40 Questions to Ask Your Spouse!

Before Brian and I got married we used to sit and talk all the time. I remember Saturdays when we should have been studying; instead we were talking. We did everything together! He would meet me after class and walk me to my next one while talking (of course). We would get kicked out of the Dining Common because we stayed until thPets, Spring, Summer, and Fall 2012 Bloggie 198ey closed, talking! We even stayed up late at night, over our breaks, talking on the phone. Sad thing is, once we got married, we weren’t talking as much. I guess once you have something it’s easy to take it for granted. We saw each other all the time, so we didn’t need to talk (WRONG)! That’s why ever so often we’ll present each other with a list of questions–just a way to get us talking. The questions just break the ice and pretty soon we end up talking about everything and nothing. So here’s one of our lists. Remember to write down the answers; that way you can go back to them. And be honest with each other! By communicating pet peeves and problems, you can talk them out and work on them together.

  1. What’s your favorite TV show?
  2. Where were you born?
  3. What was the best present you ever received?
  4. When do you feel most loved?
  5. If you could plan the perfect meal, what would it be?
  6. What’s your dream house look like?
  7. What is your biggest pet peeve?
  8. If you could plan the perfect date, what would you plan?
  9. What is your favorite way to spend a day off?
  10. What’s your fall-back joke?
  11. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
  12. What is the hardest decision you’ve ever had to make?
  13. Name one thing you want to do before you die?
  14. What is the worst thing that’s ever happened to you?
  15. What would you do differently than your parents?
  16. In what ways would you like to be like your parents?
  17. If you could make one movie what would it be?
  18. Where would you like to live someday?
  19. What’s your favorite thing about your job?
  20. If you could invent anything, what would you invent?
  21. Who was your favorite teacher?
  22. What’s the scariest thing that’s ever happened to you?
  23. What’s your favorite word?
  24. How do you like to relax?
  25. What was the best day of your life?
  26. What’s the hardest goodbye you’ve ever had to say?
  27. If you could do anything you wanted to, what would you do?
  28. What’s your favorite thing to clean?
  29. What’s your favorite Bible verse?
  30. What’s one thing you wish you could change about me (honesty is the best policy)?
  31. Who’s your favorite actress?
  32. Who’s your favorite actor?
  33. What’s the one thing you looked forward to the most about growing up?
  34. When do I look the cutest to you?
  35. Who’s your favorite preacher?
  36. What’s your favorite song?
  37. What’s your favorite book?
  38. Where would you spend your favorite vacation?
  39. What’s the easiest decision you’ve ever made?
  40. What’s your least favorite meal that I’ve cooked (mostly for the wife’s benefit, although my husband is an amazing cook)?

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