If you could be anyone else for a day, who would you choose? If you're having a bad day, how can I cheer you up? When you're sick, do you like to have someone taking care of you, or do you prefer to be left alone until you're better? Would you go dress shopping or shoe shopping with me? What's the weirdest thing you've ever eaten-and liked? Can you tell me about your most embarrassing moment? Do you like to travel or would you rather stay home? Do you think it's okay for people to vent to others about their significant others, or do you think that it's completely disrespectful and complaints should be kept within the relationship? When your relationship is still fresh, it's nice to get to know the silly basics of what makes your man tick. If you could spend the day with someone famous, alive or dead, who would it be? Would you be willing to go in for testing again before we get more involved? How would you handle it if you thought another guy was hitting on me?
Whether your relationship is brand new, or you have been together for a while, asking questions - both serious and fun - is a great way to get to know your partner and spark meaningful conversation. D, asking your partner questions is critical to creating a lasting relationship.
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