114 Couples Quiz Questions. How Well Do You Know Each Other?


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Has your conversation dried up or are you wondering how to get to know your partner better? Fear not, because you’re about to read 114 couples quiz conversations to get the conversation flowing! You can skip straight to the 114 questions by clicking here, but…

My advice is to read this guide from start to finish. Why? A partner quiz can have multiple purposes:

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  • For example, it can help you discover how sexually compatible you are
  • You can also use these couples trivia questions to get to know your partner better (including everything from family life to sexual fantasies)
  • I can help to increase intimacy with your partner
  • It might show you areas where you already understand each other and share the same values or…
  • It might point out points of conflict in a low-stress way so that you’re not taken by surprise at some point in the future

Related: 206 deep, revealing & fun questions to ask your partner to get to know them better

You don’t need to do much to set up a couples quiz. You could just take turns reading questions from this post if you want! But…

Both answer the same question – You could try to guess each other’s answers before answering truthfully for yourself if that sounds fun.

Print out the questions? – And if you really want to go the extra mile, you could create a written couples trivia quiz that tests how well you know your partner and vice versa, but that is extra work and is totally unnecessary.

The most important thing – For this couples quiz to be useful for your relationship, you and your partner must honestly answer each question. You can’t choose a question that you’re dying to learn the answer to and deflect when it’s turned back on you.

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Passing on questions? – However, if you two agree, you could give each other a pass or two if there’s a question you really don’t want to answer, at least not just yet. This might be more necessary in a new relationship or when dealing with heavy topics. You can keep the topics light if you prefer to ensure everyone has a good time.

These are conversation starters – The questions you ask and answer during a couples test are really just to get the conversational ball rolling, so don’t be afraid to continue with an interesting conversation and ignore the rest of your relationship questions until a later date. There’s no need to get through every question on this list in one sitting–or even ever! Break it up to keep it fun.

Vary the questions – Speaking of enjoyment, you’ll probably enjoy it more if you don’t ask too many similar couples trivia questions, so keep that in mind when browsing the list of questions below! Vary questions between those that are only about your partner and broader relationship questions. You can also play relationship trivia with a group of people to keep things interesting.

Keep it fun 🙂 – Finally, and we cannot stress this enough, try not to take what your partner says during this couples quiz too seriously. Their answer don’t necessarily mean anything bad about you or your partner or the state of your relationship.

Some people don’t do well under pressure or when facing direct questions. Something might take them by surprise or they might choose the wrong words because they’re trying to answer quickly. Maybe they’ve never really given much thought to a particular topic or had to talk about it out loud

Would you rather? – Asking either/or or would you rather questions or allowing some time to think before answering can minimize some of these issues (107 dirty would you rather questions). Be careful about what you ask, too. Some of these questions can be pretty intimate, and not everyone is ready to learn that much about their partner, including their partner’s past. Our guide to sexual communication offers advice for tackling difficult conversations.

Whatever the reason, some awkwardness or negative feelings, such as jealousy, could come up when doing a couples quiz, so it’s important to laugh it off. Remember, you’re partners, not adversaries! A relationship test isn’t meant to drive you apart.

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And now, onto the couples quiz questions!

114 Relationship Questions

Adjust questions to fit your situation and ignore those that don’t apply at all. Psst, we’ve got 69 dirty questions if you want something a little naughtier!

  1. Do you recharge by socializing or spending time alone?
  2. What are your favorite things about our relationship?
  3. What things do I regularly do that irritate you?
  4. What do you like most about me?
  5. What is your love language? (Then use that advice to find the perfect way to show your love)
  6. Where do you see this relationship going?
  7. What do you like and dislike the most about yourself?
  8. Do you believe in marriage?
  9. What little thing can a partner do to make you smile?
  10. What always makes you laugh?
  11. What’s something that you look forward to every week?
  12. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
  13. What’s your truth-is-stranger-than-fiction story?
  14. Would you be okay with one of us being a stay-at-home parent?
  15. Do you think someone should take the other’s name when getting married?
  16. How would you handle holidays as a couple?
  17. What’s the longest relationship you’ve ever been in?
  18. Where do you see us in 5 years? 10 years?
  19. Do you have an ethos that guides all your relationships?
  20. Would you rather go on vacation or staycation?
  21. How would you deal with it if I had problems with one of your parents?
  22. Do you believe someone should get a father’s permission before getting married?
  23. What type of relationship structure do you prefer?
  24. What surprises you the most about me or our relationship?
  25. Do you wish we had more in common?
  26. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned from your relationships?
  27. Would you let a son play with dolls or a daughter play with trucks?
  28. What did you learn about relationships from your mom? And from your dad?
  29. What would you want to teach your (our) children about relationships?
  30. What do you wish you had learned about relationships when you were younger?
  31. What are you most proud of us for in this relationship?
  32. What do you think makes or breaks a relationship?
  33. How much me-time do you need and what do you like to do for it?
  34. Do you prefer to be doted on or left alone when sick?
  35. How does stress affect your sex drive? (Discover how to get in the mood)
  36. What makes you feel grateful?
  37. What do you think about PDAs (public displays of affection)?
  38. What convenience is worth spending money on for you?
  39. Are you more of a do-it-yourself or hire-it-out person?
  40. How often do you like to check in on a relationship?
  41. If you could gain one ability, what would it be?
  42. Do you prefer to give or receive gifts? (15 sexy gift ideas)
  43. What impact has your family had on the person you are?
  44. What do you spend the most time thinking about?
  45. How are you predictable?
  46. What did your exes have in common?
  47. Would you want to know your future if you could?
  48. How would you describe your communication style?
  49. How would your exes describe you? (121 women & men confess to the pros & cons of having sex with your ex)
  50. What’s holding you back from doing something that you want to do?
  51. What is romantic to you? (12 romantic sex tips)
  52. Is there anyone you wish you could be closer to?
  53. Who is your cartoon crush?
  54. Are you more of a giver or taker in relationships?
  55. What about me is the most attractive to you?
  56. What do you wish we did more of?
  57. Is there anything you wish we did less?
  58. What would your perfect day be like?
  59. Where did you learn about relationships?
  60. What do we have in common?
  61. Is there anything you enjoy doing even though you’re not good at it?
  62. Pretend you have $10,000 that you must give away. Who/what would you give the money away to (you can split it up)?
  63. How can I help you succeed?
  64. If you could only eat at one restaurant for the rest of your life, which one would it be?
  65. What do you do when you have trouble sleeping?
  66. Is there anything you wish you knew more about?
  67. Do you have any regrets about your life?
  68. Who is the most interesting person you know?
  69. What job would you do if you never had to work again and it was only for your enjoyment?
  70. If you could change one thing about our relationship, what would it be?
  71. Do you consider yourself to be more traditional or modern when it comes to relationships?
  72. Do you like how we split household chores?
  73. What relationship questions do you want to ask?
  74. How close was your family when you were young? Now?
  75. What do you find the most challenging to deal with?
  76. What’s your most precious memory?
  77. Do you prefer to use the bathroom with the door closed? Are there any exceptions?
  78. What do you do or who do you call when you need a pick-me-up?
  79. What would your fake author name/celebrity pseudonym be?
  80. What is your earliest childhood memory?
  81. How easily do you cry?
  82. What toy did you want as a child?
  83. How many times have you been in love?
  84. Do you have any secret abilities or talents?
  85. Would you rather kiss me now or later? (22 hot kissing tips)
  86. Would you rather critique movies or restaurants?
  87. What do you put on the TV when you need background noise?
  88. Are you a good or bad influence on those around you?
  89. If you had $1,000 that you could only spend to treat yourself, how would you spend it?
  90. Who usually instigates breakups, you or the other person?
  91. What makes you smile every time you think about it?
  92. How long do you date before introducing someone to your friends? Your family?
  93. What counts as cheating to you? (The 23 reasons women cheat, according to 268 women)
  94. What simple dinner do you make when you have little energy?
  95. What do you consider your biggest accomplishment thus far?
  96. Is there anything you want to do while still young/before you die?
  97. Do you still talk to your childhood friends?
  98. What helps you blow off steam?
  99. Were you good in school?
  100. How do you think you contribute to the world?
  101. Would you change anything about your life if you only had one year to live?
  102. How do you keep up your friendships?
  103. Has your job helped you grow as a person?
  104. How important is affection in your life?
  105. What’s your favorite joke?
  106. What aspects of your parents’/carers’ relationships do you want to replicate in your own relationships? What do you hope to avoid?
  107. Do you consider yourself warm or outgoing?
  108. Which parent were you closer to when young? Are you still close to them?
  109. What was your role among your siblings?
  110. Do you have an embarrassing memory you’d be willing to share?
  111. What thing would you save during a fire (assume people and pets are safe)?
  112. Do people go to you for advice?
  113. What’s your biggest challenge in relationships?
  114. Who do you consider your relationship role models?

With these couples quiz questions, you’ve got a great opportunity to get to know your partner better, even if you think you already know everything about them! You can also quiet the nagging voice that asks “Do you really know your partner?” or “Do they really know me?” Of course, you shouldn’t take their answers too seriously. It’s still a game, after all, and you should remember to have fun.

Orgasm Every Time. Easily. Here’s How…

I want to tell you about my friend Karen.

Karen came to me one day. She was hysterical.

She told me that her marriage was falling apart because she and her husband didn’t have satisfying sex.

Every time they were intimate, Karen was faking her orgasms. It turns out she couldn’t orgasm during sex.

In fact…

She never had an orgasm in her entire life. Not one!

This left her feeling embarrassed and ashamed. And…

She completely hid this from her husband. Thankfully…

It turns out that there is a way for any woman to orgasm. Easily. And have multiple vaginal and full body orgasms during sex and masturbation.

I shared the process with Karen.

After she followed the simple process, she could barely come to terms with how…

Quickly and dramatically her sex life changed.

We met up a few months later and…

She would not stop talking about it,

“I thought I was one of those women who couldn’t orgasm. I used to think I was ‘broken’ and ‘unfixable.’ This saved my sex life, and that saved my marriage.”

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