Dirty Questions To Ask Your Friends, Lovers, And Crushes

You don't have a dirty mind, you're merely curious. There are some dirty questions to ask that are acceptable; however, you need to know what's off-limits.

It's good to know that a person you're asking can plead the fifth, or give you a nasty look. But, many people are willing to share, including your friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, even some co-workers.

Before you start questioning people around you, make sure that they are ready to hear what you have to say.

A round of naughty questions can be a lot of fun, as well as a bonding experience. It's a lot more thrilling than talking about the weather, food, or any other everyday topic.

Not everyone will agree with you, but those who do will enjoy having someone that is as nasty as they are.

The first set of questions is dedicated to your friends, so let's see what's appropriate and which dirty questions to ask are icebreakers!

Surprise your friends with raunchy truth or dare game

Ease your friends into this conversation by asking if they have a crush/crushes at this moment.

It's not a groundbreaking thing to ask, but it's a start. Then, after learning about their current love status, you can move on to truth or dare territory.

Some of the reasonably dirty questions include:

When was the last time you had sex, and where?

How old were you when you lost your virginity?

Additionally, ask the follow-up questions, using the five Ws – who, where, when, what and why if you notice that they aren't feeling comfortable, better luck next time.

If nevertheless, they are willing to indulge your curiosity, ask them about foreplay. What is the biggest turn-on and turn-off?

Since you're slowly getting to positively sexy questions, make sure that you give answers as well. Be honest and casual, and don't judge. If you do, there's a big chance that your conversation will end before it even started.

Ideas for truly dirty questions to ask your friends include:

Sex in public places? Yes or no, and if so, when and where?

What's your weirdest fantasy, and do you think you'll ever get to do it?

Would you like to share an utterly embarrassing sex story?

Did your parents ever catch you pleasuring yourself?

Where do you stand on one night stands?

Once you get this far, it's clear that your friends enjoy talking about sex, so it's safe to assume that there are no boundaries. Apart from having to keep your conversation between the two of you and never use it against them.

Dirty questions to ask your boyfriend or girlfriend

When you're in a relationship, there's a chance that you know more than you're aware of. But, having somewhat regular sex talks can lead to a better love life and bond you further.

Create a romantic atmosphere, light up candles, and start talking. You don't want to scare off your boyfriend or girlfriend by asking them dirty questions out of the bloom. They might think that something's wrong, and you certainly don't want that to happen.

Pick various questions, to make things amusing, from teasing to truly filthy ones. For starters, ask them about their taste in adult movies, mention menage a trois, and share your hottest fantasies.

It's okay to ask about skinny dipping, but try to avoid asking too much, like who were they with. While keeping secrets is wrong, you don't need to know every detail.

Your relationship is unique, so pay attention to how to make things more enjoyable when it comes to your sex life.

Among the questions to ask your boyfriend are girlfriend, some of the most common are:

If you could choose one celebrity to sleep with, who would you choose?

Should we start using food as a foreplay prop?

Would you like to try to take off my underwear by using only your mouth?

What's the shortest time it's ever taken for you to have an orgasm?

If you could choose one place for us to have sex, anywhere in the world, where would we go? And why there?

Whose sex drive is higher, mine or yours, and what makes you think that?

As you see, all of these dirty questions to ask your partner include you. So, it's far more than merely a game. It takes trust in your relationship and real honesty to get to know each other and be comfortable answering most of them.

Freaky questions to ask your love interest

Since you're still getting to know each other, yet to need to learn more, you should find a fine line between being friendly and curious, yet flirty and sensual, when it comes to naughty talk.

You don't want them to think you're sex manic, nor do you want to end up in a friend zone. So, be cautious, because you're on thin ice. The element of danger can be a turn-on, especially if they like your questions.

The safest dirty questions to ask your crush are:

I had a dream about you. Did you ever have a dream about me?

Are you the one making the first move, or do you like the other person to be in control?

Where do you like to be massaged the most?

Do you like sending or receiving nudes? How do you feel about them?

What kind of music do you like while making love?

Are you into romance, or would you say it's overrated?

Now that we crossed one bridge, it's okay to get a bit crazy. So, let's start with asking about favorite sex positions and the ones they think are awful.

Follow up with lingerie talk, and add some humor. Ask your partner to be which superhero they think they are in bed.

It's safe to say that you got this if they aren't freaked out, which means they could be interested in you. So, do ask how did they find out about what you like in bed and continue your sex talk by swapping stories and looking adorable.

When it comes to dirty questions to ask people, it's all about the time and the place. You should make some kind of intro, and let them know that you're spontaneous, curious, and have no hidden agenda.

People, in general, like sex talk, but they are afraid of what others might think. That's why you need to be open and let them into your dirty mind. The more you ask, and say, the more likely they will feel safe and free from judgments.

Let the conversation flow, and pay little to no attention to the fact that you're talking everything sex-related.