Funny questions for dating game
So, while this question is funny, it will give you an idea about her animal preferences. It would also give you a glimpse into what is more important to her – vision or hearing. This is a little cheesy, and you’ll have to be careful with this one. Just like men, some women are narcissists or sociopaths. ” Then you can dive into a conversation about weird eating habits, and the strangest ones you both have.If this is something that is important to you, then this is a humorous way to ask if she’s a dog, cat, or no-animal kind of girl. But at the same time, you can discuss whether anyone actually “discovered” Amazon or rather invented it. While spooning a woman is something that most people enjoy, make sure the conversation doesn’t turn sexual. Wait until the second date to escalate the sexual tension. So when you ask her if she’s friendly, watch out to see if she jokes about it. This sounds like it’s just a random question, but it could give you some indication about what she values.Starting random conversations and getting the other person to open up is a skill, which you will have to acquire, or polish! - How many children do you want to have, and when do you want to have them? - Would you like to change your surname after marriage or stick to your maiden name? - Have you/would you drop everything at a moment's notice if someone you cared about needed your help? - What do you do to cheer yourself up if you have had a bad day? - If you could be in a movie, which one would you want to be in, as which character, and why? - Which is the cutest/funniest/sweetest/weirdest compliment you have received?In the meantime, here is something to get you started...- Do you believe in making compromises for a relationship/marriage, and to what extent? - If you had to choose to live with someone who truly loves you, but you don't love him back, or to live alone for the rest of your life loving someone who doesn't love you, who would you choose? - What genres do you prefer in - movies, music and books? - Can you tell me about an incident in your life that is close to your heart? - What's the one thing you have done that you regret? - Tell me one thing that you have done/accomplished, that makes you proud of yourself? - Which was the best/most stimulating conversation you have ever had? - Would you expect forgiveness if you cheated on your partner? Would you rather leave your hometown and never be able to return again, or stay in your hometown but never be able to leave? If you had to rename yourself, what name would you choose? If you had a time machine, would you go back in time or visit the future? If you could only hear one song for the rest of your life, what would it be? What is the worst lie you've ever told your parents? If any actor or actress could play you in a movie, who would it be? Try to keep the questions to a reasonable amount, say maybe 5 to 6 questions per date. - Does your first love still hold a special place in your heart? - If your partner wants to do something you don't particularly like/enjoy, would you do it with him? - Do you like going to the theater or for concerts? - Which is the one place you would like to visit/settle in?What you have to realize is that asking questions is not the only way to get to know someone. - What's your biggest fear, and your biggest strength? - Which is the most beautiful place you've ever seen? Who was the lucky guy and are you still in touch with him? - If you get to be someone else for a day, who would you want to be? - Have you done something special for someone without their knowledge?
You can also decide on rules like each person can skip two questions, and followup questions don't count in the total. What's the most spontaneous thing you've ever done? If you go to a restaurant and have terrible service, is it ever OK not to tip? What's the most cringeworthy outfit you've ever worn? So avoid making the first date a marathon question and answer session! - Would you bungee jump/get a tattoo on a dare/whim? - An ideal evening would be spent alone or with friends?Instead, spread them out over a few dates, starting off with the really casual questions on the first date, and then making them more personal or intimate. - What qualities would you look for in your partner? - If you had a million dollars, what would you do with the money? - Which, according to you, is the most romantic musical instrument/language? - Arrange according to preference - sun, sand, snow? - What are your thoughts about marriage and religion? - Is there any goal/dream you have which you think cannot be fulfilled now because it's too late?