Looking for laughter generating funny ice breakers? Some ice breakers are fun and funny and their goal is to help your participants enjoy meeting each other. These ice breakers generate laughter which contributes to a genuinely relaxed meeting environment. See sample fun and funny ice breakers for meetings and training sessions.
You can use these questions as funny ice breakers. Your participants will appreciate starting out their meeting with laughter. They'll enjoy the chance to share something about themselves, that is not too personal, in a comfortable, supportive environment.
Here are guidelines about how to facilitate and use these ice breaker questions for meetings.
Fun and Funny Ice Breakers
Here are sample ice breaker questions for you to use in meetings. Your feedback about how they worked is always welcome.
- If you were a vegetable, what vegetable would you be?
- If you woke up tomorrow as an animal, what animal would you choose to be and why?
- If you could live anywhere on this planet, and take everything that you love with you, where would you choose to live? Tell the group about your choice.
- What favorite color are you and how does being that color make you feel? (Example, I am purple.)
- If you could choose an imaginary friend, who would you choose and why?
- If you could sit on a bench in a beautiful woods, who would you like sitting next to you on the bench and why?
- Are you sunrise, daylight, twilight, or night? Please share why you picked your time of day?
- If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?
- If you could be in the movie of your choice, what movie would you choose and what character would you play?
- If you could meet any historical figure, who would you choose and why?
- If you were a city, which city would you choose and why?
- What are your ten favorite foods?
- If you were a candy bar, which candy bar would you be? Share why.
- If you were to change your name, what would you change your name to? Why?
- Are you spring, summer, fall, or winter? Please share why.
- If you were stranded on a desert island, what three items would you want to have with you?
- Share your favorite material object that you already own?
- What item, that you don't have already, would you most like to own?
- If you could only choose one vacation destination where would you pick and why?
- If you were to create a slogan for your life, what would it be? (Example: Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow, we all die.)
More Recommended Ice Breaker Questions for Meetings and Work
These are additional sample questions that you can use to start out your meeting, retreat, or training class. In the right circumstances, use the ice breaker question as the focus or content of the meeting.
- Ice Breaker Questions to Get to Know Meeting Participants
- Thoughtful Team Builder Ice Breakers
- Ice Breaker Questions for Meetings
Periodically, I plan to add to these sample ice breaker questions, so you may want to save the page for future reference.