” Some of the answers are pretty weird, but they’re great ideas, bound to inspire any couple!
Yesterday someone asked the question, “Couples of reddit, what are some of the NON sexual things you do together to keep life interesting and new?
Using the questions below, you can find out a little more about your partner and vice versa. Is there a belief or attitude that seems to interfere with creating or pursuing a big dream? What are a couple of things that you appreciate about our relationship and why do these things seem significant? In what situations do you feel most afraid or insecure? What would you like to do outdoors that you have not done before?
Interestingly these are the kinds of questions couples often ask each other in the early stage of a relationship.
But as time hurtles forward, these great questions get neglected and then abandoned.
And I’ll bet he likes to eat out of the trash and only showers once a month.
I imagine the person who proposed this question, and who is actively looking for a partner in life, feels that the answer here is yes.
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Have fun with them - there are a couple of silly curveball questions. Name a singer that you can’t stand the sound of Coke or Pepsi?
Nobody said this has to be a really serious process did they? What was your best Halloween costume for Halloween?
If any match for me suggests we do hot yoga on a date, I’m going to assume this was posed by you. But this question seems to suggest that an OKCupid member feels that if you can’t spell onomatopoeia, you probably don’t earn enough money to afford a night out. I don’t want to know any "freegans" (those who eat food that's been thrown away), and I hope you don’t stumble across them on OKCupid.
I know the economy has hit some of us hard, but I’d rather sidle up to a soup kitchen line before Dumpster diving for my dinner. The site claims that its questions should apply to anyone.
I have to think that the person asking this question is looking for someone who answers “Yes, it would,” not “No, it wouldn’t.” And that, quite simply, is terrifying. Both options, I think most normal people would agree, are terrible.