Fun questions for dating couples
The questions start out broad and then one-by-one get increasingly more intimate.Basically fast-tracking the whole “get to know you” period.The trick to successfully vetting a prospect on a first date, while simultaneously keeping the energy light and fun, is knowing what questions to ask and how to ask them. What are their likes and dislikes, what do you have in common, what does he or she do in their spare time? For example, work, his or her family, hobbies, pop culture, and favorite music are all surefire bets. If you’re savvy, you’ll realize that certain questions–even the most basic ones—have the ability to tell a lot about a person. If your friend was cheating on their spouse, do you think you should tell their partner? If your friend was cheating on their spouse, would you tell your spouse about it? What were you thinking about right before you kissed me for the first time? After I had asked you out for the first time, did you consider saying no? Was there anything that you were worried about the first time we were about to become naked? How old were you the first time you thought you were in love? Who helped you figure out how to ask someone out on your first date?
There's certainly nothing wrong with that, as long as it's the real you! What is the first thing that you notice when you look at a man? If I don't say so, how do you know that I want to make love?
This can get hilariously funny and occasionally out of hand, so we came up with three variations of the game.
The traditional game is asks each spouse three questions, but you can do more if you want of course!
” What if you just ask your partner all the questions right there in your living room?
I figure that asking each other questions and staring into each other’s eyes is far less-expensive than relationship counseling and it could give you a major closeness booster so it could be worth a shot, right?