Kids asking each other out dating
I’ve rounded up A TON (1,831) of questions for you to ask your partner (not all at once. I’ve been trying to not assume I know how Aaron is going to answer because it’s so easy to do that after you’ve been with someone for awhile.That way it keeps me open-minded and he’s allowed to change, grow, evolve, and maybe even surprise me sometimes.Questions like these - as well as a couple of serious ones - are good to have in mind on dates because they keep the conversation lighthearted, keep it moving, and most importantly, they keep it fun.
You should be willing to answer questions too, just to keep things fair.It's also fun to ask questions that compare where someone thought they would be at this age to where they actually are now.You could set this up as a game and ask each other as many "favorites" type questions as possible within an allotted amount of time. These children were asked how they were different from one another.Their responses might just bring a tear to your eye!