Don't sleep on, "so, what are your hobbies?"
I don’t care how well you think you know the person you’re currently seeing, there’s always something new you have yet to discover about them. Maybe it has something to do with their passions. Maybe it has something to do with exactly why they’re so obsessed with The Office.
Whatever the case, you should have some solid Qs lined up to ask both during and before jumping head-on into a new relationship. After all, you probably already have a solid list of first date questions, why let it stop there?
You see, some questions could reveal vital information that may determine just how compatible you really are. And considering you already have some Qs to ask your crush, you also need some for when it’s… well, not just a crush anymore.
To help, we’ve already curated a list of essential questions you should absolutely know about your partner as you progress your relationship—both emotionally and physically. Trust, these are an absolute game changer.
Before anyone’s feelings can get hurt, for the love of Cardi B, please ask them what they’re looking for.
The answer is yes, you absolutely must take the test to find out if you don’t already know.
Like, what do you do during the hours of the day when you’re not swiping on dating apps?
You know, just in case I plan on moving to Canada any time soon.
No scorpios please. Just kidding. Kind of.
(Please, no hiking).
Gender roles and societal binaries continue are shifting, ya’ll.
Besides watching Netflix…
Again, besides watching Netflix.
This may seem like a total “duh” moment for some, but seriously, ask it.
Like, how many bottles of wine should I bring over when I meet them for the first time?
An obvious, but necessary Q.
Once a week? Every day? Every time I eat a chicken nugget that reminds me of you?
This question is a must for honest communication about STIs.
Condoms, condoms, condoms, my friends.
We all know some of our favourite kinks, wouldn’t it make things easier if our partners did too?
This is a sure-fire way to establish mutual trust and understanding.
The only way to have clarity is to ask.
Highly encourage you to establish who will be the lil spoon.
Like, are we only here to have sex?
And, hey, if your favourites don’t line up, this is a perfect time to see how well each of you handles compromise.
You either love 69ing or hate it, there is seldom an in-between.
If a sex toy is necessary for you to achieve orgasm, this would be the time to tell your partner.
More specifically: How do you feel about oral sex?
Just for future reference, you know.
Imagine how much hurt people would save themselves from if they clarified whether their Lil tryst was for one night only or indefinitely available.
Some people like to get down and dirty quickly, others like to set the mood.
Sometimes it’s for comfort, sometimes it’s because it’s flavoured, and other times, it’s because it just makes sex a whole lot more enjoyable.
*Taylor Swift Voice* Don’t call me “baby.”
This is a total deal-breaker for some.
Let’s make sure no one feels neglected or smothered.
And maybe throw in a question about polyamory, too, for a temperature check.
If you know it’s going to piss you off if you see the “Like”-ing or commenting on someone’s Instagram picture, tell them.
Everyone has a different definition of cheating. It’s best to establish what the line is.
Some people believe in it, some people don’t. You’ll want to know whether you’re on the same page.
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