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.
What place would you like to visit?
Where is the highest you have been and not in an airplane?
What is your favorite thing about spring?
What major company would you like to work for?
What is the most dramatic view you have seen?
What is the prettiest place you have been?
What sports team do you love to see lose?
Would you ever live in New York City? Why?
What is your dream car?
What is the closest you have been to a lighting strike?
What is the closest you have been to a natural disaster?
What was the last national park you visited?
What national park would you like to go to?
What is the biggest snowstorm you can remember?
When was the worst storm you where ever in?
How do you think the world will end?
Would you ever want to live in London?
What bugs you most about air travel?
What would be the easiest foreign country for you to make a living in?
Where is the scarcest place you have ever traveled to?
What is the worst air travel experience you have ever had?
What environmental message do you disagree with?
What environmental cause do you feel strongly about?
Are you affected by jetlag?
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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Although nature commences with reason and ends in experience it is necessary for us to do the opposite, that is to commence with experience and from this to proceed to investigate the reason. - Leonardo da Vinci