Questions to get to know - to friends, partners, parents, or children
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Questions to get to know - to friends, partners, parents, or children

Winter drags on like chewing gum and the lockdown seems endless. But have you ever thought that spending a lot of time at home is currently the best time to get to know your loved ones better?

Questions to get to know - to friends, partners, parents, or children

In-depth conversations can also be carried out using Zoom, for example. Do you need help and want to ask good questions that you may never have asked each other? Then you are exactly right here. We have collected amusing, profound, and everyday questions to get to know, which you can ask your closest friends or new people in a sociable group on Zoom or during an evening for two - and which will certainly delay the end of an exciting night. We have divided the questions into the following categories:

• Questions to the partner

• Questions to friends

• Questions to parents

• Questions to children

Interesting questions for the partner

• What is your fondest memory?

• Who would you like to have a long dinner with?

• What was the most criminal thing you ever did?

• What do you like most about yourself?

• What would be a perfect day for you

• When would you have wanted to turn my neck?

• In what state do you never want to see me?

• Would you like to be famous

• Why did you skip school earlier?

• Are you trying to learn something new right now? If yes, what?

• What was the best concert you have ever attended?

• If there was one ability or quality you could wish for, what would it be?

• What question about your future would you like an answer to?

• Would I rather put my head in the residual waste or in the organic waste?

• If you were to die tonight, what thing would you have to say to whom first?

• What is my favorite drink?

• What role does financial security play for you?

• Up to what age did you believe in Santa Claus?

• When was the last time you did nothing in a day?

• What am I sad about sometimes?

• Are you dependent on your mobile phone?

• What was the most exciting place you've had sex so far?

• What would you do if you didn't have to work?

• What belongs in a good picnic basket?

Questions to a good friend:

• What are you especially grateful for in your life?

• Do you take shampoo and shower gel with you from hotel rooms?

• Do you have a vivid childhood memory? If yes, which?

• How do you make me happy

• What conspiracy theory do you believe in?

• What three things do we have in common?

• Are you, patient,

• What do you spend most of your money on?

• What role does your relationship with your mother play for you?

• In what way are you like your mother?

• How important is warmth in the family to you?

• What does the perfect breakfast look like for you?

• Which of my qualities could make you fall in love with me?

• What would you have to do to make me hate you?

• What vice do you have

• Do you always want to win?

• What the wrong impression do strangers often have of you?

• Which traits would you like to change in yourself?

• Who gives you the best advice?

• Which vacation do you think back to with sadness?

• Do you often buy flowers?

• When did I absolutely misbehave?

• Which three points are particularly important to you in a friendship?

• What do you do first thing in the morning?

Questions to your parents:

• Do you have nicknames If yes, which?

• What does friendship mean to you?

• How was your first kiss

• Do you care what others think of you?

• What is your fondest memory?

• How often do you see your friends?

• What does friendship mean to you?

• Which films do you love so much that you can watch them over and over again?

• What shouldn't you be joking about?

• What is your breakfast made of?

• Do you think I'll stay the way I am forever?

• Do you like fancy dress parties?

• Who do you get along with best?

• Which store do you like to go to?

• Why do you have the hairstyle that you wear now?

• What three things can you not do without?

• Name three terms that best describe the feeling of Christmas for you.

• Are you stubborn

• How does lovesickness feel to you?

• When was the last time you did something for the first time?

• Have you ever been on tv?

Questions to your children:

• Do you want to get married someday?

• If you were an animal, which one would you be?

• Have you ever committed a crime?

• Would you like to take dance lessons?

• What is your favorite Disney movie?

• What jokes can you laugh out loud at?

• What is happiness for you?

• Am I sunshine or a grouch?

• Can you keep secrets to yourself

• What dream do you have

• What is your favorite YouTube channel?

• If you were to become self-employed, what would you do?

• What are you most afraid of?

• Do you let me know when I'm old and ugly?

• If you could choose your superpower, what would it be?

• When was the last time we were happy together?

• How important is appearance to you?

• Which season is most likely to suit your type?

• Which word do I use too often?

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