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1. Where did you grow up? This is a great icebreaker that gets someone talking
about the past, which often puts others atease.

2. Do you have any pets?
People love their pets, and inquiring about them encourages further conversation. And, even if the person
you're chatting with doesn't have any, it's
still a good start.

3. What's your favorite book? Instead of asking what people are
reading right now, which can be a bit too intimate,asking about a book they
love can create a mutual connection.

4. What's the first thing
you do after work? Do you kick off your shoes? Hit the gym? Asking how people relax makes them feel relaxed.

​5. What's your dream job?
Even at acorporate gathering, inquiring about someone's dream job is a fun way to get a
conversation started.

 6. If you could live
anywhere in the world,where would it be? Not everyone gets to travel tons, making this a fun question for anyone.

 7. What countries have you
traveled to?Even if you haven't traveled the world, asking if others have encourages someone to share memories.

 8. Do you like to cook?
Asking about favorite dishes and culinary adventures sparks delicious dishing.

 9. What's your favorite
food? Everyone eats, making this an icebreaker that works anywhere, anytime.

 10. What's your favorite
drink? A wonderfully basic question, asking
about best-loved bever ages works at any gathering.

 11. Do you have a favorite local restaurant? This is a
great conversation to get people talking about their favorite local hangouts,
which puts everyone at ease.

 12. What's your favorite
movie? You can find out a lot about a person when you chat about a favorite movie. Follow it up with specific questions, such
as scene stealers and actors in the flick.

 13. What movie are you
dying to see? Jump in with a question that involves everyone and will get a group chatting over new releases.

 14. What are you watching on
TV? This is another question that won't offend and is open-ended, encouraging even the super shy to start chatting.

 15. What's the last concert
 you went to?Another easygoing question for one-on-one conversation or for jumping into agroup
conversation. And it's a fun way to find out what kinds of music your new
friends listen to.

 16. What's the craziest
thing you've ever done? For those who are ready to make a bold first impression, this is a question that
gets attention and can lead to fun conversation.

 17. If you were stranded on
a deserted island and you could have
only one item, what would it be? Yes, a classicone-liner, but this convo
starter always gets a good answer.

 18. What's your favorite
season? Here's a question that works well with the "it's always easy to
talk about the weather" concept. Follow up by asking about the current weather conditions, and you have a conversation.

 19. Do you speak any other
languages?Asking a semi personal question encourages others to share information about
themselves without feeling guarded.

 20. Do you have anything
fun planned for the weekend? Make chatting easy by asking about future plans —
without setting off a stalker vibe. Keep it
light and share your plans too.

 21. Where's your favorite
place to hang outin town? Here is another fun way to start a conversation about
your community without being threatening.
And it opens discussion to favorite restaurants,bars, and shops.

 22. I like your shirt!
Where did you get it? A genuine compliment makes anyone smile.

 23. I can't place this song
— do you know it? Hey, even if you know the tune, asking someone else about the music playing is
a simple start.

 24. How long have you been
at your job?Even at a corporate event, asking others about their job titles, roles, and how long they
have been at the company breaks the ice.

 25. Tell me about something
that made you laugh this week. Everyone loves a good laugh! Asking about
something that brought on a chuckle makes anyone smile.

 26. If you had a million
dollars, what would you do with it? A bit more direct, but asking a specific question that requires
thought can really make an impression.

 27. How are you today?
Sure, this is a no-brainer question, but it gets people talking.

 28. Where is the best place
you have ever visited? Taking a vacation is always wonderful. Asking someone
new about a favorite destination is always an easy way to start talking.

 29. Did you hear about (something trendingin the
news)?Pick something pretty generic, remembering to stay away from politics and religion, and
the conversation will get rolling.

 30. So, what's your story?
OK, this one is border line pick-up line, but it's also a direct approach for chatting.

 31. This place is awesome!
Have you been here before? Complimenting the venue is a positive way to chat with others.

 32. If you could be an
animal, what would you be and why? Just don't roar after asking! This question
is also a fun and light way to break the ice.

 33. If you could invite a famous person over for
dinner, who would it be? Also an often-used convo starter, this question has
lasted the test of time, which makes it a winner anywhere, anytime.

 34. What's your favorite
holiday? Open and generic, a basic question is an
easy way to start mingling.

 35. What's the craziest
thing you've evereaten? Here's another fun question that gets people talking!
And it's a great question to use when you feel awkward joining a group that's already chatting.

 36. What is one thing you
couldn't live without? Wine? Chocolate? Bread? There's no wrong answer to this question,which
makes it another winner.

 37. Have you ever won
anything? It feels good when you win something, so asking someone about this special moment encourages sharing.

 38. Do you have any
brothers or sisters?Slightly personal without requiring too much info, asking others about their family is a smart
way to make connections.

 39. Have you ever met
anyone famous? Abrush with a famous
person is always a thrill, making talking about it
with a stranger a fun icebreaker.

 40. Do you prefer texting, calling, or
emailing? Emailing! This is actually a great question to ask someone after you have made a connection. Follow
up by asking for your new friend's phone numberor email address.