?
131). What would happen if one of us got a job offer in another city?
130). What are your thoughts on sharing chores and responsibilities?
129). What are people always surprised to learn about you?
128). What language do you want to learn?
127). If you had off from work today, what would you do?
126). What’s your favorite type of food and why?
125). Are you friends with any exes?
124). Do you stick to your New Year’s Resolutions?
123). Do you like any weird food combinations?
121). What are your thoughts on communication?
120). What’s something you’re really bad at?
119). Are you a cat or a dog girl?
118). What was the last thing that made you cry?
117). Tell me about the last time you really laughed, I mean belly-aching, fall-on-the-floor-laughed?
116). What are your insecurities?
115). What are your expectations for our living situation?
114). Would you be okay with me working long hours or traveling for work?
113). Do you enjoy your job?
112). What’s your favorite joke?
111). What calendar or planner do you use to plan your days, weeks, or months?
110). What are your thoughts on entertaining guests in our home?
109). Where do you see the industry going in the future?
108). In what ways do you feel loved by me?
107). Can you cut relationships with people pulling you down?
106). Have you ever joined the Mile High Club?
105). What’s the longest relationship you’ve had?
104). Have you ever dated a coworker?
103). What do you find most attractive about each sex?
102). Have you ever been cheated on?
101). What’s your favorite season?
100). How do you make decisions at work? What is your process?
99). Are you satisfied with your current job?
98). Could you eat tacos every day for the rest of your life?
97). What was the last thing that made you laugh?
96). What inspires you the most?
95). What’s your love language?
94). Who out of my friends do you like the most (and why)?
93). What are the things I do that annoy you?
92). What do you think will be the biggest adjustment for me when we move in together?
91). How do you handle conflict?
90). Are you an adventurer or a homeboy?
89). What is your favorite midnight cocktail?
88). Do you prefer to take all of your PTO at once or throughout the year?
87). What are your expectations for living together?
86). Were Ross and Rachel on a break?
85). hen was the last time you left the country?
84). When you travel, what type of souvenir are you most likely to buy?
83). What did you study in college and why?
82). What is your ideal living situation?
81). Would you be open to moving if it meant furthering my career?
80). How do you spend your free time?
79). Who is the person you admire?
78). What would you do if you were a man for a day?
77). How do you think we would fare in a long distance relationship?
76). What are your strongest skills?
75). What do you think we need to do to prepare for living together?
74). If you could start this day anew, what would you do?
73). How do you handle conflict?
72). What are your thoughts on sharing finances?
71). Have you ever cheated on someone?
70). What’s the first thing that you think about when you think of me when we’re not together?
69). What are your thoughts on living in a house?
68). What are you most afraid of?
67). Do you have any pets?
66). What is one question that you wish people would ask you more often?
65). What is your dream job?
64). Would you rather spend a day in the mountains or by the beach?
63). What would be your first purchase if you won the lottery?
62). If I was to be reincarnated as an animal, what do you think I would be and why?
61). What’s something you believe in that not everyone else does?
60). How do you think we can ensure that we’re both comfortable in our new home?
59). What do you think will be the biggest adjustment for you when we move in together?
58). If you were a man for a day, what would be the first thing you do?
57). What was your favorite subject in school?
56). What is one thing you feel your life is missing?
55). What’s your Starbucks order?
54). What do you think our biggest challenges will be when we live together?
53). What’s your zodiac sign?
52). What would you wish for if a genie appeared?
51vDid you go to college?
50). Do you have any dating horror stories?
49). What was the hardest part of your day?
48). Have you ever been on a blind date that was successful?
47). Describe your ideal date.
46). How do you feel about having to compromise on certain things?
45). What’s one thing you’d love to learn more about?
44). Do you have a 5-year plan?
43). When can I see you next?
42). Do you have an arch-nemesis?
41). What are “green flags” that you look out for when meeting new people?
40). Are there any topics off-limits for discussion (e.g., religion, politics, etc.)?
39). What’s something you’ve never told anyone before?
38). Do you play any games on your phone?
37). Where are some of your favorite places to be?
36). If you could be any animal, what animal would you be?
35). What would you take if you were stranded on a desert island?
34). What’s your spirit animal?
33). How do you feel about having overnight guests stay with us?
32). What’s your life plan for the near future?
31). What do you do at work on a daily basis?
30). What should our priorities be as we prepare to move in together?
29). Do you have any close friends or family members that live nearby?
28). What is the best advice you have ever received?
27). What’s the hottest, steamiest pepper you’ve ever eaten?
26). What do you do when you have the house to yourself?
25). What makes you feel loved?
24). Do you have a five-year plan?
23). Is there anything about you that you haven’t felt comfortable telling me?
22). What mistakes did you make early in your career?
21). If you could ask three wishes of me, what would they be?
20). What is your favorite flower?
19). What’s more valuable? Education or experience?
18). Would you rather make the first move?
17). Have you ever dated someone who wasn’t your “type?”
16). What’s a fun fact that you recently learned?
15). What things would you like to change in the world?
14). What do you think our biggest concerns are about living together?
13). If you were a color, what would you be and why?
12). What do you find attractive in a man?
11). How do you feel about living in a larger space?
10). What do you like most about your job?
9). What have been your biggest job successes?
8). On a scale from 1-10, how competitive are you?
7). What environment makes you the most comfortable?
6). Where are you most ticklish?
5). How do you envision us decorating and furnishing our home?
4). Do you like to exercise?
3). Can you name a place where you have never been to but wish to go?
2). What have you dreamed about recently?
1). Have you ever lived with a partner before?
It’s clear that we have a lot to consider as we move in together and build our lives together. We may not agree on everything but it is important to keep an open mind and communicate often.
By asking questions and being honest with each other, we can make sure that our relationship thrives both now and in the future.
We can make our home a place of comfort and understanding, and ensure that both of us are happy with the decisions we make. With communication and consideration, we can create the perfect relationship together.