I broke these down into 10 basic themes to help you start thinking about your own questions to bring up on date night.
Talking about favorites is an easy, fun, and neutral way to start any conversation.
All it takes is a couple questions to get that going. These are similar to favorites and can be expounded on, but are great for rapid-fire, too.
"); usually, however, it helps to actually write a couple questions down. Just 3-4 to put in my purse or in my pocket and refer to when we start looking like that elderly couple in the restaurant that remains in silence throughout the meal. Really, once you get started with one or two, it's easy to progress the conversation naturally. , whether we're going "out on the town" or staying in for an at-home date. I loved the beginning, when we were simply friends learning each other's favorite color or favorite type of music. There's nothing like that quality time and intent in discovering the intricacies of the other person. But there is still so much we can learn about each other; so many ways we can still grow our intimacy through conversation. indulgence Beyond favorites, there's something about knowing if a person prefers a mac or a pc (for example) that can be so telling about personality and how they tick. It gives us the opportunity to state our passions so we can pursue them, and helps us know our significant other's passions and find ways to support and encourage them in those.
However, when put on the spot, some of us aren't great at coming up with random memories, so it helps to have some questions to bring those past experiences to mind. have a great personality and be unattractive or have a terrible personality and be very attractive? never have to clean the kitchen again, or never have to clean the bathroom again? filthy rich or dirt poor I have a friend that's great at asking "would you rather" questions. But it can be fun to put creativity into coming up with different scenarios to choose from. live where the sun always shined or where it never did? However, I wanted to include them, because talking about the tough stuff builds intimacy and can be beneficial in preparing for the unexpected. If you knew you had 30 days to live, how would you spend that time? If today was your last day on Earth, what would you do?