Let’s face it, we’ve all been confronted with situations in which we really wanted to get to know someone but had no idea how. On one hand, there is this person you really would like to learn more about.We’ve all sat in front of someone we found interesting but did not know how to break the ice. Perhaps it’s even a person that you find interesting. To be precise, you don’t even know how to get the conversation going.Recently I saw this article on The New York Times called To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This.It is a super interesting article that talks about how over 20 years ago psychologist Arthur Aron got two strangers to fall in love.Over the last ten or so years, the internet has given us immediate access to answers, so many of the questions that once set our minds on fire with curiosity are answered at the click of a button. Perhaps our childhood curiosity has been tamed by institutional beliefs and societal expectations.Maybe it's been tempered by the instantaneous access to information online.
No other animal spends as much time or energy seeking answers simply for the sake of knowledge. You only get 3 words to describe yourself – what are they? Which is better to listen to – your heart or your brain? Click here to take our quick (and shockingly accurate) “Does He Like You” Quiz right now and find out if he likes you… What kind of extra-curricular activities did you do for fun in high school? It all starts by asking each other a series of 36 questions (The 36 Questions That Lead to Love).The questions start out broad and then one-by-one get increasingly more intimate.This whole thing got me wondering, “Can you replicate what these people did even if you’re already in a relationship?” What if you just ask your partner all the questions right there in your living room?We’ve come up with 20 fun questions to ask a guy that you can use with your husband.To get started, you can pour him his favorite drink, slide over his favorite snack, and ask away. No matter if you’re dating, meeting new people, or connecting with your co-workers, it’s always helpful to have a couple of deep questions at hand that aid you in getting to know the person you are talking to.However, asking the right questions that make others reveal (intimate) details about themselves is an art in itself.