150 Family Feud Questions

Family Feud is among the most popular and longest-lasting game shows on American TV.

The game mechanics are simple. Two groups compete against each other for a cash prize, to name the most popular answers to survey questions.

The game is so fun and well-received that after it’s television debut, several other game versions came out, such as board games, video games, computer games, and even mobile games.

Nowadays, it has also become increasingly popular as party games. 

Our favorite part about Family Feud is the ridiculously funny answers that you get from the contestants. The answers they give are, most of the time, so hilarious that the participants either end up embarrassing themselves or you end up being embarrassed for them. Regardless, it's all in good fun.

If you’re planning on playing Family Feud for your next event, here are 150 questions we have gathered for you. Use them as they are, add to them, or modify them to suit the occasion. We have provided four possible answers to the questions we have 
compiled, but again, feel free to add to these, to match your audience or participants. 

Have fun! And remember, what is said in Family Feud, stays in Family Feud!

  1. Name a place you should be really quiet at
  • Church.

  • Library.

  • Cinema.

  • Museum.

  1. Name something you think of when you hear the word BABY
  • Diapers.

  • Toys.

  • Crying.

  • Sleepless nights.

  1. Name something hard to do with one hand
  • Wash the dishes.

  • Play video games.

  • Put on clothes.

  • Using a hammer.

  1. Name something you buy at the airport
  • Tickets.

  • Books.

  • Snacks.

  • Drinks.

  1. Name something a person does at least once a day
  • Brush teeth.

  • Shower.

  • Eat.

  • Sleep.

  1. Name a word that rhymes with honey
  • Money.

  • Bunny.

  • Funny.

  • Journey.

  1. Name a food that children hate
  • Broccoli.

  • Eggplant.

  • Spinach.

  • Beans.

  1. Name a punishment a parent would give their teenagers
  • Taking their cell phone.

  • Turning off the internet.

  • Not allowing them to go out.

  • Giving them more than their usual chores.

  1. Name something you do to say sorry to your partner after a fight
  • Bring them flowers.

  • Cook them dinner.

  • Just apologize.

  • Buy them a gift.

  1. Name someone you wouldn’t invite to your wedding
  • Your ex.

  • Anyone against your wedding.

  • Your unruly friend/relative.

  • Someone prone to start drama.

  1. Name something you share with your neighbors
  • Driveway.

  • Fence.

  • Carport

  • Garbage bin storage.

  1. Name something a first date would lie to you about
  • Their job.

  • Their relationship status.

  • Their age.

  • Their name.

  1. Name something that should always come in pairs
  • Shoes.

  • Socks.

  • Scissors.

  • Gloves.

  1. Name something hairy
  • A dog.

  • Men’s chest.

  • Legs.

  • Kiwi fruit.

  1. Name something you thought was real when you were a child
  • Santa Claus.

  • Easter bunny.

  • Aliens.

  • Bigfoot.

  1. Name something you would immediately do after a breakup
  • Cry.

  • Go on a date.

  • Binge on alcohol.

  • Eat tons of ice cream.

  1. Name a body part that starts with "K"
  • Knee.

  • Knuckle.

  • Kidney.

  • Kneepan.

  1. Name a dish that is best served cold
  • Ice cream.

  • Revenge.

  • Sashimi.

  • Salad.

  1. Name a stupid thing you do when you’re drunk
  • Drive.

  • Online shop.

  • Say stupid things.

  • Dance topless.

  1. Name something teenagers always complain about
  • They’re hungry.

  • The number of chores they do.

  • Not enough pocket money.

  • They need a new phone.

  1. Name something you have to have before you leave the house
  • Clothes.

  • Keys.

  • Wallet.

  • Phone.

  1. Name something you’d buy if you won $1,000
  • Phone.

  • Designer bag.

  • Shoes.

  • New TV.

  1. Name something you share with your friends on a night out
  • Ride.

  • Drinks.

  • Bill.

  • Snacks.

  1. Name something you never share with anyone
  • Toothbrush.

  • Underwear.

  • ATM pin.

  • Dental floss.

  1. Name the first things that you do in the morning
  • Have breakfast.

  • Check your phone.

  • Shower.

  • Exercise.

  1. Name things you find under the couch
  • Coins.

  • Food wrappers.

  • Toys.

  • Food crumbs.

  1. Name something you had before that will puzzle your kids now
  • Cassette player.

  • Floppy disks.

  • Dial-up internet.

  • The yellow pages.

  1. Name something colorful
  • Rainbow.

  • Unicorn.

  • Trolls.

  • Rubik’s cube.

  1. Name a country that starts with "I"
  • India.

  • Ireland.

  • Indonesia.

  • Iceland.

  1. Name something you bring to a gym
  • Towel.

  • Water bottle.

  • Gym shoes.

  • Headphones.

  1. Name something you need to live
  • Water.

  • Food.

  • Oxygen.

  • Clothing.

  1. Name something that flies
  • Time.

  • Airplane.

  • Bird.

  • Balloon.

  1. Name something that is best when hot
  • Coffee.

  • Soup.

  • Pie.

  • Baked pasta.

  1. Name something you give your mother on mother’s day
  • Flowers.

  • Card.

  • Massage or spa voucher.

  • Gift cards.

  1. Name something you do on a family trip
  • Camping.

  • Swimming.

  • Amusement park.

  • Hiking.

  1. Name something you do on your computer
  • Check emails.

  • Watch videos.

  • Play games.

  • Google stuff.

  1. Name a place you would bring a toddler to
  • Park.

  • Zoo.

  • Pools.

  • Amusement park.

  1. Name a snack you would have at the movies
  • Popcorn.

  • Chocolates.

  • Potato chips.

  • Ice cream.

  1. Name something to do on a first date
  • Dine out.

  • Watch a movie.

  • Have a picnic.

  • Bar hop.

  1. Name something you serve at a BBQ party
  • Cocktails.

  • Meat.

  • Salad.

  • Buns.

  1. Name something white
  • Teeth.

  • Clouds.

  • Flour.

  • Milk.

  1. Name somewhere you’re allowed to be loud
  • In the bar.

  • At a concert.

  • At a game in a sports center.

  • At a race track.

  1. Name something that needs to harden to serve its purpose
  • Ice.

  • Cement.

  • Hot glue.

  • Clay.

  1. Name something you bring on an international flight
  • Passport.

  • Ticket.

  • Luggage.

  • Neck pillow.

  1. Name something you don’t want to hear your doctor say
  • “Oh, oh.”

  • “I have bad news.”

  • “This doesn’t look good.”

  • “Close your eyes.”

  1. Name an excuse you tell your teacher for not doing your homework
  • “The dog ate it.”

  • “I was sick.”

  • “I lost it.”

  • "I forgot it at home."

  1. Name a piece of furniture that’s in every house
  • Dining table.

  • Bed.

  • Chair.

  • Desk.

  1. Name a food any kid would eat
  • Ice cream.

  • Spaghetti.

  • French fries.

  • Fried chicken.

  1. Name something an overnight bag should have
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste.

  • Deodorant.

  • Change of clothes.

  • Underwear.

  1. Name something inside your wallet
  • Driver’s license.

  • Cash.

  • Cards.

  • Receipts.

  1. Name something inside a diaper bag
  • Diapers.

  • Milk bottle.

  • Change of clothes.

  • Toys.

  1. Name something you attend church for other than Sunday services
  • Wedding.

  • Baptism.

  • Funeral.

  • Confirmation.

  1. Name things parents scold you about
  • Being lazy.

  • Sleeping in.

  • Sneaking out.

  • Being on your phone too much.

  1. Name something inside a school bag
  • Lunch.

  • Pens.

  • Books.

  • Paper.

  1. Name the colors of the rainbow
  • Red.

  • Orange.

  • Yellow.

  • Green.

  • Blue.

  • Violet.

  1. Name a body part that has a hole
  • Ears.

  • Nose.

  • Mouth.

  • Belly button.

  1. Name something you do when you can’t sleep
  • Drink milk.

  • Read a book.

  • Count sheep.

  • Browse your phone.

  1. Name a meal that needs cheese
  • Cheeseburger.

  • Pizza.

  • Mac and cheese.

  • Cheese sandwich.

  1. Name a body part you pierce other than your ears
  • Tongue.

  • Belly button.

  • Nose.

  • Eyebrows.

  1. Other than swimming, name something you do at the beach
  • Sunbathe.

  • Surf.

  • Build sandcastles.

  • Jog.

  1. Name something that deteriorates or something you lose as you get old
  • Hair.

  • Hearing.

  • Memory.

  • Vision.

  1. Name something you do to your hair
  • Comb it.

  • Wash it.

  • Cut it.

  • Color it.

  1. Name something you can cook in the oven
  • Meat.

  • Cake.

  • Cookies.

  • Vegetables.

  1. Name people that work in hospitals other than doctors
  • Nurses.

  • Physical therapists.

  • Healthcare assistants.

  • Receptionists.

  1. Name possible reasons for a breakup
  • Cheating.

  • Incompatibility.

  • You’ve grown apart.

  • You haven’t gotten over your ex.

  1. Name something you bring home from a hotel, intentionally or not
  • Toiletries.

  • Slippers.

  • Towels.

  • Key card.

  1. Name something you use every day
  • Spoon.

  • Toothbrush.

  • Hands.

  • Eyes.

  1. Name a body part that comes in pairs
  • Eyes.

  • Hands.

  • Ears.

  • Feet.

  • Lungs.

  • Kidneys.

  1. Name something at home your family shares the use of
  • Toothpaste.

  • Shampoo.

  • Milk.

  • Hairdryer.

  1. Name a reason for you not going to work
  • Sick.

  • On holiday/vacation leave.

  • It’s the weekend.

  • Took the day off.

  1. Name a social media platform other than Facebook
  • Instagram.

  • Tiktok.

  • Twitter.

  • LinkedIn.

  1. Name something you put on your toast
  • Butter.

  • Jam.

  • Honey.

  • Jelly.

  1. Name something you put in your sandwich
  • Ham.

  • Cheese.

  • Peanut butter.

  • Salami.

  1. Name something you borrow from the library
  • Books.

  • DVDs.

  • Magazines.

  • CDs.

  1. Name a fridge item that you always run out of
  • Milk.

  • Eggs.

  • Butter.

  • Soda.

  1. Name a type of jewelry men often wear
  • Ring.

  • Bracelet.

  • Necklace.

  • Earrings.

  1. Name a common fear
  • Heights.

  • Spiders.

  • Water.

  • Ghosts.

  1. Name something you need when you go camping
  • Tent.

  • Sleeping bag.

  • Lighter/match.

  • Food.

  1. Name a sport without balls
  • Wrestling.

  • Swimming.

  • Boxing.

  • Karate.

  1. Name something you wear a helmet for
  • Riding a bike/motorbike.

  • Baseball.

  • Construction work.

  • Karting.

  1. Name a chore at home
  • Bringing out the rubbish.

  • Washing the dishes.

  • Doing the laundry.

  • Cleaning the toilet.

  1. Name something you ride on at an amusement park
  • Rollercoaster.

  • Bump cars.

  • Merry-go-round

  • Tower drops.

  1. Name a team sport
  • Basketball.

  • Football.

  • Baseball.

  • Volleyball.

  1. Name something you don’t want to be seen doing in public
  • Showering.

  • Pooping.

  • Crying.

  • Dressing.

  1. Name something you wear on your hands
  • Watch.

  • Ring.

  • Bracelet.

  • Medical alert bracelet.

  1. Name a reason babies cry
  • Hungry.

  • Dirty diaper.

  • Sleepy.

  • Something hurts.

  1. Name something that needs coins to operate
  • Gumball machine.

  • Parking meter.

  • Vending machine.

  • Jukebox.

  1. Name a finger other than your thumb
  • Index.

  • Ring.

  • Pinky.

  • Middle.

  1. Name a body part that grows long
  • Hair.

  • Nails.

  • Eyebrows.

  • Mustache.

  1. Name something you pop
  • Balloon.

  • Pimple.

  • Champagne bottle.

  • Knee.

  1. Name something you do at a playground
  • Monkey bars.

  • Slide.

  • Swing.

  • Seesaw.

  1. Name something you do to your clothes other than wearing them
  • Wash.

  • Iron.

  • Fold.

  • Sew.

  1. Name something you can’t do with a closed fist
  • Write.

  • High five.

  • Sign language.

  • Use a screwdriver.

  1. Name something you want to get rid of
  • Excess weight.

  • Pimples.

  • Debt.

  • Problems.

  1. Name something that comes to mind about Australia
  • Kangaroos.

  • Koalas.

  • The outback.

  • Bondi Beach.

  1. Name household machines that do the chores
  • Dishwasher.

  • Washing machine.

  • Vacuum cleaner.

  • Dryer.

  1. Name a vegetable that comes in different colors
  • Bell pepper.

  • Cabbage.

  • Radish.

  • Tomato.

  1. Name something that’s made of silver
  • Cutlery.

  • Jewelry.

  • Bullet.

  • Candelabra1.

  1. Name a fruit you have to peel before you can eat it
  • Banana.

  • Orange.

  • Pineapple.

  • Coconut.

  1. Name something you put on when heading to the beach
  • Swimsuit.

  • Sunblock.

  • Hat.

  • Sunglasses.

  1. Name a delicious fried food
  • Fried chicken.

  • Fries.

  • Donuts.

  • Cracklings.

  1. Name a reason for screaming
  • Scared.

  • Hurt.

  • Angry.

  • Surprised.

  1. Name a green animal
  • Turtle.

  • Lizard.

  • Crocodile.

  • Parrot.

  1. Name something you put a clip on
  • Paper.

  • Hair.

  • Clothes.

  • Cloth diapers.

  1. Name something with four wheels aside from a car
  • Skateboard.

  • Roller skate.

  • Pull wagon.

  • Luggage.

  1. Name something clear
  • Water.

  • Glass.

  • Vision.

  • Cling wrap.

  1. Name something that has an alarm
  • Clock.

  • Smoke detector.

  • Car.

  • Phone.

  1. Name something that you see in all horror movies
  • Blood.

  • Darkness.

  • Creepy stuff.

  • Blood.

  1. Name something purple
  • Eggplant.

  • Bruise.

  • Flower.

  • The shade of the rainbow.

  1. Name something that bounces
  • Ball.

  • Cheque.

  • Trampoline.

  • Bouncy castle.

  1. Name something you suck on
  • Straw.

  • Lollipop.

  • Popsicle.

  • Cigarette.

  1. Name something you can’t reverse
  • Time.

  • Death.

  • Aging.

  • Growth.

  1. Name something you forget at school
  • Lunch bag.

  • Jacket.

  • Book.

  • Hat.

  1. Name something you're going at pretending to do
  • Sleeping.

  • Working.

  • Studying.

  • Listening.

  1. Name something black and white
  • Chessboard.

  • Cartoon Network.

  • Piano Keys.

  • Old TV.

  1. Name something that is made of wood
  • Furniture.

  • Treehouse.

  • Door.

  • Ceiling.

  1. Name something that can be wavy
  • The ocean.

  • Hair.

  • A pattern.

  • Old telephone cords.

  1. Name the professions that respond to an emergency
  • Police.

  • Firefighters.

  • Paramedics.

  • Doctors.

  1. Name something that needs gas to operate
  • Car.

  • BBQ.

  • Gas stove.

  • Boat.

  1. Name a sport where you have to swing something
  • Baseball.

  • Tennis.

  • Golf.

  • Badminton.

  1. Name something that revolves
  • Door.

  • Gun.

  • Turntable.

  • A spinning top.

  1. Name something you can’t do in the dark
  • Read.

  • Paint.

  • Sew.

  • Write.

  1. Name something that has a knob
  • Door.

  • Oven.

  • Shower mixer.

  • Old radios.

  1. Name something you press the buzzer for
  • Doorbell.

  • End of the game at basketball.

  • Call bell at the hospital.

  • At a reception desk.

  1. Name something that tastes better with milk
  • Coffee or tea.

  • Cereal.

  • Oreos.

  • Pancake mix.

  1. Name something that can be toasted
  • Bread.

  • Seeds.

  • Garlic.

  • Nuts.

  1. Name something you can live in apart from a house
  • Boat.

  • Campervan.

  • Car.

  • Tent.

  1. Name something you can only see in the dark
  • Stars.

  • Moon.

  • Light.

  • Fireflies.

  1. Name something that floats in water
  • Boat.

  • Life jacket.

  • Plastic.

  • Garbage.

  1. Name something you brush
  • Teeth.

  • Hair.

  • Tile floor.

  • Clothes.

  1. Name something that has a siren
  • Police car.

  • Firetruck.

  • Ambulance.

  • Toys.

  1. Name something you can do after you turn 21
  • Drink.

  • Drive.

  • Buy cigarettes.

  • Enter a club.

  1. Name something that has a zipper
  • Jacket.

  • Bag.

  • Pants.

  • Wallet.

  1. Name something you use for navigation except your phone
  • Paper map.

  • GPS.

  • Compass.

  • The sun/shadows.

  1. Name something you bite on but can’t swallow
  • Straw.

  • Spoon.

  • Nails.

  • Tongue.

  1. Name something addictive
  • Chocolates.

  • Video games.

  • Cigarettes.

  • TV shows.

  1. Name something you use to start a fire
  • Matches.

  • Lighter.

  • Flare gun.

  • Stone and wood.

  1. Name something explosive
  • Bomb.

  • Firework.

  • Gas tank.

  • News.

  1. Name the games you play at a party
  1. Name something with stripes
  • Zebra.

  • Pedestrian lane.

  • BBQ’d steak.

  • Tiger.

  1. Name something you measure at home
  • Baking ingredients.

  • Weight.

  • Children’s height.

  • Rooms and furniture.

  1. Name something that needs stuffing
  • Stuffed toy.

  • Pillow.

  • Turkey.

  • Bean bag.

  1. Name something that needs batteries replaced every once in a while
  • TV remote.

  • Car.

  • Toys.

  • Flashlight.

  1. Name a food that you order to be delivered when you don't feel like cooking
  • Pizza.

  • Chinese food.

  • Chicken.

  • Mexican.

  1. Name something you don't want your parents to catch you doing
  • Sneaking out.

  • Coming home late and sneaking in.

  • “Borrowing” money from their wallet.

  • Smoking. 

  1. Name something you don’t want to see your dog chewing on
  • Shoes.

  • Books.

  • Phone.

  • Cash.

  1. Name something at home that you are always looking for
  • Pair of your socks.

  • TV remote.

  • Car keys.

  • Phone.

  1. Name something you can only do during winter
  • Skiing.

  • Wear four-layered clothing.

  • Build a snowman.

  • Ice skating.

  1. Name some games you can play on a road trip
  • I Spy.

  • Punch buggy.

  • 20 questions.

  • Would You Rather?

  1. Name something that's hard to do while you're kneeling
  • Jumping.

  • Putting shoes on.

  • Doing squats.

  • Doing a plank.

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