125 'This Or That Questions' To Play With Kids On Family Game Night

125 This Or That Questions Perfect For Family Game Night

April 27, 2020 Updated August 17, 2020

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How well do you know your friends? Your hubby? What about your kids? Heck, how well do your kids know their friends? This or that questions are a great way to get to know someone or test how well they already know you. They’re perfect for bonding over a campfire or keeping a Zoom meeting with school friends rolling. They’re also an excellent distraction tool for long car rides or extended visits in waiting rooms. This is actually a super fun game to play as a family and makes for a great addition to family game night.

How To Play

You can also ask This or That questions in the form of a game. Before you ask each question, decide how you’d answer the question. Next, ask your partner to answer to guess your answer. If they get it right, move on to the next choice. If they get it right, it’s their turn to ask a question.

The Questions

Cats or dogs?

Country or city?

Old or new?

Salty or sweet?

Gold or silver?

Lakes or oceans?

Rivers or ponds?

Mountains or deserts?

Tropical jungle or safari?

Country or Hip-Hop?

Pop or Rock?

Taylor Swift or Kanye West?

Shoes or barefoot?

New clothes or new phone/toys/cars?

Toast or eggs?

Scrambled or fried?

Netflix or Hulu?

Disney+ or Netflix?

Mickey or Donald?

Donald or Goofy?

Mickey Mouse or Kermit the Frog?

Kermit the Frog or Elmo?

A day with your best friend or a party with everyone you know?

Drive or fly?

Text or call?

Beef or chicken?

Pancakes or waffles?

Cake or pie?

Cookies or brownies?

Cookies or cookie dough?

Chocolate or vanilla?

Taco or burrito?

Pasta or bread?

Swimming or sunning?

Book or movie?

Money or power?

Car or truck?

Big yard or small yard?

Funny or smart?

Pretty or smart?

Pretty or funny?

Vacation: Activities or relaxing?

Fancy car or fancy house?

Worst Chores: Dishes or laundry? Dusting or vacuuming? Bathroom or kitchen?

Pool or shuffleboard?

Soccer or football?

Baseball or basketball?

Water skiing or snow skiing?

Watch sports or play sports?

Pirates or ninjas?

Toilet paper goes under or over?

Fruits or veggies?

Meat or fruits/veggies?

Milkshakes or smoothies?

Horror movie or comedy?

Winter or summer?

Spring or Autumn?

Would you rather be without heat or without AC?

Hot sandwich or cold?

Walk or run?

Singing or dancing?

Novel or graphic novel?

Batman or Spider-man?

Survivor or Big Brother?

Day or night?

Bath or shower?

Library or bookstore?

Books or magazines?

Leather or lace?

Art museum or history museum?

Stuffed animals or dolls?

Disney or Nickelodeon?

Love or money?

Plays or musicals?

Rain or sunshine?

Hawaii or Alaska?

Paper or plastic?

Bacon or sausage?

Ice cream or Fro-yo?

Breakfast or dinner?

Tattoos or piercings?

Ketchup or mustard?

Pizza or pasta?

Burgers or hot dogs?

Milk or juice?

Reading or writing?

Snow White or Cinderella?

Rapunzel or Merida?

Anna or Elsa?

Ariel or Jasmine?

Family or Friends?

Chicken nuggets or chicken fingers?

Sweet or sour?

Chips or french fries?

Taco Bell or Burger King?

Mashed potatoes or baked potatoes?

Soda or water?

Tea or coffee?

Black or with additives?

Gatorade or Powerade?

Air dry or blow-dry?

Manicure or pedicure?

Pants or shorts?

Skirt or dress?

Dressed up or dressed down?

Boxers or briefs?

Bikini or one-piece?

Sponge Bob or Patrick?

Mickey or Minnie?

Goofy or Donald?

Star Wars or Star Trek?

Harry Potter or Percy Jackson?

Reptiles or bugs?

Carnival or fair?

Disney or Universal?

Water Park or amusement park?

Palm tree or pine tree?

Zoo or Aquarium?

Roller rink or bowling alley?

Rome or Florence?

Florence or Paris?

Pasta or croissants?

Croissants or bagels?

Bagels or English muffins?

Cream cheese or butter?

Kim Kardashian West or Khloé Kardashian?

Bravo or E!?

Donald Glover or Childish Gambino?

Frozen or Frozen 2?

The Office or Parks And Rec?

Beyoncé or Destiny’s Child?

Grey’s Anatomy or House?

Sneakers or sandals?

Sandals or flip flops?

Summer rain or fall rain?

Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts?

Dunkin’ Donuts or Tim Hortons?

Chocolate or vanilla donuts?

Puppies or kittens?