322 Best Either Or Questions (The Ultimate List) - IcebreakerIdeas (2023)

Susan Box Mann / June 30th 2021 / No Comments

As the title implies, this article deals with questions that make a comparison and/or a choice. Life is full of choices, some of which must be made very quickly, and some which require deep thought or reflection. Some are about fun, food, and recreation. Others involve a choice which may affect the rest of our life.

Table of Contents

  • 1 Either Or Questions
  • 2 Which Is Better
  • 3 This or That Questions
    • 3.1 Related Posts

In this article, we offer a selection of Either/Or Questions designed for nearly everyone. We begin with a section on “Either Or Questions,” which involves relatively clear and concise personal preferences. Next, we have “Which Is Better Questions” designed to elicit opinions. Finally, we have “This or That Questions,” a section a bit more light-hearted and fun in which participants must make a quick choice between two succinct options. Either/or questions have many uses, among them:

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  • Icebreakers at parties
  • To start a conversation
  • As a party game
  • In a classroom or any other group as an introductory exercise

However you choose to use them, enjoy!

Either Or Questions

When we ask either/or questions, we need to be prepared for some surprises. Frequently, we consider the choice to be obvious, but personal opinion enters in, creating some unexpected responses.

Our choices are not always logical. They may be based upon past experience or our childhood and be filled with emotion. Either/or questions can be fun, but they can also polarize participants.

You may not want to go through the whole list, but instead pick out those you think fit the person or situation. You have many to choose from!

  • Ambition or comfort?
  • 50’s music or 80’s music?
  • Android or iPhone?
  • Facebook or Twitter?
  • People or animals?
  • Bagels or toast?
  • USB backup or Cloud storage?
  • Instagram or Snapchat?
  • Share food or do not share food?
  • Tattoos or piercings?
  • Watch sports or play sports?
  • Winning the lottery or landing your dream job?
  • Working hard or hardly working?
  • Vegetarian or meat-eating?
  • Fast food or health food?
  • Blue or green eyes?
  • Loud neighbors or nosey neighbors?
  • Outer space or the bottom of the sea?
  • Christmas or your birthday?
  • Smartest person in the world or richest person in the world?
  • Save 100 strangers or one loved one?
  • See the future or change the past?
  • Time machine or magic wand?
  • Logic or emotion?
  • Clutter in the closet or clutter under the bed?
  • Words or actions?
  • Passion or stability?
  • Growth or security?
  • Apathy or obsession?
  • Skill or popularity?
  • Poor and happy or rich and miserable?
  • Cherished or respected?
  • Happy endings or sad endings?
  • False hope or unnecessary anxiety?
  • Rekindled friendship or rekindled romance?
  • Bar soap or body wash?
  • Stained clothes or wrinkled clothes?
  • Girl friends or guy friends?
  • Predictability or excitement?
  • Success or happiness?
  • Organic produce or regular produce?
  • Bikini or one-piece bathing suit?
  • Regret or doubt?
  • Speeding ticket or parking ticket?
  • Books or magazines?
  • Wine or beer?
  • Spanish or French?
  • Fruits or vegetables?
  • Doctor Who or The Walking Dead?
  • Gold or silver?
  • Witches or wizards?
  • Breakfast or dinner?
  • Apartment or house?
  • Brown hair or black?
  • Toilet paper over or under?
  • Misquoted movies or mistaken lyrics?
  • Texting or calling?
  • Burgers or tacos?
  • Freedom or hope?
  • Apples or oranges?
  • Bad breath or body odor?
  • Top shelf or bargain buy?
  • Sports car or pickup truck?
  • Couch potato or fitness fiend?
  • Sponge or paper towel?
  • White bread or wheat bread?
  • Dyed hair or natural color?
  • Piercings or no piercings?
  • French fries or onion rings?
  • Orange juice or apple juice?
  • Purple grape or green grape?
  • Ice cream or sherbet?
  • Macaroni salad or potato salad?
  • Sweet candy or sour candy?
  • Dark chocolate or milk chocolate?
  • Crunchy peanut butter or smooth peanut butter?
  • Rich or successful?
  • Perfect teeth or perfect hair?
  • Big party or small gathering?
  • Classical art or modern art?
  • Skydiving or bungee jumping?
  • Rich friend or loyal friend?
  • A week of summer or a week of winter?
  • Underestimated or overestimated?
  • Movie at home or movie at the theater?
  • Horror movie or comedy movie?
  • Falling leaves or blooming flowers?
  • Cold weather or warm weather?
  • Wild animals or domestic animals?
  • Walk slow or walk fast?
  • Name brand or discount?
  • Potted plant or bouquet of flowers?
  • Bad haircut or bad dye job?
  • No company or bad company?
  • Dirty bathroom or dirty kitchen?
  • Swimming or building sand castles?
  • Muddy floor or dusty floor?
  • Cleaning a litter box or walking a dog?
  • Hand soap or hand sanitizer?
  • Painful truth or comforting lie?
  • Clothes on the floor or clothes in the hamper?
  • Leader or follower?
  • Salary or hourly?
  • Work hard or play hard?
  • Foreign vacation or domestic vacation?
  • Interstate or back roads?
  • Travel in a plane or by car?
  • Live in a warm climate or one with all four seasons?
  • Dressing on the side or dressing on top?
  • Ramen or chicken noodle?

Which Is Better

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A Which Is Better question seeks personal opinions on a variety of subjects. They cover everything from personal relationships to everyday food choices. Some relate to common, everyday living. Some require deep thought. And others are purely fun.

These questions work well to get the conversational ball rolling. It is also amusing to watch the first reaction of the answerer and anyone else listening.

  • Having money or love?
  • Being respected or loved?
  • Being too warm or too cold?
  • Living in a big or small family?
  • Reading the book or seeing the movie?
  • Buying a brand name or generic item?
  • Using credit or cash?
  • Living in the city or country?
  • Cooking on an electric stove or gas stove?
  • Drinking Coca-Cola or Pepsi?
  • Having a digital or analog watch?
  • Getting up early or staying up late?
  • Learning from education or experience?
  • Reading fiction or nonfiction?
  • Eating ice cream or frozen yogurt?
  • Watching a funny movie or a dramatic movie?
  • Giving or receiving?
  • Celebrating Christmas or Halloween?
  • Having carpet or hardwood floors?
  • Having great looks or a great personality?
  • Eating at McDonald’s or Burger King?
  • Owing money or owing a favor?
  • Having a breakfast of pancakes or waffles?
  • Using paper or plastic?
  • Writing with a pencil or pen?
  • Making plans or winging it?
  • Putting together a puzzle or playing a board game?
  • Shopping online or shopping in-store?
  • Using staples or paper clips?
  • Grilling steak or chicken?
  • Giving a gift that is store-bought or homemade?
  • Having success or happiness?
  • Watching or playing sports?
  • Having straight or curly hair?
  • Arriving early or arriving late?
  • Having a night out or staying home?
  • Visiting an art museum or history museum?
  • Playing video games or computer games?
  • Spending time with family or friends?
  • Having money or being famous?
  • Visiting the mountains or beach?
  • Being rich and famous or rich and unknown?
  • Being the passenger or the driver?
  • Having roommates or living alone?
  • Attending a party or hosting a party?
  • Losing sleep or skipping a meal?
  • Visiting Alaska or Hawaii?
  • Watching reality shows or documentaries?
  • Taking a vacation or staycation?
  • Tasting something sweet or something salty?
  • Wearing sandals or sneakers?
  • Being forgotten or being remembered for all the wrong reasons?
  • Being employed and tired or rich and bored?
  • Dying in a terrible accident or being horribly and painfully injured?
  • Having salad for lunch or a sandwich?
  • Taking a shower or a tub bath?
  • Swimming in a pool or in the ocean?
  • Being afraid or embarrassed?
  • Cooking a meal or having someone cook for you?
  • Starting work late or leaving work early?
  • Hanging out with little kids or older folks?
  • Being hot and sweating or cold and shivering?
  • Being totally honesty or considering someone’s feelings?
  • Saving your money or spending it?
  • Working at the office or working at home?
  • Having a collection of stuffed animals or dolls?
  • Taking a plane or a train?
  • Visiting an amusement park or water park?
  • Taking turns paying or splitting the bill?
  • Sleeping with the bedroom door closed or open?
  • Cleaning up as you cook or cleaning up at the end?
  • Playing board games or video games?
  • Having facial hair or being clean-shaven?
  • Living a life full of highs and lows or an unvarying life?
  • Spending a month without a car or a month without the internet?
  • Adopting a puppy or adopting a child?
  • Having a beautiful partner or kind partner?
  • Changing and improving your personality or your looks?
  • Choosing how you die or when you die?
  • Losing your sight or your hearing?
  • Getting a call before dawn or in the middle of the night?
  • Taking a friend on your family vacation or joining a friend on their family vacation?
  • Winning the lottery or finding your soulmate?
  • Being accurate or being fast?
  • Testing the water or diving into the deep end?
  • Putting glasses in the cupboard right side up or upside down?
  • Being alone or in a crowd?
  • Marry or have a live-in relationship?
  • Eating fast food or dining in a sit-down restaurant?
  • Having a glass half full or glass half empty?
  • Using your phone in the bathroom or not using your phone in bathroom?
  • A store where every item is free or a restaurant where every dish is calorie free?
  • Using a physical planner or a digital planner?
  • Dull pain for one day or intense pain for ten minutes?
  • Wash dishes by hand or use the dishwasher?
  • Unload the dishwasher or load the dishwasher?
  • Live-it-up now or prepare for the future?

This or That Questions

Short, simple, and to the point, our This or That Questions provide a quick and fun way to find out some interesting preferences. Most need no discussion, simply a speedy answer, which adds to the fun and guarantees honest answers.

  • Bike or car?
  • Car or motorcycle?
  • Comedy or drama?
  • Comedy or horror?
  • Concert or super bowl?
  • Day or night?
  • Pancakes or waffles?
  • Football game or basketball game?
  • Coffee or tea?
  • After shave or cologne?
  • French fries or onion rings?
  • Skiing or snowboarding?
  • Google or Bing?
  • Coffee date or cocktail date?
  • Guacamole or salsa?
  • Hamburgers or hot dogs?
  • Hot chocolate or coffee?
  • Hot coffee or iced coffee?
  • Leather or lace?
  • Cat or dog?
  • Library or museum?
  • Living room or bedroom?
  • Loud or quiet?
  • Messy desk or clean desk?
  • Milk or juice?
  • Morning or evening?
  • Painting or drawing?
  • Pandas or whales?
  • Pasta or pizza?
  • Phone or computer?
  • Photos or videos?
  • Physical work or mental work?
  • Scooby Doo or Tom and Jerry?
  • Piercings or tattoos?
  • Rain or snow?
  • Red wine or white wine?
  • Singing or dancing?
  • Sneezing or coughing?
  • Snow White or Cinderella?
  • Souvenirs or postcards?
  • Talking or listening?
  • Text message or call?
  • Theatre or cinema?
  • T-Shirts or sweaters?
  • TV show or movie?
  • Weekends or holidays?
  • Weird or crazy?
  • Sitting or standing?
  • Skates or bike?
  • Zombies or vampires?
  • Boxers or briefs?
  • Grilled or fried?
  • Ketchup or ranch?
  • Bananas or apples?
  • Silly hats or silly socks?
  • Chocolate or vanilla?
  • Dragons or unicorns?
  • Toys or candy?
  • Batman or Superman?
  • Zoo or aquarium?
  • Disneyworld or Legoland?
  • Pizza party or pool party?
  • Lake or ocean?
  • Sight or sound?
  • Sweeping or vacuuming?
  • Laundry or dishes?
  • Rare or well-done?
  • Mild or spicy?
  • Hot sub or cold sub?
  • Straight hair or curly hair?
  • Blonde or brunette?
  • Tall or short?
  • Colors or neutrals?
  • Makeup or all-natural?
  • Glasses or contacts?
  • Purse or backpack?
  • Tattoos or no tattoos?
  • Belt or no belt?
  • Hat or hairdo?
  • Bow tie or necktie?
  • Sporty or chic?
  • Casual or formal?
  • Air dry or hairdryer?
  • Straightener or curling iron?
  • Jewelry or no jewelry?
  • Hair up or hair down?
  • Dress or skirt?
  • Freckles or dimples?
  • Sunset or sunrise?
  • Mountains or the city?
  • East coast or west coast?
  • Annuals or perennials?
  • Walk or run?
  • Play or concert?
  • Star Wars or Star Trek?
  • Air conditioner or fresh air?
  • Mansion or practical home?
  • Pedicure or manicure?
  • Heroes or villains?
  • Fame or fortune?
  • Introvert or extrovert?
  • Visit the future or visit the past?
  • Big wedding or elope?
  • Book or eBook?
  • Arctic or the desert?
  • Antique or brand new?
  • Charming or genuine?
  • Jogging or hiking?
  • Sneakers or sandals?
  • Passenger or driver?
  • TV or book?
  • Muffin or cupcake?
  • Bacon or sausage?
  • Rap or rock?
  • Bicycle or motorcycle?

Well, there you have it, Either/Or Questions about everything you might encounter at home, at work – doing anything, anywhere, at any time. You will find they work well as ice-breakers, for date conversation, or as a fun family or party game. Start asking and have fun!

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Neither, nor, either and or are examples of words in English. Depending on how they are used in a sentence they take different forms of word class or parts of speech. These include adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, determiners, and pronouns.

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/ˌaɪ.ðərˈɔːr/ /ˌiː.ðərˈɔːr/ used to refer to a situation in which there is a choice between two different plans of action, but both together are not possible: It's an either-or situation - we can buy a new car this year or we can go on vacation, but we can't do both. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

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(Entry 1 of 4) 1 : being the one and the other of two : each flowers blooming on either side of the walk plays either instrument well. 2 : being the one or the other of two take either road. either. pronoun.

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The rule: always use the singular form of the verb in phrases and clauses that begin with either of and neither of, regardless of the number of the noun that follows. When it came to choosing between mango ice cream and Key lime pie, it was a win-win situation. Either of them is delicious!

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When used as a conjunction, “either” implies one of two or more elements. However, if it's an adjective (meaning “one and/or the other”) or a pronoun (meaning “the one or the other”), then “either” implies one of two only.

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Either is used where one is required and there are multiple options, usually two. It can be used for more than two but it is most often is used for only 2 options.

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Either...Or ('one or another') is used in affirmative sentences to offer a choice between two possibilities, or to express a cause-effect relationship: I can serve you either a hot chocolate, or a glass of chilled white wine. You can choose between hot chocolate and chilled white wine.

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Either usually comes at the end of a sentence or clause. I don't like sushi either. I am not studying accounts either.

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Either–or arguments prominently feature a statement of the form P or Q, which is called an either–or statement . (sometimes known as a disjunction, though we will reserve that term for a valid form of argument). P and Q are the alternatives , known by logicians as disjuncts.

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10 other ways to say "How are you?"
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  3. How's everything?
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  6. What's going on?
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  8. What's up?

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What to ask when choosing between two things? ›

Scroll down for some fun and interesting 'this or that' questions!
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Funny This Or That Questions For Friends
  • Skates or bike?
  • Watch sports or play sports?
  • Yoga pants or jeans?
  • Flip-flops or sneakers?
  • Marvel or DC?
  • Bubble bath or shower?
  • Costume party or pool party?
  • Lost or found?
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What are good icebreaker questions? ›

Great Icebreaker Questions
  • What's the best piece of advice you've ever been given?
  • When you die, what do you want to be remembered for?
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  • What is your absolute dream job?
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What would do fun questions? ›

“What Would You Do?” Questions
  • What would you do if you had only 24 hours to live?
  • What would you do if you found out you could stop time?
  • What would you do if you were rich?
  • What would you do if you were the ruler of a country for a day?
  • What would you do if you were swimming and lost your bathing suit?
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How do I pick between two friends? ›

Say that you appreciate both of them and tell them why. Say something like, "I really like both of you, and don't want to choose just one as a best friend". You can be specific and say what you like about each and try to point out what they like about each other at the same time.

What are 50 questions to ask? ›

Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.
  • Who is your hero?
  • If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
  • What is your biggest fear?
  • What is your favorite family vacation?
  • What would you change about yourself if you could?
  • What really makes you angry?

What are some good questions for 20 Questions game? ›

  • Have You Ever Dine And Dashed At A Restaurant? ...
  • Would You Rather Have Endless Money Or Endless Love? ...
  • Have You Ever Been In A Car Crash — And It Was Your Fault? ...
  • If You Could Star In A Movie, What Movie Would It Be? ...
  • What Is Your Most Frequently Used Emoji? ...
  • What Was The Last Thing You Stole Or Shoplifted?
17 Oct 2017

What is a fun quick ice breaker? ›

Two Truths and a Lie

One of the more classic ice breakers in the list, Two Truths and a Lie can be used anywhere from family parties to company events. To play, you simply ask each person to brainstorm three "facts" about themselves -- two of the facts will be true, and one will be a lie.

What are 5 random questions? ›

And now...for the most random questions ever!
  • If You Had Three Wishes, What Would You Wish For?
  • What Would You Rather Throw Away: Love Or Money?
  • What's The Most Beautiful Place You've Ever Seen?
  • What Was Your Fondest Memory Of High School?
  • What's Your Favorite TV Show?
  • What's The Strangest Thing In Your Refrigerator?
31 Jul 2020

What are special questions? ›

SPECIAL QUESTIONS, or WH-QUESTIONS. These questions begin with the following question words: Who, what, which, where, when, why, how, how many, how much, how long, how often. These interrogative words show the information is required. Special questions may refer to any part of the sentence.

What are 3 things questions? ›

Conversation Questions Talk About Three Things
  • Can you talk about three names you go by?
  • Can you talk about three things you like about yourself?
  • Can you talk about three things you dislike about yourself?
  • Can you talk about three parts of your heritage?
  • Can you talk about three things that scare you?

Would you rather questions for mature adults? ›

“Would You Rather” Questions for Adults
  • Would you rather have a completely automated home or a self-driving car? ...
  • Would you rather never be stuck in traffic again or never get another cold? ...
  • Would you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods?
28 Apr 2021

What are some flirty questions? ›

75 Flirty Questions to Ask a Girl
  • What physical feature do you find most attractive in a guy? ...
  • Do you believe in love at first sight? ...
  • If I could take you out right now, where would you want to go?
  • What are your biggest turn-ons? ...
  • Do you believe in the idea of a soulmate? ...
  • Who is your celebrity crush?
3 Dec 2021

Would you rather questions to crush? ›

Simple “Would You Rather” Questions
  • "Would you rather watch the sunset or sunrise?"
  • "Would you rather go alone to see your favorite musician in concert or go to a BBQ with your closest friends?"
  • "Would you rather dress up and go clubbing or stay home in sweats?"
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