If you were to fast-forward your life five years, where would you be and what would you be doing? What changes would people see in you?
If you were going to a costume party next week, what costume would you wear?
If you could grant any three wishes to one person, to whom would you grant them? Why?
If you were to get a tattoo, what would it be and where would you put it?
Group leaders frequently use icebreakers to get the group members to interact with one another. Historical questions work well. I have heard or used questions such as,
- “What historical figure would you most like to meet?”
- “If you could go back in time, what historical event would you most like to witness?”
- “If you were throwing a dinner party and you could invite any eight people from any time in history, who would you invite and why?
Well, here is a related question for you to answer in the comment section below.
If you could capture any event in history on videotape, which one event would it be?
If you could be any age for the rest of your life, what age would you choose? Why?
If you were a great explorer, what would you explore?
If you could make one character from any work of fiction come to life, what character would you select?
If you could trade places with anyone for one week, who would you want to trade with and why?
If you had to do your life over, what one thing would you do differently? Explain.