Where in the world you are is going to affect your view on the rest of the world. This category provides a breakdown of where we are where we chose to go and where we would like to go. To a lesser extent questions of weather and seasons are dealt with here as well.
How easy would it be for you to take a year off?
What is the furthest north you have traveled?
Would you ever live in Los Angeles?
Did you ever get left behind as a child?
If you could go on a vacation anywhere in the US where would it be?
What is your favorite thing about winter?
If you could go on a vacation anywhere in Europe where would it be?
Where is the farthest you have traveled from here?
What is the furthest south you have traveled?
What is your favorite thing about summer?
What is the furthest west you have traveled?
if you could live in any other country for 2 years where would you go?
What is the furthest east you have traveled?
When was the last time you were lost?
What is your favorite season?
What is the prettiest city you have ever been to?
When was the first time you went fishing?
Where did you go on vacation as a child?
What was the last vacation you went on?
How far would you drive to save $20?
If you could vacation anywhere in the world, where would it be?
What is the most beautiful language?
What is the farthest you have ever walked?
Who taught you to drive?
These questions come for multiple sources our contributors are our users. As such many of the questions assume that the questioner and/or questioned are at least 19 years old. However the vast majority are broadly applicable. All questions are family friendly and should not bring uncomfortable questions from younger children. Likewise the questions will not expand the vocabulary of those you children. Please uses these questions to improve the quality of time you spend with your family. If you are spending quality family time it makes it easier to spend quantity time with them as well.
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When you see something that is technically sweet, you go ahead and do it and you argue about what to do about it only after you have had your technical success. That is the way it was with the atomic bomb. - J. Robert Oppenheimer