These discussion questions make great icebreakers to allow people to get to know each other a little better. Have other discussion questions using the word ‘favorite”? Please add them as comments.
- Do you have a favorite painting or drawing? What makes it special to you?
- Growing up, what was your favorite comic strip?
- Growing up, what was your favorite fairy tale or children’s story?
- What are your favorite television shows? How frequently do you watch them?
- What is one of your favorite quotes? Why is it special to you?
- What is your all-time favorite movie, and how many times have you seen it?
- What is your favorite bumper sticker or t-shirt slogan?
- What is your favorite poem or saying? Why is it your favorite?
- What is your favorite style of music?
- What was your favorite subject in school? Why?
- What’s one of your favorite birthday memories?
- What’s one of your favorite questions to ask? What’s your favorite question to answer?
- What’s one of your least favorite things to do? Why?
- What’s the name of your favorite magazine? What do you like most about it?
- What’s your all-time favorite band?
- What’s your all-time favorite meal, and how often do you enjoy it?
- What’s your favorite aroma or fragrance?
- What’s your favorite beverage?
- What’s your favorite Bible verse and why?
- What’s your favorite board game? Do you usually win?
- What’s your favorite color? Why?
- What’s your favorite fast-food restaurant and how often do you go there?
- What’s your favorite genre of literature?
- What’s your favorite kind of candy?
- What’s your favorite picnic memory?
- What’s your favorite place to go when you want to be alone? Why?
- What’s your favorite room in your home? Why?
- What’s your favorite spectator sport, and how often do you watch it?
- What’s your favorite subject to discuss? Why?
- Where’s your favorite place to take out-of-town guests?
- Who was your favorite teacher growing up, and what did you like most about him or her?
- Who’s your favorite comedian?
Who’s your favorite talk show host?
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