Questions to Ask a Girl in a Romance
The bad times are going to come and go and there will be plenty of time to worry about those things tomorrow.
What you want is to bring some laughter, playfulness, and sense of fun into your romance. And if you get a few revealing answers from your girlfriend, that's all the better.
Just like guys, females tend to enjoy talking about themselves. When we discuss our personal likes, dislikes, and experiences, we often reveal more of ourselves than we intend. So if you have a girlfriend who hasn't opened up to you, the following relationship quiz is a fun way to get her talking about herself, without everything seeming serious.
- What are your favorite childhood memories?
- Does your have any quirky traditions? What are they?
- If you could relive any one event of your childhood, which would it be?
- Which hobbies did you have in childhood?
- Do you have a natural talent I wouldn't know about?
- Are you outgoing or shy?
- If you had an all-expense paid trip to anywhere in the world, where would it be?
- If you could have the perfect date, what would it be?
- Does everyone have one soul mate or do many exist for each person?
- What is your idea of romance?
- Do you believe in public displays of affection?
- Who are more romantic: men or women? Why?
- Who are more sentimental: men or women? Why?
- What's the most romantic thing you have ever done?
- What's the best relationship advice you've ever gotten? Who gave it to you?
- Is there such a thing as being too much in love?
- What three words best describe you?
- What three words would your friends use to describe you?
- What do you wish to be remembered for?
- Is there a type of clothing you find particularly sexy?
- What type of cologne do you prefer on a man?
- What is your secret romantic fantasy? Sexual fantasy?
- What do you consider is the sexiest thing a man can do for a woman?
- What do you consider the worst thing a man can do to a woman?
- Who's the sexiest man alive?
- What was your first date like?
- How long did your first relationship last?
- What are you most likely to do for the man you love: write him a letter, buy him a present, or give him a sexy surprise?
- If you had one day left to live on the Earth, what would you do?
- If your ex-boyfriends were asked to describe you with three adjectives, what would those adjectives be?
- What is your favorite euphemism for sex?
- What is the naughtiest piece of clothing you've ever worn?
- What's the sexiest dream you've ever had?
- What was the best date you've ever had? Where did you go?
- If you saw me out somewhere with another woman, would you think she was a relative, an old friend, or a girl I'm seeing on the side?
- What is your idea of the perfect romantic gift?
- What is your idea of the least romantic gift a guy can give a woman?
- Which trait of mine first drew you to me? What is your favorite trait of mine now?
Remember there are some answers you don't want to know about. A lot of guys are better off not knowing about their girlfriends' previous relationships or whatever sexual encounters they've had, so if you know you're one of those types of guys, avoid the sexy questions when trying to get romantic with your girlfriend. Too many times, revealing Q&A conversations turn into problems later in the romance.
There are other parts of the quiz I would suggest you avoid. These don't fit into the romantic interlude, so much as the serious or practical categories. Let me explain.
Personal Questions To Avoid
I'm not saying you never ask these questions, but I'm saying you avoid these when you first get to know a woman and when they two of you first start dating. If you date long enough for it to become a serious relationship, you can learn this information later.
What are your religious beliefs? What are your political beliefs?
Politics and religion are two things people shouldn't discuss early on. The temptation is to try to convince the other of your stance, and seldom is someone going to be convinced to change their core beliefs so quickly. Much of the time, someone ends up uncomfortable, resentful, or angry. If the person feels strongly about Obama or their faith, they'll probably volunteer that information. If they don't want to talk about it, they might feel it's an intrusion being asked point blank about it.
What are your least favorite childhood memories?
Another question to avoid at first is asking about negative childhood experiences. It's usually a bad idea to dwell on negativity in an early dating relationship anyway, but probing about a person's most emotional moments as a child are particularly off-putting to many. Remember: keep it light.