20 Questions To Ask Your Significant Other
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20 Questions To Ask Your Significant Other

Whether you're shacked up or doing it "long distance" during quarantine, take the opportunity to get to know your significant other on a deeper level.

1. What would you consider a perfect day?
2. Do you have a secret 'hunch' about how you will die?
3. What do you value most in a friendship?
4. What was the most embarrassing moment in your life?
5. What is something that is 'too serious' to joke about?
6. If you could wake up tomorrow and be an expert at anything, what would it be?
7. What is your dream car?
8. If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
9. If you could ask a crystal ball anything about your future, what would it be?
10. What is something you'll NEVER do again?
11. Do you usually follow your head or your heart? Which has led to the best decisions?
12. What is your greatest strength? How is it also your greatest weakness?
13. Is it okay to keep a secret? Why? Why not?
14. If you could be quarantined with anyone in the world, who would it be?
15. When you imagine your "future", what age do you imagine?
16. How many minutes do you spend on the toilet every day? (my boyfriend thoughtfully suggested this one)
17. How do you want to be remembered after you die?
18. What should a healthy relationship teach you?
19. What, in your life, has been the biggest blessing in surprise?
20. What is the first thing you will do when this quarantine is over?

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