The dating game questions to ask your spouse


We were taking a 4 hour drive and so I just grabbed the box of cards that comes in it and left the rest of the game home. What one toy would you like to throw repeatedly at a brick wall? We found that the questions on the cards not only helped us pass the time on the long drive, but we had a lot of fun with them! You could just skip the second page entirely if you want and just read the questions out loud then take turns answering them.I personally recommend writing down though because then your answers are more genuine and uninfluenced. I had a heckuva time designing this and it was the best I could do.When my husband and I went on our honeymoon, I brought along a newlywed book, and among the information in the book, it also contained some questions to ask each other. Doing this activity was not only really fun, but sort of eye opening for us.A lot of the questions we had asked each other already, but some we hadn’t. For instance, I was actually shocked that Cal got my biggest fears wrong. The point is that no matter how well you think you know your spouse, you don’t know everything. We realized that both of us were in the dark on some of the other’s new favorite things and some of our life dreams. Opposites attract all the time, but too many opposites and no similarities won’t really help a relationship succeed.When you have small differences, it makes them cute.



But this post is to give you some questions that are a little more fun and crazy, AND yet most of them will still help you get to know your spouse a little better. Studies have also shown that the most happily married couples are happy because they have a lot of fun together." -from 5 Tips To Increase The Fun In Your Marriage-I found these from a board game we have.

You could just take blank notebook paper and write in that if it’s easier.) I hope some of you readers in a relationships take some time to do this activity, have some fun and learn more about your partner.