If you know fun questions to ask your girlfriend, you'll be able to learn more about your new partner than just her favorite color. If you are in the early stages of a relationship and still getting to know your girlfriend, think outside the box to learn more about her and what she's all about.
What was your first impression of me?
You may be surprised at her response, as it could differ greatly from how she sees you now. Follow up, naturally, by sharing your first impression of her.
What is the worst nickname you've ever had?
It could be that the beautiful woman you're dating now was nicknamed Brace Face as a young girl.
What is the best advice you've ever been given?
Did she follow it or did she only realize it was good after the fact?
What is the wildest thing you've ever done?
Don't be surprised if your seemingly innocent girlfriend went crazy on a spring break in Cancun or faced down her fear of heights by going skydiving!
How would you define happiness?
If you're liking where your relationship is going, her answer to this question could prove very useful. You'll be armed with information you can put to use to help make her feel that way.
What are your biggest weaknesses? They could be personality traits, or things she gives into every time. If she lets you in on this secret, don't take advantage of it!
What is your favorite curse word?
Everyone has one. Sometimes the inspiration or rationale behind a favorite expletive doesn't make sense, but it's almost aways really funny.
What is your definition of cheating? Have you ever been cheated on?
It's good for you to know your boundaries so as to prevent breaking your sweetie's heart. If she has been cheated on before, this may help you understand if trust issues come up in the future.
Have you ever broken a bone?
Your girlfriend may have some interesting stories of how she was a daredevil or a klutz as a kid.
Are you a morning person? This could end up being vital information if you operate on opposite schedules.
If you could be transported anywhere in the world right now, where would it be? Maybe she has a favorite family vacation spot or a dream to visit a distant land that you can help her achieve.
What is your biggest inspiration?
It could be her high school coach or her favorite book. Find out what inspires her and then be her next motivation to do something great.
What are things you like to do alone?
Everyone likes alone time, so she'll appreciate the way you understand that it's not you, it's her need to focus on herself.
What is your biggest regret?
If it is something she dwells on, you can help her to overcome a past mistake and teach her to learn from it.
Who is your favorite family member?
She could have a wild great-aunt who could become your newest favorite person, too.
What are your biggest passions?
Passion is extremely important for a relationship to succeed. If you support her as she pursues her passions, she'll often transfer some of that passion onto you.
If you could pick one thing to improve about yourself, what would it be?
If it's something physical, you gain insight into about what she is self conscious. Whether physical or personality-based, knowing what easily bothers her can help you boost her confidence.
What do you believe to be the root of most problems in relationships?
There are a variety of answers to this question. Knowing her idea of why relationships fail can help you make sure yours lasts.
Do you have any bad habits?
What she sees as her worst habit might be your favorite quirk. If it does turn out to be annoying, though, you were warned early on.
What makes you laugh the hardest?
Laughter is a wonderful tension diffuser. Knowing how to get her to laugh will make her yours forever.
Conversation starters are great when you're feeling at a loss for words. Having some interesting questions or leading remarks tucked away helps make sure you never have one of those terrible, silent dates.
Couples conversation starters can allow a longtime pair a chance to reconnect through playful banter or reflection, therefore keeping the spice alive.