Random Question Generator







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Do you struggle to have a good conversation over dinner during Christmas? If so, you're certainly not the only one. The strange thing is that while we often think in advance about the clothes we are going to wear, what exactly we are going to eat, what we want to drink with dinner, who we invite, many people don't think beforehand about the conversations they want to have.

The idea is that conversations will naturally go well. And fortunately, they often do. Now the advice often is not to discuss political issues, though. But suppose you have trouble finding fun conversation material, what can you chat about?

Fortunately, Christmas itself provides plenty of options. In particular, asking what is someone's favorite is a fine way of asking questions. Below is a comprehensive list. Especially of questions about traditions and memories I will give many examples.

Here are 50 potential questions that could be appropriate to ask during a Christmas dinner: 

 

  1. What is your favorite part of the holiday season?
  2. What are your holiday traditions?
  3. What is your favorite holiday food or recipe?
  4. What is your favorite holiday movie or TV show?
  5. What is your favorite holiday song?
  6. What is your favorite holiday memory?
  7. What is the best gift you have ever received?
  8. What is the best gift you have ever given?
  9. What are your holiday plans this year?
  10. How do you celebrate Christmas in your culture or faith tradition?
  11. Do you have any holiday traditions that are unique to your family?
  12. What is your favorite holiday tradition?
  13. What are your holiday goals for this year?
  14. What are you most looking forward to about the holiday season?
  15. How do you decorate your home for the holidays?
  16. What is your favorite holiday decoration?
  17. What is your favorite holiday memory from childhood?
  18. What is your favorite holiday recipe to make or eat?
  19. What is your favorite holiday movie or TV show to watch with your family?
  20. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your friends?
  21. What is your favorite holiday memory with your significant other?
  22. What are your holiday travel plans this year?
  23. What is your favorite holiday destination?
  24. What is your favorite holiday memory from traveling?
  25. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your children?
  26. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to children?
  27. What is your favorite holiday activity to do with your family?
  28. What is your favorite holiday memory with your extended family?
  29. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your extended family?
  30. What is your favorite holiday recipe that has been passed down in your family?
  31. What is your favorite holiday memory from your grandparents?
  32. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your grandparents?
  33. What is your favorite holiday memory from your parents?
  34. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your parents?
  35. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to your parents?
  36. What is your favorite holiday memory from your siblings?
  37. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your siblings?
  38. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to your siblings?
  39. What is your favorite holiday memory from your friends?
  40. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your friends?
  41. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to your friends?
  42. What is your favorite holiday memory from your coworkers?
  43. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your coworkers?
  44. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to your coworkers?
  45. What is your favorite holiday memory from your community?
  46. What is your favorite holiday tradition to do with your community?
  47. What is your favorite holiday gift to give to your community?
  48. What is your favorite holiday charity to support?
  49. What is your favorite way to give back during the holiday season?
  50. What is your favorite way to spread holiday cheer?

 

Have fun having interesting conversations. And don't forget to keep asking, of course! Sometimes you do have to keep asking to get to depth and interesting conversations.