Questions, Questions…So Many Questions.

Have you ever been bored on a rainy day or during a long car ride? I have definitely been there! Long car rides can be the worst when you’re getting sleepy or can’t decide on what type of music to listen to. So I’ve come up with a little game, some questions provided, that can be played between the two of you. It not only will let you get to know each other better but will also pass time! A pen and paper may be fun to have in hand. Keeping record of some of your significant others answers for later reference may be useful! There are a ton of  questions you can ask, the ones that are most original are the best! 🙂
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Questions:
What would you be happy doing for hours on end?
What is one thing you always disagree on as a couple?
What food do you HATE?
Who is your favorite superhero?
What is your biggest pet peeve?
If you could have any single superpower what would it be and why?
What does your dream vacation look like?
If you had 24 hours left to live, what would you do and why?
Your house is on fire. What five items do you grab before you leave?
What physical feature do you love most about yourself?
Are you a morning person or a night person?
What quality do you have that you hope your kids inherit?
If you had to move out of the country where would you move to?
Which of the 7 deadly sins are you? (anger, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony)
What is a household chore you HATE doing?
What is a talent you wish you were better at?
What is your biggest flaw?
What do you do on your bad days to make you happy?
When you go to an event/party/potluck, what food do you hope is there?
What is something that always embarrasses you?
What is some of the best advice your parents have given you?
Have fun with this! Getting to know things about your significant other really does make your relationship more fun and bring you closer! Also consider taking this idea home with you!
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 Quote:

“Three things we cannot get back: 1) words after they’re spoken, 2) occasion after it’s missed and 3) time after it’s gone.”

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