No matter what stage of the relationship you are in, it’s always a good time to learn more about your partner. Sometimes important topics will naturally arise in conversation, but other times, it’s necessary to ask your partner specific questions so that you can learn more about them. Here are questions to ask your partner at different stages of the relationship so that you can deepen your connection to one another. At the beginning of a relationship, it’s important to get to know your partner. Asking things about their childhood and their general preferences or habits can give you a good idea of who they are as a person. Here are some questions to ask a new partner: couple getting to know each other

1. What’s your favorite nickname?

Asking about a nickname will not only give you ideas about what to call your new partner, but it will also likely elicit a story about the loved one that coined the name.

2. Describe your family dynamic.

Understanding your new partner’s family dynamic, or at least where they fall in the birth order of their siblings will give you insight into who they are.

3. What’s your weirdest habit or quirk?

Might as well know what to prepare yourself for! Asking about a weird habit or quirk before it comes up will save you the surprise of discovering it on your own.

4. What were you like in high school?

While not all high school stereotypes are true, understanding what your partner was like in high school can give you a general idea of what they were like when they were younger.

5. What is your love language?

Love languages are super important to understand when you are starting a new relationship. Asking your partner about their preferred ways to give and receive love will help you support them in the relationship moving forward. Gifts, touch, quality time, oh my! Learn more about the 5 Love Languages and discover new ways to connect with your partner on a deeper level. Try our award winning relationship coaching app free for one week! couple playing having fun together

6. What is your conflict style?

It’s important to understand your new partner’s conflict style so that when conflicts do eventually arise, you are able to navigate them effectively.

7. What’s your astrological sign?

Though not everyone believes in astrology, it can be helpful to know your partner’s star chart so that you can compare compatibility and get a general sense of their personality.

8. What’s your greatest talent?

Let your new partner brag about themselves! Asking them about their greatest talent will give you insight into something that they are proud of.

9. What’s your biggest weakness?

While it’s great to hype your partner up, it’s also important to understand what their flaws are. Asking this question will not only encourage them to reflect a little, but it will also give you a heads up about their flaws.

10. What are your expectations for the relationship?

In addition to light hearted questions, it’s good to establish expectations for the relationship early on. This often won’t come up out of the blue, so it can be important to directly ask your partner this question so that you are on the same page about things moving forward. couple quality time reading in bed

11. Why did your last relationship end?

In a mature relationship, you and your partner should be able to talk about your past partners and relationships. Understanding why their last relationship ended can show you what the deal breakers are for your partner.

12. How would you describe your spending habits?

Financial disagreements are often the source of relationship problems. Understanding your new partner’s spending habits from the beginning will help you make sure you’re on the same page, or it will at least give you insight into your different spending habits. In the short term it’s also good to know to help you better understand who’s getting the bill.

13. Are you a competitive person?

Many people have somewhat hidden competitive streaks that come out in full force during certain activities. Knowing if your partner is competitive, or having them admit that they are competitive can prepare you when the streak comes out.

14. Have you ever cheated on a past partner?

This might seem like a serious question to ask at the beginning of a relationship, and while it is serious, it’s ultimately really important to know what your new partner thinks about fidelity and cheating. If they have cheated in the past, this can give them an opportunity to explain the situation and promise that it’s not going to happen again… Download Relish to text with a qualified relationship coach for expert advice, take therapist-approved quizzes about communication, conflict, intimacy and more. Click here to start your free 7 day trial. After getting to know your partner in the early stages of the relationship, it’s important to keep learning about each other. Here are some light hearted and random conversation starters that you can refer to if you’re ever at a loss for what to talk about. Even though these questions are silly and fun, they will give you some insight into your partner:

15. What are ten things you would bring to a desert island?

This is a great icebreaker question! Hearing your partner reason through this question will give you insight into how they think and it will likely spark an interesting conversation. man following woman into sunset on beach

16. What’s your dream vacation?

Who doesn’t want to plan out a dream vacation?! Especially these days, when we are all cooped up at home due to the pandemic. Asking about your partner’s dream vacay will prompt a fun conversation and will maybe even inspire your next trip.

17. Do you believe in karma?

This is a fun question to ask if you are interested in your partner’s general life philosophy. Whether someone does or doesn’t believe in karma often provides insight into how they treat people.

18. Do you believe in an afterlife?

While this is a potentially morbid question depending on your partner’s response, it is good to know what your partner thinks about life on earth and the potential of an afterlife.

19. If money didn’t matter, what would you want to do for a living?

This is always a fun question to ask to get an idea of what your partner is most happy doing. Or what their favorite hobby is.

20. What would your superpower be?

This might seem like a cheesy icebreaker-y question, but it’s a fun conversation starter! And it will probably come up during one of those couples dating games that you will inevitably play together, so better just to ask and to know. couple cuddling in bed laughing

21. How would you spend one million dollars?

Let’s say you win the lottery while you’re together as a couple, it’s good to know in advance how your partner would spend the money. Or to at least understand if they are savvy, greedy or altruistic. Always keep the adventure and laughter going in your relationship. With Relish, you’ll never run out of ways to keep your relationship moving in a positive direction. Install now to start your free, no strings attached trial.

22. What’s the best gift you have ever received?

Asking about your partner’s favorite gift will not only give you insight into the kind of things that your partner values, but it will also give you ideas for the next gift giving occasion!

23. Have you ever met a famous person?

A lot more people than you realize have crossed paths with a famous person. Whether it was a good experience or a bad experience, it’s bound to be a good story!

24. Who is your celebrity crush?

Ask who your partner’s celebrity crush is and why! Afterall, it’s always good to know who the competition is.

25. What’s your favorite song?

Superlatives are a great way to get to know your partner better. Whether you’re asking about a favorite song, a favorite artist, or even a favorite movie, superalities are a fun conversation starter.

26. What’s your favorite sport’s team?

Does a disagreement about sports teams count as an irreconcilable difference? Maybe! Better to find out sooner rather than later. Or atleast plan out which games you should spend apart from each other. couple laughing together

27. Do you like to cook?

Before you live with someone, you never really know if they enjoy cooking (or if they know how to cook) unless you ask! Cooking can be a super fun way to pass the time as a couple, whether it’s teaching your partner, learning from your partner or cooking as a team.

28. What’s your favorite meal?

Learn about your partner’s favorite meal and pledge to cook it together as a fun date night activity. Did You Know? Cooking is one of the top activities couples can do to strengthen their relationship. Download the Relish app for more free relationship tips and date night ideas.

29. What’s the best vacation you have ever taken?

Who doesn’t want to talk about vacation?! Asking your partner about their favorite past vacation will teach you a little bit more about their life and bring you closer together as a couple.

30. Who is your ideal dinner guest?

Ask your partner what celebrity or person (alive or dead) they would have over for dinner. This is a fun conversation starter that can tell you a surprising amount about your partner.

31. What is your favorite childhood memory?

Asking about your partner’s childhood, especially the good parts, will let you get to know them on a deeper level and will show you the things and people that are important to them. polaroids with relationship memories

32. Do you sing in the shower?

Like the question about cooking it’s hard to know this about someone unless you live with them, so you might as well ask! This is also a fun thing to guess, you might find that you’re surprised by their answer!

33. What’s your guilty pleasure?

Does your partner have a huge sweet tooth? Do they LOVE terrible horror movies? Talking about your guilty pleasures can be a funny and embarrassing way to get to know each other better. Throughout your relationship, it’s important to keep up the tradition of date night. No matter how long you have been together, it’s important to continue to prioritize your partner and your time together as a couple. And you can do this through date night! The following are some romantic questions reserved for date nights or other intimate occasions:

34. What’s your favorite date night activity?

Does your partner prefer a quiet night in? A night on the town? Or a fancy romantic dinner? Knowing this and changing things up if you have different preferences will keep date night fun for everyone.

35. What’s the best setting for date night?

Along the same lines as the last question, does your partner prefer intimate date night activities? Or something to get you both out of the house? Nowadays, staying home means staying safe. Get creative stay at home date ideas, couples games, interactive quizzes, and more with a free 7-day trial of Relish. Install now!

36. What is a romantic fantasy of yours?

This might be a question better saved for a more private time, but, regardless, it is definitely something worth exploring with your partner! couple kissing in bed romantic fantasy

37. What’s your favorite romcom?

Everyone has a favorite romcom, even if they are slow to admit it. Knowing whether your partner is a 500 Days of Summer person or a 10 Things I Hate About your kind of person is important!

38. What makes you feel the most loved?

In addition to knowing your partner’s love language, it’s important to know what specific things make them feel most loved. A box of chocolates? Taking time to go on a walk? Leaving little notes around the house? Sending a cute good morning text?

39. What’s your favorite thing about me?

It never hurts to fish for compliments every once in a while. In a relationship it’s important to continually show your partner that they are loved. Sometimes you just need your partner to say something nice about you. This question can prompt a complement and help you feel the love. After being with your partner for a significant amount of time, you might begin to ask yourself if you are ready to take things to the next level. Are you ready to be a serious couple? Are you ready to talk about marriage or life companionship? Here are a few questions to ask your partner (and yourself) if you are considering taking your relationship to the next level:

40. What are your thoughts on religion?

It’s important to know if your partner is religious and if it is important for your religions to match up. Will you be expected to convert? Or is religion not an important factor in the relationship?

41. Do you believe in monogamous relationships?

Even if you have been dating for a long time, it’s important to know if your partner believes in lifelong monogamy before deciding to take the next step in your relationship. couple spending time together

42. Are you ready to commit to a long term relationship?

Before taking the next step, it’s important that you and your partner are on the same page about commitment. Asking this kind of question directly will help you understand if your relationship is ready to level up.

43. Would you consider moving in together?

As your relationship becomes more and more serious, it’s important to start talking about moving in together. Is this something you would do before marriage? After an engagement? After marriage? Making sure that you are on the same page about this is important before taking the next step. It’s always fun to fantasize about the future with your partner, get there with Relish. Discover key insights into your relationship, understand your partner better, and learn more ways to live better together. Click here to claim your free trial.

44. Where do you see yourself in five years?

Your partner doesn’t need to have every detail of their five year plan decided, but it is important to know if you are both generally on the same page about what the future holds.

45. What goals do you have for the relationship?

Do you hope to be married in a few years? Do you want to move in together? Or are you comfortable seeing where things go? Asking this question will show you whether your visions for the relationship are in alignment. boyfriend girlfriend living together

46. Where do you want to live in the future?

Location can be a deal breaker in serious relationships. Does your partner have plans to move to Antarctica? Or back to their hometown? These are things you need to know before taking things to the next level.

47. Wedding? Large or small?

First things first, it’s important that you and your partner are on the same page about whether or not your want to be married. And if you do want to be married, what do you want the ceremony to be like?

48. What is something you are not willing to compromise on?

Before getting any more serious, it’s important to know if there are deal breakers for your partner and what those deal breakers are.

49. Are you satisfied with our sex life?

Sex is an important part of any serious relationship, so whether you are sexually active or waiting until marriage, be sure that your partner is satisfied with this decision and satisfied in the bedroom if you are having sex. With Relish, you’ll never run out of spicy ideas for you and your partner. Get sexy bedroom game ideas, romance tips and more with our award winning relationship coaching and self care app. Get started for free!

50. Do we make each other better people?

If you are looking for a lifelong partner, it’s important that you both encourage each other to grow. Asking if your partner makes you better and vice versa will help you evaluate if you are in a growth oriented relationship that can withstand leveling up. couple with pets on bed

51. Do you want pets?

Is your partner a dog person? Or a cat person? Are either of those things dealbreakers? Pets can be a make or break deal for some relationships!

52. Do you want children?

Along the same lines as the question about pets… do you want children? Is your partner on the same page? A long-term relationship won’t work if you aren’t on the same page about starting a family. In addition to these questions, couples can turn to Relish, a relationship coaching app that can help you and your partner get to know each other better. Relish offers quizzes and activities you and your partner can use to get to know each other better. Get full access to our expert relationship coaches, therapist approved quizzes, and more free for one week. If you’re dating someone, odds are that you know quite a lot about them. But hey, it’s important to prioritize getting to know your partner throughout your entire relationship. People change over time, which means there is always more to learn. That’s where relationship questions come in. «It’s important to grow with your partner, not in opposite directions,» says Jenni Skyler, PhD, a certified sex therapist, sexologist, and licensed marriage and family therapist for «If we continue to have a dialogue about our values and goals, we can ensure we are going in the same life direction.» Noted! That said, it can be hard to know the specific questions to ask. Like, should you ask them about their past? How they’re feeling right now? What do they want for the future? It can be pretty darn confusing. (And scary!) But if there are any questions you’re hesitant to ask, remember that seeking out these answers can help you advocate for the kind of future you want for yourself as well, says Rachel Moheban Wachtel, LCSW, therapist, and couples and marriage counselor for She adds that while how you ask is important, the goal is to be open and honest with each other. Looking for ways to ease into it? Try using a question card game or having a monthly check-in session, adds Tamekis Williams, LCSW and founder of Real Life Solutions. Williams also recommends starting with a compliment first then sliding in the question or simply asking your partner if they have any questions they would like answered on your end first. To get you started, WH compiled a list of 130 (yes, 130!) expert-approved questions for *every single stage* of your relationship. Interested? Good. Keep reading. This content is imported from poll. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

When You’re Dating

Odds are that things still feel pretty new. You’re probably going on dates together, hanging out regularly, and talking on occasion but you haven’t fully ~defined~ what you are yet. «These questions can offer a deeper look at each person’s interests and values to see if dating makes sense,» says Skyler. Basically, they’ll help you get a sense of whether you two are relationship material.

  • What are three things on your bucket list?
  • What are the top three adventures you’ve had in your life?
  • What are two things that you regret?
  • What was the hardest life lesson to learn?
  • What’s your favorite childhood memory?
  • What’s your dream job?
  • What do you consider your greatest success?
  • What’s the most incredible thing you’ve ever eaten?
  • What’s your greatest sexual fantasy?
  • What do you value in a relationship?
  • Where do you hope to be living in the next five years?
  • What was your first impression of me?
  • Who is your inspiration?
  • Have you ever been in therapy?
  • What’s the longest you’ve been in a relationship?
  • How do you deal with stress?
  • How would you describe your last relationship?
  • How regularly do you get checked for STIs?
  • What do you consider cheating?
  • Have you ever had your heart broken?
  • Do you think you are trustworthy?
  • What are your feelings on sexual exclusivity and monogamy?

When You’re Exclusive

You’re officially a couple! It’s time to take on a whole new set of questions, Skyler says. The following can determine how aligned you are on your values and beliefs, which can predict whether your relationship will last, Skyler explains.

  • Where do you see yourself in one year, three years, ten years?
  • Do you believe in the institution of marriage?
  • Do you believe in living together before marriage?
  • At what age do you see yourself getting married?
  • What would your ideal wedding look like?
  • Do you want kids? Why or why not?
  • When would you want to have kids and how many would you have?
  • Do you want to live in this town where we are dating, or do you plan to move?
  • What are your favorite parts about my personality?
  • What are your favorite parts of your personality?
  • Do you like spending time with my friends?
  • What’s your favorite thing that we do together?
  • What’s one date we haven’t gone on yet that you want to try?
  • What’s something new that you’d like to try in bed together?
  • What does your ideal life look like?
  • What are you boundaries with your family?
  • How would you rank your love languages?
  • What goals would you like to work on together?
  • How do you think we can do to keep out sex life exciting?
  • Do you like change and how do you handle it?

When You’re Meeting The Parents

So yeah, you’ve dated, you’ve been exclusive for a while, and now you’ve finally met their family (or you’re about to). «These questions address family dynamics and help the relationship go to the next level of psychological sophistication,» Skyler explains. Asking these Qs will help you understand your partner in terms of their perspectives on family, relationships, parenting, and more.

  • What was your relationship to religion or spirituality growing up?
  • What’s your relationship to religion or spirituality right now?
  • What do your parents believe in today?
  • Are there any mental health issues or addiction struggles in your family?
  • How open are you with your parents?
  • What do your parents know about me already?
  • What do your siblings know about me already?
  • How close are you to your family members?
  • How often do you see your family?
  • What do your parents want for you in a partner?
  • How important is your parent’s approval to you?
  • What kind of relationship do you want me to have with your family?
  • How important are holidays and traditions to your family?
  • What kind of questions can I expect your family to ask me?
  • How welcoming has your family been to outsiders in the past?
  • What are your parents’ fears about you being in a relationship?
  • Do your parents respect boundaries?
  • What type of relationship did your parents have with your ex?

When You Live Together Moving in together? Then, this is for you. «These questions help cohabitation go smoothly,» says Skyler. «There needs to be a blending of lives and at least a small fund for the blending of money so that the couple starts to feel they are on the same team.» Got it? Great. Now ask away.

  • What kind of place do you want to live in and why?
  • How would you prefer to decorate our home?
  • What tasks should we divide?
  • What is your preferred level of cleanliness?
  • What tasks should we each take on to keep the home in good shape?
  • How do we want to divide finances?
  • How much money should we contribute to a joint fund?
  • How much money do we want to set aside for luxuries like date nights and travel?
  • What should our budget be when buying new furniture and decor for the home?
  • Do you have any pet peeves about living with others?
  • How do you feel about having friends and family over? How often?
  • What are your essential services and subscriptions?
  • Are there any kinds of specific chores that you hate or love doing?
  • Do you prefer that we do our grocery shopping together or separately?
  • Do you prefer that we eat meals at the same time and cook together?
  • How do we pay our expenses—equal share or does one person pays more?
  • What are your expectations for our relationship now that we are living together?
  • Are we moving in together with the plan to marry?

When You’re Getting Married

Okay, so if you’re about to get married (or if you already are), these questions will definitely get you and your partner to go deeper with your intimacy and conversations. «Not everything needs to align, but there needs to be enough overlap to have a satisfying shared life,» Skyler explains. And, yep, these relationship questions will tell you if you’re on the same page.

  • What does marriage mean to you?
  • How do you think being married will change our relationship?
  • Do marriage and having children coincide for you?
  • Why is it important to you that we get married on this date?
  • How much input are we going to let our families have in wedding planning?
  • What’s the best wedding you’ve ever been to and why?
  • What would your ideal wedding budget be?
  • What’s your favorite movie or television wedding scene?
  • How long would you want to take to plan our wedding?
  • What do you picture us doing on our first wedding anniversary?
  • Does marriage excite you? Why or why not?
  • When did you know that you wanted to marry me?
  • What did you picture your wedding looking like when you were little?
  • What are your opinions on divorce?
  • If we could do anything, where do you see us being in 20 years?
  • What are your thoughts on signing a prenuptial agreement?
  • Do you want to live in a household where both people work?
  • Do you believe in couples therapy?
  • What is your definition of a spouse?

When You’re Ready For Kids

Want to grow your family or already have some kiddos of your own? Make sure you share the same vision for how those little ones will be loved and raised. «One of the most important elements for long-term relationship success is having shared values and shared future dreams,» Skyler says. Start by learning about what their expectations, dreams, and hopes are for children, and then get into some logistics. You’ll likely discuss how you’ll raise them: preview for How to Raise Kids Without Entitlement

  • Have you always envisioned yourself having kids?
  • What kind of parent do you think each of us would be?
  • Would you be open to adoption?
  • How do you think you would handle pregnancy and labor?
  • How do you think you would handle the adoption process?
  • How many children do you envision us having?
  • What are the values you’d like to instill in our children?
  • Which of your best characteristics do our children have?
  • Which of your worst characteristics do our children have?
  • Is being a parent what you expected it to be?
  • What do our children teach you or what do you expect to learn from them?
  • What kind of education did you envision our children having?
  • How would you prefer we handle telling our children about the world’s realities?
  • What was the most important lesson you learned as a child?
  • What was the best thing your parents ever taught you?
  • Do you believe in discipline, and what is your discipline style?
  • What do you prefer to not do with your children that your parents did with you?
  • Do you feel you have time to raise and nurture children?

When You’re Retiring

«We’re always changing and growing,» says Skyler. That means there’s always more to learn, even as you approach retirement.

  • Where would you like to live during our retirement?
  • What are we going to do with the money that we’ve saved?
  • What are some of your favorite moments from our life together?
  • What accomplishment are you most proud of?
  • What accomplishment of mine are you most proud of?
  • What has been your favorite memory with our children?
  • What was the best vacation we’ve taken? Should we go back?
  • If we could go anywhere, where would we go?
  • How important is it for us to be near our other family members?
  • What are you most looking forward to about being retired?
  • How do you want to spend your days or evenings?
  • Would you want to still work part-time?
  • Do we need to downsize?
  • Should we retire at the same time?
  • Do you have your affairs or in order for when you pass?

Sabrina is an editorial assistant for Women’s Health. When she’s not writing, you can find her running, training in mixed martial arts, or reading. Last Updated on August 19, 2022 ⌄ Scroll down to continue ⌄ A List of 100 Questions to Ask Your Partner on Date Nights Date nights for established couples can feel boring and stale if you talk about the same old topics all the time. Talking about work, the kids, or household repairs should not be the primary focus of nights when you’re trying to reconnect as a couple. ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ So, here is a list of 100 — yes, 100 — questions that you can choose from to ask each other on your next dinner out. ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ Use only two to three questions per date night, and really talk about the answers in depth. They range across various domains, including romance, intimacy, family, career, and many others. ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ The point is to get to know your partner on a deep level all over again. This will increase your feelings of closeness, connection, and romance, which we all know is the whole point of date night! ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄ ⌄ Scroll down to continue reading article ⌄

100 Questions to Ask Your Partner on Date Nights

  1. What is your favorite memory of dating me?
  2. What is your favorite memory of us?
  3. What food reminds you of me?
  4. When was the last time you thought about me in a positive way?
  5. What is your favorite thing that I do for you?
  6. What movie reminds you of us?
  7. Which of your parents are you most like?
  8. Which of our kids are most like you? (or if you aren’t parents yet: Do you ever picture having kids?)
  9. What’s my best physical feature?
  10. What do you like most that I do in bed?
  11. What’s your favorite time of day to be intimate?
  12. Do you like kissing or hugging more?
  13. When did you know you wanted to be monogamous with me?
  14. Do you ever get jealous if you see me talking to other attractive people?
  15. Do you ever dream about me?
  16. What do you think we need to work on the most in our relationship?
  17. If you got sick, do you think I would be there to care for you?
  18. Do you believe that I love you?
  19. When did you know you wanted to kiss me?
  20. What’s your favorite activity that we do together?
  21. As a child, did you trust both of your parents?
  22. What is your favorite thing I ever did for a special occasion for you?
  23. What is your favorite fantasy?
  24. What is your favorite position?
  25. Do you ever think about me during the day?
  26. What is something I could do to make you trust me even more?
  27. When do you feel the most protected and taken care of?
  28. What can I do to make sure you feel safe with me?
  29. When we hang out with friends, do I make you feel like you’re still my priority?
  30. When we are with my family, do I make you feel like you’re still my priority?
  31. Do you have any deal-breakers, things that would make you seriously reconsider our relationship?
  32. What was the very first thing you thought about me?
  33. When did you first think I was attractive?
  34. How long do you think people should wait before having kids?
  35. What did you learn about marriage from your parents?
  36. What did you learn about physical affection from your parents?
  37. What is your favorite book?
  38. What is your favorite song?
  39. What was your first favorite movie, as a child?
  40. What do you want to do when you retire?
  41. Do you ever picture having grandchildren?
  42. What’s another career that you think you would love?
  43. What’s your favorite physical feature of your own?
  44. Who was your favorite teacher when you were a child?
  45. What’s your favorite memory with your mom?
  46. What’s your favorite memory with your dad?
  47. Which significant other before me had the biggest impact on you?
  48. What did you think after your first intimate experience?
  49. Did you like high school or college better?
  50. Where have you always wanted to travel?
  51. Did you ever consider a totally different career path?
  52. What was your favorite class in high school?
  53. What was the best party you ever went to?
  54. What’s the happiest you ever felt?
  55. What’s the most anxious you ever felt?
  56. What’s the angriest you ever felt?
  57. Do you believe in God?
  58. What’s a question you’ve never asked me?
  59. What’s your favorite personality trait of your own?
  60. Which of your personality traits do you wish you could change?
  61. Have you ever gotten really obsessed with some topic?
  62. Did you collect stuff as a child?
  63. Which of your parents did you go to when you wanted to talk?
  64. What’s the most scared you ever felt, as a child?
  65. What’s the accomplishment you are most proud of?
  66. Where do you want to be living in 10 years?
  67. Which of your friends would you choose if you had to be on a desert island with just one?
  68. Which of your friends is most like you?
  69. What do you think about couples who are married but live in different cities?
  70. What do you think about couples who own a business together and spend all their time together?
  71. Which would you like most: a summer house, a year-long vacation, or a boat?
  72. What would you do with a million dollars?
  73. What would you do with an extra $1,000 to spend only on yourself?
  74. When you were a kid, did you feel that you fitted in?
  75. What was your favorite subject in middle school?
  76. Did you go through puberty before or after everyone else, or right on time?
  77. Who was your first crush?
  78. Who was your first kiss?
  79. Who was the first person to have a crush on you?
  80. Do you think of yourself as an introvert or an extrovert?
  81. If you could go back in time, what age would you be again?
  82. If you could see into the future, what would you want to know?
  83. What’s your greatest talent?
  84. What is your most unique trait?
  85. What makes me different from the other people you’ve been with?
  86. What is the best thing about our relationship?
  87. Do you ever compare yourself to other guys/girls?
  88. Which of my friends do you think is the most fun?
  89. Are you an optimist, a pessimist, or a realist?
  90. When you wake up in the middle of the night, what do you think about?
  91. If you had to change one thing about yourself, what would you pick?
  92. Do you think I’m more of an optimist, a pessimist, or a realist?
  93. As a teenager, did you ever rebel against your parents?
  94. Who’s the closest person to you in your extended family?
  95. Did you ever want more or fewer siblings?
  96. How did you siblings shape who you are?
  97. What was your favorite date night we ever had?
  98. What are your secret thoughts when you see me at the end of the day?
  99. Do you ever wish I could read your mind? When?
  100. What things about me make you know I’m the one for you?

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