This or That Questions

‘This or That’ is a fun and simple game where you can get to know one another. It is almost similar to ‘Never Have I Ever,’ where you could ask random questions to see how the opposite person reacts or responds. This game can be played among two people or a group of friends and family as well. The game can be an exciting event at parties, weddings, dates, night outs or simple get-togethers as well. You get to know each other’s preferences and what they like or dislike. Sometimes we think we know the other person too well. But wait. We can be wrong also. 

This or That Questions

There is still a lot to discover. Some weird, embarrassing, never-heard-before secrets are yet to come out. So do you think you know the other person well? Are you ready to unravel mysteries that will surprise you? Play this fun game to know. If you are just the two of you, you can take turns by asking questions like ‘Sky or Ocean,’ ‘Cats or dog,’ ‘Tea or Coffee,’ ‘Sun or Moon,’ ‘ Mountains or Beaches’ and much more quirky questions that will blow everyone’s mind. The other person gets to ask you similar issues, and you will be on the receiving end. Make sure to ask fun and provocative questions to get to know what the other person likes. 

Funny This or That Questions

If you are engaging in playing in a group, you can sit in a circle. One by one you can start asking similar questions that will be responded by everyone. Players ask these questions and express their likes or dislikes. It can also be fun to compare your answers with your friends. We have some questions for you which you can ask your friends while playing the game. You can compile a list beforehand and keep it ready. These games act as a great way to know one another if it’s mainly the first time you are meeting someone. You need not spend a lot to get to know one another, just by playing these simple games, you will know what the opposite person likes. There are many variations to this particular game. Everyone plays it differently, but as long as you are having fun, what else do you need? Some play these with cards, while some count the number of similarities they have with one another. Either way, it is super fun to play this game. We have compiled a list for you to make this more comfortable.


This or That Questions List

  • Baked potato or onion rings?
  • Console Gaming or PC Gaming?
  • Coffee or tea?
  • Family run or chain restaurant?
  • Chips with dip or vegetables and dip?
  • Book or eBook?
  • Jeans and tee or a suit?
  • European or lake front style home?
  • Field hockey or ice hockey?
  • Choose classical or rap?
  • Hot or iced tea?
  • Blue or red?
  • For home pets, hamster or rabbit?
  • Sweetened tea or unsweetened?
  • Breaded or plain?
  • Pie or cobbler?
  • Indian or Thai?
  • Sub roll or ciabatta roll?
  • Sweet or sour?
  • Whole wheat or rye?
  • Hot dog or taco?
  • Riding mower or push?
  • Author or advertising agent?
  • Cardio or weightlifting?
  • Rental home or bed and breakfast?
  • Automated answering service or speak to a live person?
  • Google or Bing?
  • Motorcycle or Bicycle?
  • Swimming pool or lake?
  • Sports or shooter?
  • Your day – crazy or sane?
  • A witch or sorcerer?
  • Public education or home school?
  • TV Shows or Movies?
  • Actress or talk show host?
  • Passenger or Driver?
  • Jello or pudding?
  • Trail mix or candy bar?
  • Irish coffee or plain coffee?
  • Facebook or Twitter?
  • Comic Book or Comic Strips?
  • Watch sports or play?
  • Rock or country?
  • Healthy or comfort food?
  • Coveralls or scrubs?
  • Jeweler or seamstress?
  • Watermelon or plums?
  • Don Johnson or Eric Estrada?
  • Pants or shorts?
  • Lounge wear or jeans?
  • Gardening or walking?
  • Plane or boat?
  • Fish or steak?
  • Fireman or policeman?
  • Touch or tackle football when you play?
  • Open spaces or small closed in areas?
  • Luau or pig roast?
  • Bikini or one piece?
  • Racing or polo?
  • Beads or pearls?
  • State parks or off the beaten path?
  • Country singer or professional athlete?
  • Scrubbing bubbles or Lysol?
  • Be creative or genius?
  • Working Alone or Working in a Team?
  • Phone Call or Text?
  • Rich Friend or Loyal Friend?
  • High tech or low tech?
  • Cinnamon bun or danish?
  • Party planner or printer?
  • Ireland or Hong Kong?
  • BMX racing or hang-gliding?
  • Cosmetologist or CEO of large company?
  • Kisses or hugs?
  • Bubble bath or just a hot soak?
  • Sweater or Hoodie?
  • Spend time in living room or bedroom?
  • A slacker or an overachiever?
  • Cook or waitress?
  • Amusement Park or Day at the Beach?
  • Time share or motel?
  • Give roses or daisies?
  • Eggs or oatmeal?
  • Whole bean or ground?
  • Home owner or renter?
  • Netflix or YouTube?
  • Cowboy hat or knit cap?
  • Sneakers or dress shoes?
  • Ice cream or sherbet?
  • Online or in store shopping?
  • Batman or Superman?
  • Pizza hut or Little Caesars?
  • Soccer or hockey?
  • Form or Function?
  • Tudor or Victorian style home?
  • Chandelier or lamps?
  • Nature or indoors?
  • Fisherman or lumberjack?
  • Winger or defenseman?
  • Paint ball or arcade?
  • SVU or minivan?
  • Ninjas or Pirates?
  • Dress or pants?
  • Modern or rustic?
  • Juice or water?
  • Plenty of Fish or Zoosk?
  • Three Musketeers or Peppermint Patty?
  • Perked coffee or tea?
  • Everything or sesame seed bagels?
  • Sandwich or soup?
  • Auctioneer or sports caster?
  • Walnuts or sunflower seeds?
  • Orange soda or Grape?
  • Beach or mountain climbing?
  • Wrestler or football player?
  • Hiking or monster truck rally?
  • Marlin fishing or wild boar hunting?
  • Adventurous or cautious?
  • Farm or just an acre or two?
  • Supervisor or hourly employee?
  • Camping or Binge Watching Shows at Home?
  • Flip flops or water shoes?
  • What’s worse: Laundry or Dishes?
  • Paintings or photos?
  • News anchor or meteorologist?
  • Nutritionist or make your own meal plan?
  • Sneakers or Sandals?
  • Domestic or international?
  • Personal trainer or work out alone?
  • Thunderstorm or snow storm?
  • New Year’s or Valentines?
  • Golf or basketball?
  • Lawyer or carpenter?
  • Insurance actuary or detective?
  • Cream and sugar or black coffee?
  • Game room or sewing room?
  • Cremation or burial?
  • Thousand Island or Ranch?
  • Action movies or dramas?
  • Ghost hunting or artifact hunting
  • Movie at Home or Movie at the Theater?
  • Pancake or Waffle?
  • Farmer or factory worker?
  • Soup or Sandwich?
  • Cook out in backyard or catered?
  • Encounter ghost or demons?
  • Street sweeper or sanitation supervisor?
  • Winter or Summer?
  • Tent or RV?
  • Medical examiner or emergency doctor?
  • Poppy seed or onion rolls?
  • Paper or paneling?
  • Glasses or Contacts?
  • Dunkin Donuts or Tim Horton?
  • Doctor or nurse?
  • Suit and tie or jeans?
  • Gum or Lifesavers?
  • Catcher or pitcher?
  • Vanilla or chocolate?
  • Landscaped yard or just lawn?
  • Pop or reggae?
  • Black and white or color?
  • Cantaloupe or grapefruit?
  • E-harmony or Match?
  • Jogging or Hiking?
  • Mac or PC?
  • Dine In or Delivery?
  • City or Countryside?
  • Art festival or music festival?
  • Live in a cold or hot area?
  • Ice Cream Cone or Snow Cone?
  • Leather or fabric?
  • Netflix or Hulu?
  • Standards or classic country like Johnny Cash?
  • Swimming or sunbathing?
  • Perfume or body spray?
  • Ferrari or Jaguar?
  • A rainy Sunday in bed or the mall?
  • Ocean or Mountains?
  • Horror Movie or Comedy Movie?
  • Detective novels or super heroes?
  • Wear leather or lace?
  • Telemarketer or appointment setter?
  • Neutral colors or bold?
  • Spiderman or the Hulk?
  • Police officer or security guard?
  • Toast or Eggs?
  • Kids or pets?
  • Performing arts or science?
  • Black and white décor?
  • Public library or bookstore?
  • Bass or tuna?
  • Banker or stock trader?
  • Candle light or lamp light?
  • Auctions or closeout sales?
  • Crocheting or knitting?
  • Truck mechanic or long haul driver?
  • Online Shopping or Shopping in a Store?
  • Formal dining room or family dining room?
  • Boston Market or Bob Evans?
  • Green or blue eyes?
  • Amusement park or historical sites?
  • Pretty Little Liars or Real Housewives?
  • Bagels or English muffins
  • Reo Speedwagon or New Kids on the Block?
  • Polo or horse racing?
  • American made or imports?
  • Ncis or Criminal Minds?
  • Cherry or raspberry?
  • Outback or Texas Roadhouse?
  • Country or city?
  • Fantasy leagues or playing with your buds?
  • After shave or cologne?
  • Most important in a partner: Intelligent or Funny?
  • Thanksgiving or Easter?
  • Ghost tour or historical tour?
  • Roller coasters or ferris wheel?
  • Cinnamon or blueberry bagels?
  • Cheeseburger or calamari?
  • Coke or Pepsi?
  • Rice crispies or Corn flakes?
  • Honesty or Other’s Feelings?
  • Audi or BMW?
  • Workout alone or with a partner?
  • Pet fish or a lizard?
  • Card Game or Board Game?
  • Winter or summer?
  • Colonial or cottage style home?
  • Turkey and cheese or roast beef sub?
  • White or wheat bread?
  • When sleeping: Fan or No Fan?
  • Electrician or engineer?
  • Onion dip or bacon horseradish dip?
  • Receive roses or daisies?
  • Wood cabinets or metal in kitchen?
  • Wrestling or mix martial arts?
  • Raisin bran or granola?
  • Newspaper or online news blog?
  • Hunting trip or ski resort?
  • Charmin or Angel Soft?
  • New Clothes or New Phone?
  • Miranda Lambert or Madonna?
  • Drug representative or researcher?
  • One night stands or an exclusive relationship?
  • Short stop or third base?
  • Pancakes or waffles?
  • Mark Harmon or Tom Selleck?
  • Arby’s or Hardee’s?
  • Boats or 4 wheelers?
  • Sybil Sheppard or Michelle Pfeiffer?
  • Pork or chicken?
  • Erin Gray or Catherine Bell?
  • Ducati or Harley?
  • A long commute or a short commute to work?
  • Interstates or back roads?
  • Email or snail mail?
  • Truck or motorcycle?
  • Dye your hair or have natural color?.
  • Straw hat or baseball cap?
  • Pilot or ship captain?
  • Butcher block or granite counter-tops?
  • Life support to keep you alive for years or not?
  • Hamburger or Taco?
  • Coffee or Tea?
  • Author or editor?
  • Silk or flannel sheets?
  • Volley ball or skateboarding?
  • Corn muffin or blueberry?
  • Cold cereal or oatmeal?
  • Italian sub or ham and cheese?
  • Sandals or high heels?
  • Facebook or twitter?
  • Big Party or Small Gathering?
  • Work boots or cowboy boots?
  • Working out three times a week or every day?
  • Good Will or Macy’s?
  • Taxi driver or bus driver?
  • Apple jacks or fruit loops?
  • Well done or rare?
  • Football or baseball?
  • Wood or metal and glasses?
  • Carnation instant breakfast or protein smoothie?
  • Retro or antique?
  • Hash browns or home fries?
  • Foosball or Ping-Pong?
  • Spa or gym?
  • Make up or none?
  • Play or musical?
  • Boston or Miami?
  • Jodie Foster or Markie Post?
  • Garlic or onion?
  • Mark Wahlberg or Shemar Moore?
  • Television or book?
  • Sweating to the oldies or playing handball?
  • Romantic or documentaries?
  • 3 meals a day or 5 small meals?
  • Classical Art or Modern Art?
  • Skiing or snowboarding?
  • Fireplace or furnace?
  • Cards or board games?
  • Pen or Pencil?
  • Pinto or Lima beans?
  • Frozen veggies or canned?
  • Family or adult movies?
  • Stephen King or John Grisham?
  • Carnival or circus?
  • Regular radio or satellite?
  • Scandal or the Family?
  • Bruce Willis or Harrison Ford?
  • Nickelback or Rush?
  • Romance novels or spy novels?
  • John Wayne or Clint Eastwood?
  • Dancing or cooking classes?
  • IZombie or Lucifer?
  • Smooth jazz or techno?
  • Law and Order or LA Law?
  • Horror stories or mysteries?
  • Massage or facial?
  • Friends or How I met your mother?
  • Nora Roberts or Heather Graham?
  • Fox or NBC?
  • Arrow or Legends of Tomorrow?
  • Woodworking or leather working?
  • Vince Flynn or Tom Clancy?
  • Bowling or theater?
  • 2 and Half Men or 2 Broke Girls?
  • Bound book or Ebook?
  • Concert or play?
  • Agents of Shield or Arrow?
  • Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio or Sela Ward?
  • Cable or satellite?
  • Reese Witherspoon or Kirsten Dunst?
    Reality or fiction?
  • ABC or CBS?
  • Darts or pool?
  • Comedy or thrillers?
  • Watch live or recorded so you don’t have to watch commercials?
  • Kenny G or Bob Marley?
  • CW or PBS?
  • Spy or supernatural book or movie/TV?
  • A-frame or bungalow house plan?
  • Ford or Dodge?
  • A maid or a cook?
  • Many causal friends or just a few close friends?
  • Blonde or Redhead?
  • Wicker or wood?
  • Leather or fabric?
  • Stainless steel or colors such as white or black appliances?
  • Regular bed or waterbed?
  • Drapes or blinds?
  • Spiral or straight stairs?
  • Pictionary or charades?
  • Farmhouse kitchen or galley style?
  • Necklace or Bracelet?
  • Vampires or angels?
  • Hardwood chairs or padded?
  • Formal or casual?
  • Mac or PC?
  • Sunglasses or sun visor?
  • Paper or plastic bags?
  • Your nails, long or short?
  • Pudding or custard?
  • Live in the past or present?
  • Smoke or chew?
  • Cubed or crushed ice?
  • Cadillac or Chrysler?
  • Night owl or early riser?
  • Taste or smell?
  • Sofa or recliner?
  • Quick temper or to have control?
  • Shag or tight pile?
  • Paint or paper?
  • Slippers or barefoot?
    Pen or pencil?
  • Savings or shopping?
  • Sugar or spice?
  • Eclectic or organized interior?
  • Pirates or a motorcycle gang?
  • Call or text?
  • Flower or vegetable garden?
  • Silver or gold?
  • Shower or bath?
  • Home garden or go to farmers market?
  • Surprise party or theme party?
  • Skylights or mirrored wall?
  • Girl Scout cookies or Keebler’s?
  • Prepaid or contract cell plan?
  • Stoneware or China?
  • College or trade school?
  • Car or truck?
  • For a snack something salty or sweet?
  • Plants or collectibles?
  • Roommate a neat freak or a messy person?
  • Wood or gas for a cook stove?
  • Ranch style or two-story home?
  • Candles or wax melts?
  • Frozen pizza or Dominoes?
  • Structured routine or go with the flow?
  • Green or white?
  • Money or fame?
  • Gas or charcoal grill?
  • Clean shaven or facial hair?
  • Christmas or Halloween?
  • Telepathy or teleporting?
  • Movies at home or in theaters?
  • Dominate or subservient?
  • When hanging toilet paper, over or under?
  • Security system or a dog?
  • Wax or shave?
  • Wise or lays?
  • Elegant or casual interior?
  • Chips Ahoy or Nabisco?
  • Rural or suburban?
  • Tattoo or piercings?
  • Houseboat or yacht?
  • Sleep in PJs or nude?
  • 4th of July or Memorial Day?
  • Egyptian cotton or silk?
  • Sun porch or deck?
  • Go to the bar or drink at home?
  • Shy or outgoing?
  • Open floor for living, dining, kitchen area or separated by walls and doors?
  • Manicure or make over?
  • Eye sight or hearing?
  • Date someone older or younger than yourself?
  • Metal or wood?
  • For dinning, paper plates or china?
    Hero or villain?
  • Costume party or pool party?
  • Sneakers or sandals?
  • Stainless steel or Teflon cookware?
  • Apartment or home?
  • Brains or beauty?
  • Strategy games or Bingo?
  • Loose leaf or teabag?
  • Stainless steel or porcelain sink?
  • Long or short hair?
  • GMC or Chevy?
  • Memorial Day or St. Patrick’s Day?
  • Contacts or glasses?
  • Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts?
  • Log cabin or contemporary style home?
  • Dog or cat?
  • Freckles or dimples?
  • A large crowd or a small party?
  • Natural or breast implants?
  • Elegant or casual dinner?
  • Farmhouse or shingle style home?
  • Glazed donut or jelly?
  • Cell phone or landline?
  • Kia or Saturn?
  • Rugs or hardwood floors?
  • Girl scouts or boy scouts?
  • Hunyadi or Nissan?
  • iOS or Android?
  • Work Hard or Play Hard?
  • Dog or Cat?
  • Train or Plane?
  • Football or Basketball?
  • Pop or Indie?
  • Tablet or Computer?
  • Mobile Games or Console Games?
  • Bath or Shower?
  • Cardio or Weights?
  • TV or Book?
  • Couch or Recliner?
  • Meat or Vegetables?
  • Swimming or Sunbathing?
  • While walking: Music or Podcasts?
  • Money or Free Time?
  • Cake or Pie?
  • Receive: Email or Letter?
  • Beer or Wine?
  • Toilet paper: Over or Under?
  • Cups in the cupboard: Right Side Up or Up Side Down?
  • Car or Truck?
  • Nice Car or Nice Home Interior?
  • Coke or Pepsi?
  • Blinds or Curtain?
  • High-tech or Low-tech?
  • International Vacation or a New TV?
  • At a movie: Candy or Popcorn?
  • Iced Coffee or Hot Coffee?
  • Save or Spend?
  • Phone or Phablet?
  • Coffee Cup or Thermos?
  • Blue or Red?

This or That Questions (Travel)

  • Group travel or alone?
  • Phoenix or St. Louis?
  • Grand Canyon or Jelly Stone?
  • New York City or Vegas?
  • Africa or Asia?
  • Architectural sites or shopping?
  • Carnival or theme park?
  • Portland or Seattle?
  • Tropical or artic?
  • Jamaica or Rio?
  • Mexico or Monte Carlo?
  • A cruise or romantic retreat package?
  • LA or Atlanta?
  • Renaissance fair or craft fair?
  • Train or bus?
  • Zoo or aquarium?
  • Drive or fly?
  • Anthropology dig or safari?
  • Spring or fall?
  • Hot tub or hot springs?
  • Flea market or mall?
  • Antiquing or Flea markets?
  • Museums or observatory?

This or That Questions (Sports)

  • Paintball or motocross?
  • Strategy or puzzle?
  • Nascar or drag racing?
  • Goalie or defenseman?
  • Triathlon or marathon running?
  • Poker or chess?
  • College or pro?
  • Deer or bear?
  • Elk or moose?
  • Lake or river?
  • Hunting or fishing?
  • Walking or jogging?
  • Skateboarding or swimming?
  • Weightlifting or pilates?
  • First base or outfielder?
  • Go to gym or home exercise?
  • Soccer or football?
  • Off road or race track?
  • Bowling or tennis?
  • Ocean or lake?
  • Eating whatever you want or eating healthy to stay in shape?
  • Skeet shoot or archery?
  • Computer or game consoles?
  • Xbox or PS?
  • Live action role playing or online gaming?
  • Skiing or surfing?
  • Swimming or reading?
  • Pacman or Tetris?
  • Multiplayer or single player?

 This or That Questions (Food and Drink)

  • Pastries or cookies?
  • Black beans or kidney beans?
  • Hot pretzels or nachos?
  • Jack Daniels or Jim Beam?
  • Oranges or peaches?
  • Pastries or confectionaries?
  • Food truck or diner?
  • Pastrami or bologna?
  • Sugar or chocolate chip cookies?
  • Popcorn or peanuts?
  • Peanuts or almonds?
  • Corn chips or Doritos?
  • Cook at home or take out?
  • Whole grain or white?
  • Iced or hot coffee?
  • Cheerios or corn puffs?
  • Over easy or poached eggs?
  • Breakfast pizza or breakfast sandwich?
  • Cake or donuts?
  • Licorice or fruit roll ups?
  • Mayo or salad dressing?
  • Denny’s or Crackerbarrel?
  • Burgers or seafood?
  • Lime or blueberry?
  • Ginger ale or Sprite?
  • Bacon or sausage?
  • Salad or squash?
  • Ketchup or mustard?
  • Sweet potato or French fries?
  • Drip coffee or instant?
  • Pizza or subs?
  • Cheddar and sour cream or salt and vinegar?
  • Grape or orange?
  • Deep fried or baked?
  • Pancakes or muffins?
  • Cupcake or Dingdong?
  • Swiss cake or Hoho?
  • Beer or mixed drinks?
  • Corn or peas?
  • Cheese fries or chili fries?
  • American or Mexican?
  • Green beans or broccoli?
  • Ribs or wings?
  • Biscuits or bread?
  • Apple or cherry pie?
  • Re-fried beans or rice?
  • Chinese or Italian?
  • Cheese and crackers or pretzels?
  • French fries or onion rings?
  • Eat in or dine out?
  • Tacos or chicken parmigiana?
  • Tic-tac or Altoids?
  • Fruit or vegetables?
  • Sour cream and onion chips or barbecue?
  • Dinner rolls or croissant rolls?
  • Grilled or pan fried?
  • Breakfast bar or Slimfast?
  • Almond Joy or Snickers?
  • Orange juice or grapefruit juice?
  • Pumpkin or blueberry?
  • Cake or pie?
  • Tootsie rolls or Skittles?
  • Stew or chili?
  • Payday or 5th avenue?
  • Wine or beer?
  • Reese’s peanut butter cup or Hershey’s bar?
  • Ihop or Wafflehouse?
  • Catalina or vinaigrette?
  • O’Henry or Baby Ruth?
  • Cashews or hazelnut?
  • Scrambled eggs or over easy?
  • Apples or bananas?

This or That Questions (Work)

  • Work in production or work for a company that invents great things to help the world population?
  • Salesman or lawyer?
  • Military or civilian?
  • Gas station attendant or sales clerk?
  • Wood working or automotive mechanic?
  • Professional bowler or poker player?
  • Work on a team or to work alone?
  • Artist or curator?
  • Government work or private sector?
  • Anthropologist or astronomer?
  • Plumber or stock market?
  • Railroad engineer or mechanical Engineer?
  • Fashion designer or interior designer?
  • Rock star or race car driver?
  • Newspaper editor or reporter?
  • Computer programmer or criminologist (CSI)?
  • Chef or Maître Di?
  • Invent something that would make you rich or save the world population from hunger?
  • Meetings all day or producing goods?
  • Dentist or podiatrist?
  • Working in a store with the public or working in research?
  • Work from home or commute to work?
  • A job you love or one that pays you more money?
  • Stock broker or day trader?
  • Office work or outside work?
  • Professional league coach or college coach?
  • Secret Service or private body guard?
  • Self-employed or a company man?
  • Janitor or IT tech?
  • Professional cheerleader or model?
  • Teacher or administrator?
  • Working with your hands or with a computer?
  • Actor or model?
  • Secretary or office manager?
  • Construction worker or artist?
  • Physical therapist or psychologist?
  • FBI agent or local police?
  • Journalist or photographer?
  • Landscaper or welder?
  • Boss or worker?