Looking to get to know a girl a little bit better or need some questions for a girl you’ve known long time? Tired of the same old small talk questions? We’re here to help with a list of interesting and engaging questions to ask a girl. These aren’t your normal run of the mill questions and some can actually get quite deep.
These questions will definitely get an interesting conversation going. You can pick and choose the ones you like or you can just ask them all. I added a bit of commentary about how to use each question and some possible ways to take the conversation. You can read through the commentary or just skip it. Your choice.
These questions are great as stand alone questions to ask a girl, but for a really great conversation you’ll want to ask her plenty of follow up questions. Enjoy the great conversation, you can thank me later! If you’d prefer an image or PDF of our first 50 questions to ask a girl we’ve got that at the bottom of the page.
Questions to ask a girl list
This first list of questions to ask a girl is a great place to start. Each question has some commentary that might help with the questions but feel free to ignore the commentary if you want. There’s also many more excellent questions to ask a girl without commentary below the first set.
Question 1: What random stranger has had the biggest impact on your life?
This is one that she’ll probably have to take some time to think about, because it’s not a common question. But it can be a lot of fun to answer and can be quite thought provoking as well. Plus, she’ll get to tell a story about her past and how it affects who she is today; which is always good to know.
To keep the conversation going; remember to ask more details about her story, ask about other random strangers that had an impact on her life, or tell her about a random stranger that had a big impact on your life.
Question 2: What achievement are you proud of but most people would consider silly or weird?
This question is a great way to find out more about who she really is and what she finds interesting / fun. If the girl you are talking to is a girlfriend you might be able to use that info to create a game / competition that only you and she plays or it might turn out to be great for future gift ideas. However she answers this question, you’ll probably learn something new and interesting about her. Don’t forget to ask a lot about the details.
Question 3: What period in history had the best fashion?
Not all girls are into fashion, but a fair number of them are. Even if she isn’t way into fashion, she still might like this question. It’s probably something she has an opinion on, but I can almost guarantee no one has ever asked her. To expand the conversation, you might want to ask about if different time periods were better for different genders.
Question 4: What silly or funny thing makes you afraid or creeps you out?
This is a fun question that doesn’t quite delve into deep fears, but can still get strong reaction. You can talk about why the thing creeps her out and if she has any funny stories about the thing she is afraid of. You could also move the topic into more serious fears if you wanted to get a bit deeper. But feel free to keep it light and talk about humorous fears.
Question 5: How quickly do you jump to conclusions about people?
This one is a great question to find out more about how she views other people and what stereotypes she has. To further the conversation, you can ask her about what she thought of you the first time she saw or met you. Or you can ask her about what the telltale signs for a good and bad person are.
Question 6: How would the world change if super heroes and super villains actually existed?
This is a question to get the creative juices flowing and I’m sure you both can come up with some funny and interesting situations that would arise if super heroes / villains existed. Sure, the girl you are talking to might not be too into this question if they don’t like comics or watching super hero movies. But with how popular super hero movies are, it’s probably a safe bet she’ll enjoy this question. If she doesn’t like those types of movies though, you might want to give this one a pass.
Question 7: What would be your strategy for surviving an apocalyptic epidemic?
Another one that is a bit off the wall, but I’m sure we’ve all thought about it. Especially with how popular post apocalyptic shows, movies, and books are. This one is an easy one to expand into a long conversation, because you can discuss the merits of each strategy compared with each scenario. I mean, there have literally been books written about this. So yeah, lots to talk about. Especially if you two are into the post apocalyptic genre.
Question 8: What is the most important change that should be made to your country’s education system?
This one is a bit more serious. But you can see how much she is into social change and probably get a good idea of her political leanings. Or you might find that she doesn’t really care about it. Either way it’s good intel. You can easily expand this question by bouncing different ideas off of each other and talking about the merits of each idea.
Question 9: What is something you think you will regret in the future not starting now and what is something you already regret not starting sooner?
Oh procrastination. Yep, we all do it. This will let you know how much she procrastinates as well as letting you know about what some of her goals are and what she finds important. Try not to nag her about her answers, because one, she probably already feels bad about it and two, you probably have stuff that you should’ve already started. If your goals line up, it’s a great way to get a conversation going about what you both would like to accomplish in the future. Also, it’s great opportunity to complain about how busy the present is.
Question 10: What part of your culture are you most and least proud of?
Our culture makes up a large part of who we are and she is no different. This one can get a bit deep but it’s definitely fertile ground for a good conversation. So dive in on cultural matters and see where you both have similar viewpoints and where you differ. There will be lots of chances for follow up questions. Just remember, listen and ask questions; don’t just think of the next thing you are going to say.