Getting to know your significant other can help you achieve more intimacy. Why not turn it into a fun question and answer game to help keep the conversational tide moving? To make things interesting or competitive, you could also keep score on who guessed how many answers correctly.
These question games for couples will help give a lighter context to some serious things you might want to know about your significant other.
Here are some meaningful romantic question games for couples to learn more about how their partner views romance.
#1. If you had all the money in the world, what would be the most romantic date you would plan?
#2. What’s the most romantic date you have ever been on?
#3. What’s your favorite memory of dating me?
#4. What food reminds you of me?
#5. What’s your favorite thing I do for you?
#6. What’s your ideal honeymoon destination?
#7. What is our song?
#8. Do you believe in soulmates?
#9. What’s your perfect Valentine’s day?
#10. How did our first kiss make you feel?
#11. If you could choose a romantic movie for us to star in, which one would it be?
#12. What made you fall for me?
#13. What does your dream wedding look like?
#14. What’s the best thing about dating me?
#15. If I had to move halfway across the world, would you come with me?
If the mood ever gets too tense or awkward, here are some fun questions to fall back on and go back to a light-hearted conversation.
#16. What would be the perfect gift for you?
#17. If you had to be stuck with anyone on an island, who would you be stuck with?
#18. If you won the lottery, what would you buy for me?
#19. If I could make you only one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
#20. If the house was on fire, what are the first 3 things you would save?
#21. How long does it take you to decide what to wear when you’re going out?
#22. What’s your guilty pleasure song?
#23. What do you strongly have in common with your parents?
#24. What are your wildest fantasies?
#25. What’s your favorite animal to keep as a pet?
#26. What do you think about turtles?
Questions for Couples About Their Childhood
Your childhood is the time during which your personality and individuality develop. Getting to know more about your partner’s childhood could really help you understand each other better.
#27. Back when you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
#28. What was your best friend in school like?
#29. What was your favorite class in school?
#30. What sort of movies or TV shows did you grow up watching?
#31. Who was your role model when you were growing up?
#32. On a scale of 1 to 10, how great would you say your childhood was?
#33. What hurt you the most when you were just a kid?
#34. What was the dumbest thing you ever did as a kid?
#35. Which superhero did you admire the most growing up?
#36. Do you think we would have been best friends as kids?
#37. What were your favorite games that you enjoyed playing as a kid?
Questions for Couples About Their Future Goals and Dreams
Everyone has their own goals and dreams, and yet everyone also needs someone to come home to every day. Having a discussion about your partner’s goals and dreams will tell you what you need to do to be supportive.
#38. What kind of life do you want to be living when you grow old?
#39. How important is having kids to you?
#40. What’s your dream career?
#41. Which town do you want to settle down in?
#42. Is there a place for me in the future you want to have, and do you think I can be happy in it?
#43. What does your dream house look like?
#44. What are the top 5 things on your bucket list of things you want to do before you die?
#45. Are you planning to learn something new or pick up on some new skills in the near or distant future?
#46. Are you a big family or a small family kind of person?
Dare Questions for Couples
Some relationship matters may be taboo to talk about, but they matter greatly nonetheless. Question games for couples provide a more casual setting to clear the air.
#47. What’s your ideal body type for a partner?
#48. When would you want to introduce me to your parents?
#49. Do you want kids?
#50. Was I your first choice?
#51. If you could correct one of my flaws, what would you fix?
#52. What is a relationship dealbreaker for you?
#53. Would you see me differently if I accidentally farted in front of you?
#54. What turns you on the most?’
#55. How many people have you dated before me?
#56. Who was your first crush?
#57. Guess what I like about you the most?
#58. Can a boy and a girl be best friends if they’re not dating?
Deep Questions for Couples
Just a pro-tip, be mindful with these questions and save them for the end if it feels right.
#59. What’s your biggest fear in this relationship?
#60. Are anniversaries important to you?
#61. How important is it to have a partner?
#62. What are the responsibilities that we ought to share with one another?
#63. Would you still love me if I looked different?
#64. How would you define love?
#65. Can love ever be unconditional?
#66. What are the things that make you feel loved?
#67. Do you think it’s better to be monogamous or have more partners?
A Few Parting Words
Question games for couples can be both a romantic way to spend a date night as well as help you relax better by getting awkward questions off your chest for good. You may want to know many things about your partner, but there’s rarely a good moment to approach such questions. This game can be a big step towards a more honest and open relationship that lasts long.