170+ Deep Questions to Ask a Girl

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Are you looking for deep questions to ask a girl to make her think? Then look no further as we have the largest collection of ready-to-use examples.

Just select questions you like the most in advance as you will have to work these into your normal discussion. If you start asking these unnaturally (one by another) you may make her feel awkward instead.

Please, let us know which one works for you the most (or which one you like the most) in the comments section below this article.

DEEP QUESTIONS TO MAKE HER THINK

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DEEP QUESTIONS TO MAKE HER THINK

CHOOSE FROM EXAMPLES BELOW:

1. “Do you believe everything happens for a reason, or do we just find reasons after things happen?”

2. “If you lost everything tomorrow, whose arms would you run into to make everything ok?”

3. “What’s your favorite vacation memory from when you were a child?”

4. “If you could travel 50 years into the future, but never return, would you do it?”

5. “What’s one thing you’ve done, but will never end up doing again?”

6. “Would your life be better or worse, if you knew the time and place where you would die?”

7. “What is the most important thing a person can do to improve themselves?”

8. “Would you rather know a lot about a little, or a little about a lot?”

9. “Do you think your childhood was happier than others?”

10. “Do you think that humans as a species have gotten better through the generations or worse? Why?”

11. “Would you rather follow your dreams but never fall in love or fall in love but have no ambition or life goals?”

12. “What about yourself do you find the most pride in?”

13. “What are some examples of small changes that can be made that really improve the lives of a country’s citizens?”

14. “What is your biggest fear and what would be the first step to overcoming it?”

15. “If tomorrow you woke up with a new quality, talent or ability, what would you like it to be?”

16. “What or who would you sacrifice your life for?”

17. “Do you believe things happen for a reason?”

18. “If you could pick one, would you rather have infinite money or love?”

19. “When looking for a SO, what three things are most important (besides looks)?”

20. “If you had to leave your country for good, where would you go?”

21. “What is your greatest accomplishment?”

22. “What makes a person truly evil? Are they born that way or did their environment make them that way?”

23. “What do you think the secret to a good life is?”

24. “What is better? Listening to your heart or to your head?”

25. “Will humans spread out among the stars or just be a brief blip in Earth’s history?”

26. “If you had a past life, who do you think you would have been in that life?”

27. “What is your definition of emotional intimacy?”

28. “How much is a human life worth and are some lives worth more than others?”

29. “If you didn´t have to worry about money, what would you do all day long?”

30. “Do you think that true love really exists?”

31. “What lies do you most often tell yourself?”

32. “If you could trade 1 year of your life for $100,000, how many years would you trade in?”

33. “Tell me about your three weaknesses.”

34. “Do you think that war is inevitable or can it be ended completely?”

35. “What is something that everyone should be trained to be able to do?”

36. “What would you rather be; extremely attractive and poor or extremely rich and less attractive?”

37. “Do you think the future will be better than the present? Why?”

38. “If you had the superpower to slow down the time, what would you do?”

39. “What is one thing you were afraid to do but felt amazing after you accomplished it?”

40. “What single event has had the biggest impact on who you are?”

41. “If you could have complete knowledge of any five topics, what would you want to know?”

42. “What has been the most embarrassing moment in your life?”

43. “Do you think human morality is learned or innate?”

44. “What do you think is the purpose of art in a society?”

45. “What is the most thoughtful gift you have ever given?”

46. “For which reasons do you most often judge people?”

47. “If we could live forever, would life become meaningless (or less meaningful)?”

48. “Tell me about 5 things that make you truly smile.”

49. “What keeps you up at night?”

50. “Which is more important: success, or happiness?”

51. “What impact do you want to leave on the world?”

52. “What’s the most extreme example of poverty you have seen?”

53. “Would you rather be traveling the world, or building a home?”

54. “If you could be an animal for a day, which one would you be?”

55. “What are some examples of outside behaviors that are symptoms of inner emotional scars?”

56. “How can we support each other in hard times?”

57. “Where is your happy space?”

58. “What do a lot of parents do that screws up their kid?”

59. “What part of your life would you like to simplify?”

60. “How do you think your friends would describe you in three words?”

61. “Why does society place such a high value on beauty when it serves no functional purpose?”

62. “What was the worst phase you´ve gone through in your life?”

63. “If you are made the ruler of the world, what would you change?”

64. “Why are there so many people who are lonely? Why is it so hard for people to make real connections when almost everyone wants to make real connections?”

65. “Is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?”

66. “Do you believe in soul mates?”

67. “What are the most common roadblocks that stop people from achieving their dreams?”

68. “Do you believe in the idea of karma?”

69. “If you were going to die at midnight, what would you be doing at 11:45 pm?”

70. “Do you think past matters in a relationship?”

71. “If science makes it possible to predict which people will be more likely to commit crimes, should the highest risk individuals be jailed or killed before they can commit crimes?”

72. “What would you do if you had only 1 day left to live?”

73. “Would you sacrifice yourself for a stranger?”

74. “Why have apocalyptic games, movies, shows, and books become so popular in the past few years? What does it say about our culture or society?”

75. “What is the most important thing you have learned in life?”

76. “Would you be willing to break the law to save your family member?”

77. “What do you hope you grow out of?”

78. “If your house was on fire and you could save only one possesion, what would you save?”

79. “What have you done to pursue your dreams lately? How about today?”

80. “How much do you judge a person by their appearance?”

81. “What job do you think you were born to do?”

82. “Was there a teacher who inspired you the most at school?”

83. “What was one of the happiest moments of your childhood?”

84. “What are you most grateful for in your life?”

85. “Would you be more impressed by a grand gesture or a small one?”

86. “If you found out your current life has been just a dream, would you choose to wake up?” [You don’t know if your real life would be better or worse.]

87. “Who is your biggest influence in life?”

88. “What acts of kindness do you think would create the most change around the world?”

89. “What impression do you try to give when you first meet someone?”

90. “What about yourself do you find the most pride in?”

91. “When you first meet a person, what do you tend to notice about them?”

92. “Who or what inspires you to be a better person?”

93. “What is most likely to bring about the extinction of the human race?”

94. “What do you feel is your greatest strength?”

95. “What is the best and worst part of your personality?”

96. “Do you feel you have a purpose or a mission in your life?”

97. “What do you consider a wasted life?”

98. “How important do you find physical attraction?”

99. “If you could describe yourself in one word, what would it be?”

100. “To you, what do a perfect life consists of?”

101. “What do you think makes people want to date several people at the same time?”

102. “Why do most people fear honest feedback and evaluation? How well do you receive criticism from others?”

103. “When you’re 90 years old, what will matter most to you in the world?”

104. “What are a few things that must be present in order for you to want to continue dating someone?”

105. “What do you think is the best way to earn another person’s respect?”

106. “How do you apply the learning from your past mistakes to your actions today?”

107. “What is the first thing that attracts you to someone?”

108. “When is it necessary to take the law into your hands?”

109. “What would you change about your life if you knew you would never die?”

110. “Do you dread going to get the mail or do you get excited?”

111. “What are the best ways to inspire or motivate people?”

112. “How do you celebrate the things you do have in your life?”

113. “Do you believe in wealth as a state of mind rather than financial status?”

114. “What is your biggest passion?”

115. “Do you think your significant other can be both your best friend and your lover?”

116. “What was a life-changing experience you’ve had?”

117. “When someone sees your name on caller ID, what thoughts and feelings do you want them to have?”

118. “What would you have to see to cry tears of joy?”

119. “How many people do you truly love? What are you doing for them?”

120. “Do you feel experiences shape people or people shape experiences?”

121. “Imagine yourself in twenty years. What do you see?”

122. “What stops people from understanding themselves?”

123. “If there was one person you’ve lost that you could talk to for one hour, who would it be?”

124. “Wha do you think is the meaning of life?”

125. “What is the weirdest thing about you to most people?”

126. “Is there anything you’re waiting to do only with your husband?”

127. “What is the hardest lesson you had to learn in life?”

128. “What’s the best piece of advice your grandma ever gave to you?”

129. “What is one personality trait of yours you would want to pass on to your children?”

130. “What advice would you give your younger self?”

131. “What would you want to be said about you after you die?”

132. “Thinking back to your teenage years, if your children were to be the same way, are you worried or excited?”

133. “What do you think happens after we die?”

134. “What do you really love to do? Do you do it often? If you answer no, why not?”

135. “Do you believe Hollywood sets unrealistic expectations for love and marriage?”

136. “What would you do if you would be invisible?”

137. “What is one area in your life where you feel like something is missing?”

138. “Do you think you can find love multiple times or only once in a lifetime?”

139. “What is your most amazing memory?”

140. “Do you think there is an afterlife?”

141. “What’s on your bucket list this year?”

142. “If you could be anywhere now, where would you be?”

143. “When things break, do you prefer to fix them or replace them?”

144. “Do you think alien life exists?”

145. “What do you want to do before you die?”

146. “Standing at the gates of heaven, and God asks you “Why should I let you in?” What do you reply?”

147. “What do you wish you had more time for?”

148. “Is there something you stopped doing, even though you love it?”

149. “What is the honor, and does it even matter anymore?”

150. “What one thing you did in your life would you change if you had to do it over?”

151. “Do you believe in life having a purpose, do you have one?”

152. “If you could write a note to your younger self, what would you say in only three words?”

153. “If you had a friend who spoke to and treated you the same way you speak to and treat yourself, would you still remain friends?

154. “Is it more difficult for you to look into someone’s eyes and tell them you like them or to look into someone’s eyes and tell them you don’t have feelings for them?”

155. “Does truth exist without evidence? Without proof of something, can it really be considered truth?”

156. “How do you find the strength to do what you know in your heart is right?”

157. “What is your passion in life?”

158. “In your life, what has been the biggest blessing in disguise?”

159. “How will today matter in five years from now?”

160. “What is it according to you, which can be called the essence of being human?”

161. “When was the last time you tried something new?”

162. “What are three moral rules you will never break?”

163. “What’s the hardest thing you’ve ever been through?”

164. “What would you do differently if you knew that no one was judging you?”

165. “If you got to choose between fifty years of being incredibly happy or to live forever and be unhappy, what would you choose?”

166. “What would you wish to accomplish in life if you could only accomplish one thing?”

167. “If you could watch everything that happened in your life until now, would you enjoy it?”

168. “Would you rather end all wars or world hunger?”

169. “What’s one thing that no one else knows about you?”

170. “If you were told you have a terminal illness, how would you take the news?”

171. “If you had a week to live and could do any five things in the world, what would they be?”

Hey folks! My pen name is James Buzinko (a.k.a. Stallion) and I want to make this THE GREATEST place for every guy to master the arts of love, dating and attraction! I am young, free and my motto is "Carpe Diem". My tips helped over 35 000 000 readers to date.