100 Funny Questions to Ask a Girl on a Dating App Like Tinder, Bumble, or Hinge

I dont know about you, but for me, the hardest part of online dating isnt the matching, or even the actual dating. Its what happens in between: The messaging. Sometimes it flows and feels natural, but other times… yikes. The struggle is real. To keep the conversation interesting (and kickstart it again if it ever starts to stall out), I’ve learned that it’s important to have a few go-to questions to ask on Bumble. That way, a lack of conversation inspiration won’t mean losing a potential match.

I know, I know. It’s tempting to go the simple route. Questions like “How’s your weekend?” or “What are you up to?” come to mind. But, according to Clare O’Connor, Bumble’s Head of Editorial Content, brainstorming some creative Bumble messages, especially questions, is worth the effort. When it comes to keeping your conversations lively, she recommends “tak[ing] a cue from their profile.” O’Connor explains, “It can be as simple as noticing a photo of your connection playing Scrabble and offering to take them on sometime in a virtual game, or seeing that they’re a fan of Tex-Mex and chiming in with your personal favorite taco spot in your city.”

Even if you can’t bond over tacos, you can still find other ways to make the conversation more interesting. “If their profile isnt providing much inspiration, you can put the ball in their court but still keep the tone breezy by asking them to share their three most frequently used emojis,” she suggests. But there’s a caveat: “Make sure to share yours first to break the ice!” IRL conversations are about give and take, and virtual convos are no different.

So on dating apps, don’t be reluctant to put yourself out there. Chances are, the person on the other side of the conversation will be happy that youre taking the conversation in a unique direction. Plus, by keeping the questions fun and interesting, the questions will feel more flirtatious and less like a job interview. Plus, they can help you weed out the meaningful connections from the ones that fall flat.

And this advice is coming straight from Bumble. “Personalized and thoughtful responses can go a long way when creating that initial bond with someone new,” another rep explains. “It could be as simple as chatting about a shared passion or interest based on what a person shares on their profile, but that spark will ultimately help move the connection beyond the ‘getting to know you’ phase.”

Having a few tried-and-true Bumble questions in your back pocket can a fun, helpful way to find out if someone really is a good match for you. It can even give you a better understanding of their beliefs and values, which are also pretty important. Like, if someone hates cats, I need to know that from the jump so I can peace out before we meet face to face. (Sorry, not sorry, but not loving cats is a dealbreaker for me.) Best of all, it takes what could be an awkward, stressful part of dating apps and makes it actually enjoyable.

The key to asking questions on Bumble is to get the person thinking and engaged, but also to ask questions that actually give you a chance to get to know who the person on the other side of the screen is. Just make sure to save a few of these for when you do go on that first face-to-face date. Remember, you’re looking for a partner, not a pen pal.

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Funny Questions to Ask a Girl on a Dating App

It might be difficult to imagine, but not everyone is an animal person. So, while this question is funny, it will give you an idea about her animal preferences. If this is something that is important to you, then this is a humorous way to ask if she’s a dog, cat, or no-animal kind of girl.

Question #2: What do you think was a better “discovery,” Amazon or Avocados?

This one is a bit “out there,” but that’s the point. I mean, who compares Amazon with avocados, right? That right there is just funny. But at the same time, you can discuss whether anyone actually “discovered” Amazon or rather invented it.

Question #3: Would you have your little toe surgically removed for $1,000,000?

This is a crazy question. Think about it! Who would want to remove their little toe? Probably no one. I’m sure she’ll laugh, but it also gets at something deeper. It will tell you how much she values money.

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The key to asking questions on Bumble is to get the person thinking and engaged, but also to ask questions that actually give you a chance to get to know who the person on the other side of the screen is. Just make sure to save a few of these for when you do go on that first face-to-face date. Remember, you’re looking for a partner, not a pen pal.

Having a few tried-and-true Bumble questions in your back pocket can a fun, helpful way to find out if someone really is a good match for you. It can even give you a better understanding of their beliefs and values, which are also pretty important. Like, if someone hates cats, I need to know that from the jump so I can peace out before we meet face to face. (Sorry, not sorry, but not loving cats is a dealbreaker for me.) Best of all, it takes what could be an awkward, stressful part of dating apps and makes it actually enjoyable.

I dont know about you, but for me, the hardest part of online dating isnt the matching, or even the actual dating. Its what happens in between: The messaging. Sometimes it flows and feels natural, but other times… yikes. The struggle is real. To keep the conversation interesting (and kickstart it again if it ever starts to stall out), I’ve learned that it’s important to have a few go-to questions to ask on Bumble. That way, a lack of conversation inspiration won’t mean losing a potential match.

So on dating apps, don’t be reluctant to put yourself out there. Chances are, the person on the other side of the conversation will be happy that youre taking the conversation in a unique direction. Plus, by keeping the questions fun and interesting, the questions will feel more flirtatious and less like a job interview. Plus, they can help you weed out the meaningful connections from the ones that fall flat.

And this advice is coming straight from Bumble. “Personalized and thoughtful responses can go a long way when creating that initial bond with someone new,” another rep explains. “It could be as simple as chatting about a shared passion or interest based on what a person shares on their profile, but that spark will ultimately help move the connection beyond the ‘getting to know you’ phase.”

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