This or That Questions

This or That Questions

This or That questions are a great way to break the ice. Use them in Table Topics or a group setting when you are looking for a fun way to learn about everyone and their preferences. This or That Questions allows people to put down their guard, and share their experiences and stories about the topics. It's amazing how an activity so simple, can create such a fun and connecting environment! Below are some samples of This or That Questions, but they can be limitless and adapted to any specialty, industry or subject matter.

Here are some “This or That questions” and themes:


  • Movie Theater or Home Theater?
  • Theme park or Water Park?
  • Netflix or YouTube?
  • Horror Movie or Comedy Movie?
  • RomCom or Action Flick?
  • An evening reading a great book or an evening with friends?
  • Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings?
  • Superman or Batman?
  • Hulk or Thor?
  • Avengers or Justice League?
  • Superman or Wonder Woman?
  • Grammys or Oscars?
  • Broadway or Off-Broadway?
  • Michael Jackson or Prince?
  • Biggie or Tupac?
  • The Beatles or Elvis?
  • Hip-hop or Rock?
  • Country Music or Rock?
  • Watch or Play Sports?
  • Online or In-Person shopping?
  • Work Hard or Play Hard?
  • Seinfeld or Big Bang Theory?
  • The Godfather or The Godfather 2?
  • Forrest Gump or Benjamin Button?
  • James Bond or Austin Powers?


  • Playstation or Xbox?
  • Mac or PC?
  • iPhone or Samsung Galaxy
  • iOS or Android
  • Amazon or eBay?
  • Instagram or Twitter?
  • Text me or Call me?
  • Digital calendar or paper planner?
  • Pen or Pencil?
  • Printed book or e-book?
  • Teleportation or Flying?


  • Traveler or homebody?
  • Traveling by cruise or traveling by plane?
  • Bus or Train?
  • Car or public transportation?
  • Water skiing or snow skiing?
  • Travel domestically or travel internationally?
  • Cross country drive or cross-country flight?
  • A day at the beach or a day by the campfire?
  • Winter coat or bathing suit?
  • Travel back in time to meet your ancestors or to the future to meet your descendants?

Relationships or Couples:

  • Public Speaking or Public Displays of Affection?
  • Most important quality in a partner: Intelligent or Funny?
  • Blonde or Brunette?
  • Nerd or Jock?
  • Hugs or Kisses?
  • Married or Single?
  • Slacker or Over-achiever?
  • Dating apps or Matchmaker?
  • Candlelight dinner or the ball game?
  • Love or money?
  • Dogs or cats?


  • Breakfast or Dinner?
  • Dinner or Dessert?
  • Spicy or Mild?
  • Coffee or Tea?
  • Sweet or Salty?
  • Mustard or Ketchup?
  • NY Pizza or Chicago Deep Dish Pizza?
  • Coke or Pepsi?
  • Beef or Fish?
  • Hot Dogs or Hamburgers?
  • Carnivore or Vegan?
  • Salt or Pepper?
  • Beer or Wine?
  • Appetizers or Dessert?
  • Home cooking or fine dining?


  • Democrat or Republican?
  • Conservative or Liberal?
  • Donald Trump or Barack Obama?
  • Barack Obama or Michelle Obama?
  • Donald Trump or Melania Trump?
  • President or Congress?


  • Watch Sports or Play Sports?
  • Michael Jordan or Lebron James?
  • Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant?
  • Mets or Yankees?
  • Yankees or Red Sox?
  • Cubs or White Sox?
  • Cubs or Cardinals?
  • Celtics or Lakers?
  • Baseball or Football?
  • Football or Basketball?
  • Baseball or Basketball?
  • Boxing or MMA?
  • Ali or Tyson?
  • 4-HR Game or Perfect Game?
  • For baseball fans, DH or no DH?
  • Instant replay or no instant replay?
  • Offense or Defense?
  • Grand Slam or Hail Mary TD?


  • Valentine's Day or Superbowl Sunday?
  • Halloween or Christmas?
  • Mother's Day or Father's Day?
  • Santa or The Elves?
  • Birthday or Christmas?
  • What is the main event for Thanksgiving? Feast or Football?


  • Summer or Winter?
  • Spring or Fall?
  • Flowers blooming or leaves falling?
  • Rain or Shine?
  • Winter coat or bathing suit?

The options are endless, and have fun with coming up with your own. You can easily create “This or That” questions as it relates to your friends, family, workplace, and clubs.  What are your thoughts for “This or That” questions? Share in the comments below!

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