10 dating questions
Long-term relationships require the both of you to share a common life goal and if you don’t, your relationship will probably fail.I've been seeing a lot of blog posts floating around out there with titles like "50 questions to ask your spouse on a date night". Or sometimes television and movies are used as the prime way of spending time together. I certainly love my shows and I love cuddling with my hubby, but I've learned how important it is to stay connected, and while it's ok to have TV and cuddle time, that's NOT going to cut it if that's all you do. But this post is to give you some questions that are a little more fun and crazy, AND yet most of them will still help you get to know your spouse a little better. Studies have also shown that the most happily married couples are happy because they have a lot of fun together." -from 5 Tips To Increase The Fun In Your Marriage-I found these from a board game we have. We were taking a 4 hour drive and so I just grabbed the box of cards that comes in it and left the rest of the game home. What one toy would you like to throw repeatedly at a brick wall? Knowing if she is close to her beloved ones gives you a better understanding of what to expect if you ever meet them. If her favorite movie is The Notebook, you will know she is a romantic.
Knowing what she wants to do just once in her life is a great way to really get to know her.
We found that the questions on the cards not only helped us pass the time on the long drive, but we had a lot of fun with them!
So whether you are hanging out in bed, out to dinner or on a road trip, have some fun with these random questions.
I’ve spent way too many hours asking most of these and many other either/or questions.
I figured I’d write them down and publish them, so you and I can come back here and just go down the list with friends or family or whoever else.
For instance, I miss being able to eat pizza and stay up all night trying to catch Santa Clause coming down the chimney.