100 dating questions to ask
Would you prefer your mind to be a steel trap or a problem-solving machine? Do you prefer to explore the world digitally or in person?
This question seems silly, but it shines some light into what’s important to the other person.
Here’s another question that gauges a person’s adventurousness.
Their eagerness (or lack thereof) to leave behind everything they know could be telling.
This is similar to #72 but adds a fun twist: If you could bring any fictional character into YOUR world, who would it be?
By asking them to choose between the city and the woods, you’re forcing them to decide between two stark opposites: the hustle and bustle of the city or calm and tranquility of the woods.
This question lets you flex your creativity muscles, and it’s sure to bring some laughs.
We all remember that special teacher that either pushed us harder than the rest, or inspired us through their support and kindness.
The “how did they” part of the question will help you to understand how the person is best motivated to succeed (by pushing them or through support). Your TV watching habits reveal a bit about your type of humor, your penchant for action, your attention to detail, or your lack thereof.
The people you surround yourself with say a lot about you – even in a hypothetical scenario. The type of music a person listens to can tell you a lot about them. Note: If you don’t like talking about politics, avoid this question! It provides insight into the biggest unanswered question they have about their past, present, or future.
What’s more important to you – immediate fame and glory or the pursuit of knowledge and the progression of society? With this question, you’ll learn about their musical tastes and idols. Boiling down one’s essence into a specific animal is a great way to understand how people see themselves. Their answer will tell you exactly what’s most important to them.